Actually, the opposite is more likely to be true; there's nothing about a CPAP that should cause erectile dysfunction, but using it to address sleep apnea issues can result in a healthier, more rested man who in turn may perform in a more positive manner sexually. On a separate note, remember to use a quality penis nutrient cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) to maintain proper penis health. A cream that includes acetyl L carnitine can also help with penis sensitivity issues.View Thread
There are a couple of approaches to try, and recommend using them both: (1) take the time to recreate the feeling of your wife's vagina externally (either using your hands or materials that remind you of the texture and tightness of her vagina). Masturbate in this way, paying attention to how you need to alter your own positions in order to maintain stimulation. At the same time, (2) regularly use a top drawer penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) and make sure it includes acetyl Lcarnitine. This ingredient is neuroprotective and for many men can help with issues related to penis sensitivity. Good luck — I hope these help!View Thread
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