How to make love to a man with erectile dysfunction?

By Justin Gomez
Updated 2024-04-10 04:52:03 | Published 2018-12-14 06:46:00
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A man with erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction, often referred to as problems with potency, poses significant challenges for men, potentially leading to self-doubt, complexes, and even depression. Despite affecting a man's self-esteem and ability to sexually satisfy his partner, it's crucial to remember that 95% of erectile dysfunction cases are treatable.

The causes of erectile dysfunction are diverse and can be categorized into two primary groups: physiological and psychological. Physiological causes include conditions such as diabetes, poor circulation, nervous system disorders, hormonal imbalances, excessive exercise, and unhealthy diets. Psychological factors may involve diminished emotional intimacy between partners, waning feelings, lack of sexual novelty, and unaddressed stress. If a medical condition is identified as the root cause, ensure that your partner follows professional advice.

If psychological discomfort underlies erectile dysfunction, consider the recommendations provided in this article.

What to Avoid:

  • Encourage your partner to consult a specialist before using natural remedies or medications for treatment.
  • Advise against taking sedatives, antispasmodics, diuretics, or flu and cold medications without consulting a doctor, as these can affect blood circulation and potentially worsen the situation.
  • Discourage the use of over-the-counter erection-enhancing drugs and devices, as they can be dangerous.
  • Encourage your partner to reduce or quit alcohol and cigarette consumption.

As a woman, it's essential not to ignore your loved one's problem or dismiss it with phrases like, “So what? I like you without sex.” Avoid panicking, showing excessive persistence, or intimidating your partner. Refrain from blaming yourself or discussing the issue with others.

Here are some suggestions for women whose partners experience erectile dysfunction:

  1. Show sensitivity: Jokes and taunts can exacerbate the situation, so approach the topic with care.
  2. Offer reassurance: Remind your partner that 70% of potency issues stem from physiological causes, often related to common health problems, and that 95% of cases are treatable.
  3. Choose the right moment: Avoid discussing the issue immediately after an unsuccessful sexual encounter; consider waiting a few days or weeks to broach the subject.
  4. View the problem as a shared challenge: Approach male impotence as a common task to be solved together.
  5. Explore alternative intimacy: If an erection isn't possible, continue experimenting and discovering other ways to maintain closeness.
  6. Maintain emotional communication: Ensure your partner doesn't feel abandoned by keeping the lines of communication open.

In conclusion, navigating erectile dysfunction requires empathy, understanding, and open communication. By following these guidelines, women can support their partners through this challenging time and work towards a solution together.

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    • It is the inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient to perform sexual intercourse. It is one of the most common sexual disorders in men.

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