How to turn on a man with erectile dysfunction?

By Leonard Butler
Updated 2024-04-07 16:01:38 | Published 2018-12-20 04:37:29
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How to turn on a man with erectile dysfunction?

In the past, the term “impotence” was broadly applied to men experiencing a decrease in the duration and strength of their erections. However, long-term medical practice has revealed that most of these men still have erections, albeit not strong enough for satisfactory sexual intercourse. Consequently, the term “erectile dysfunction” is now preferred, with impotence representing the extreme end of this spectrum.

Modern medical statistics indicate that physiological causes of erectile problems are relatively rare. In fact, over 70% of men's potency issues have a psychological basis, with a man's self-doubt often at the root of the problem. In these cases, a woman's role is pivotal, as a man's confidence or uncertainty often hinges on the woman by his side.

Erectile dysfunction is not a tragedy and can be treated, but moral support is as vital as medication and specialist consultations. Anything that exacerbates a man's self-doubt should be avoided. Women should refrain from making jokes, cutting remarks, or showing disappointment or annoyance. Instead, a woman's mission is to express her ongoing love and need for her partner, helping him maintain his self-esteem and role within the family.

Often, boredom or monotony in intimate life, passivity, or a lack of interest from the woman can contribute to erectile dysfunction. Some women believe that men should solely bear the responsibility for exciting sex. In reality, a woman who takes the initiative and enjoys sexual intimacy can be incredibly inspiring for her partner. In such cases, even if most attempts at sex are unsuccessful, a man can still feel loved and desired.

Women should not take their partner's bad mood due to potency problems personally. Arguments only add stress, hindering treatment and negatively affecting both partners' moods. Instead, women should strive to strengthen emotional intimacy with their partners through attention, hugs, kisses, and touch. Tactile intimacy is as important for men as it is for women.

However, it's essential to recognize that some erectile problems do not depend on the man or his partner, such as endocrine system diseases, insufficient gonad secretion, low testosterone levels, or basophilic adenoma. In these cases, treating the underlying physical condition should be the priority, with sensual life adjustments made once the man feels physically healthier.

In conclusion, understanding the role of women in overcoming erectile dysfunction can significantly improve the healing process. By providing support, understanding, and intimacy, women can help their partners navigate this challenging time. As always, consult with a healthcare provider for personalized advice and guidance.

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  • Erectile Dysfunction
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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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    • Men’s health is the basis not only of the family happiness but also of the welfare of the state and the community. It is very important to know what to do in order not to get weak in the intimate sphere and how to maintain the reproductive ability.

  1. 13.06.2019 09:55

    Women should understand how humiliating is that to face an erectile dysfunction for men. Same as for woman – to lose an ability to have kids. With the man it is more complicated, so if you are in this situation- try to help your man, do not talk about this issue, be more active in the bed when it needed. Just my advises.