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Ways of Addressing Erectile Dysfunction in a Relationship

by John Isner Business Leader

Erectile dysfunction is a condition that a lot of men suffer from with the larger percentage being unaware of it. It is a condition that can be very devastating to a man but in the case of a relationship, the feeling spreads even to the woman. This is because if a man does not know of his condition or refuses to seek help, it can make sex very difficult to enjoy.

As much as impotence does not directly affect a woman, it is important to assist your partner through the process of getting help. In this way, you are able to lead a normal sexual life with no worries. So how can you help your partner with erectile dysfunction?

Talk to him about it

This is very important especially if he does not know it or refuses to acknowledge it. By starting the conversation, it will give him a sense of security and trust which is very important when dealing with impotence. Assure him that you will give your undivided support and even offer to take him to get checked.

Seeking treatment

You need to understand the root cause of the problem so that you may know how to make it better. This means going to the doctor who will be in a position to conduct tests and give the best cause of action. By doing this both of you will get a better understanding of the condition and how to maintain your relationship.

Broaden your view about sex

As much as there are drugs that help with impotence, the problem will still be there hence the need to look for other ways to be intimate. The goal here is to take focus away from the penis and think of new ways to enjoy intimacy without really having intercourse. You may also consider getting the LELO Ina 2 which you can use alone or have him use it on you. Remember that a man can have an orgasm even without an erection; it will only require that you expand your approach to sex.

Attending couples therapy

While the condition is mostly physical, there are emotional aspects to it that may hinder progress. Therapy is a great way to address the emotional issues for both parties which leads to a healthy sex life.

Handling impotence together is easier and better for everyone. It is possible to have a healthy and normal sex life with a man that is impotent as long as you are able to think out of the box and give a little support.


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