Posted by: Anonymous | 2009-04-29

Erectile dysfuntion

Hi. I have recently been experiencing erectile dysfunction during sex and believe it to be a psychological block as I do not often experience this on my own. Is there any medication you can suggest to prevent this anxiety?

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erectile dysfunction during intercourse could very well be related to psychological stressors but on the other hand it is important to rule out medical causes eg. diabetes, hypertension etc ( depending on your age and associated risk factors). i would advise having a medical checkup by your gp to exclude such causes. if all is clear, it might be more advisable to address the psychological stressor (with a counsellor or sexologist ) first before resorting to medication to relieve the anxiety.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009-05-13

Thanks CV. I do use that and it does work wonders. Makes me a bit high though. haha. But I also want to know that if my wife surprises me that I am ready and this makes it sometimes impractical to take the super pill. I can always get an erection but it sometimes fades after 10 or 15 mins which is disappointing for both of us....

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Posted by: CV | 2009-05-07

Try the " MENS SUPER PILL"  available at most adult shops. Works like a BOMB.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009-05-02

I also have recently experienced ED, but mostly maintaining an erection. I am 33 so this is rather odd. Also had delayed ejaculation start recently so a rather bad combination! My wife and I separated for about last year or so and back together now. These issues all started while we were apart and I dont have any of the physiological factors affecting me. How do I go about sorting this out? Thanks!

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