Our expert says:
I am not familiar with the medication you mention and therefor cannot comment on it's effectiveness. You mention though that you suffer from ED. This may indicate that you suffer from a medical condition eg Heart disease or diabetes. I would urge you to go and see your doctor for a check up to exclude a medical condition which may be causing the ED.
If all is well on the physical front, it is likely that the difficulty is explained by a psychological block - e.g. fear of sexual failure/poor performance (e.g. losing erection, ejaculating too quickly, partner is not orgasmic or has pain during sex); anger at partner. Psychological factors like this essentially block the normal working of the sexual response and can be addressed through couple work with an experienced professional.
There are treatment options for ED - both pharmaceutical and psychosexual - why not consider some of these option together to see how this can be addressed.
As a first recommendation - have a physical check up by GP and tell him/her about your erection difficulties. If you gets the all clear, then both of you go to see a health professional with experience in this area.
For further information please consult SASHA’s website at www.sexualhealth.qw.co.za/dru. For referral to a professional in your vicinity, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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