Our expert says:
Whew, it looks like you have a number of concerns. I will try to address those which are more professionally related and will leave your questions for the broader male population to respond to.
First and foremost, if have man experiences problems with his erection he can have a number of responses (one would be avoiding sex to avoid the shame he might feel, another might be constantly trying to 'test' himself by initiating sex to check that he can still 'function'). Ultimately, however, he must please have a physical check up with a doctor as he could be having an early warning sign of a significant health problem (e.g. cardiovascular disease).
In response to women and affairs - not a question but part of your statement: you are correct that more women are having affairs (or at least more women are admitting to it that was previously the case, such that the percentage of women is now similar to the percentage of men having affairs. I would, however, like to clarify that not all women have affairs because of hurt; this may be true for some but not all women having affairs.
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