Women Discussing Erectile Dysfunction
Below are some interesting excerpts from REDDIT. Women were asked about their feelings on sexual issues. These issues included erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, and their effect on relationships.
Here is the question asked: “Would you love and respect a man with erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation problems, if he wasn’t rich and good-looking?”
Here are some of the answers:
Answer number one – “If I started dating a guy, and I really liked him, and I found out that he had ED/PE, I wouldn’t stop dating him and it wouldn’t make me think less of him or change my feelings. But I would encourage him to talk to his doctor and see about methods to help with his problem.”
Answer number two – “Sex is important to me, so I wouldn’t be able to be with a guy who suffered persistently with those problems. I don’t see what ‘rich’ has to do with that though. People should be attracted to their significant others.”
Answer number three – “I’d never say anything, but I’d be pretty disappointed. If I wasn’t overly interested in you to begin with it would be a deal breaker. Intercourse is my favorite part of sex, and the longer the better.”
Clearly, some partners are very understanding when it comes to sexual dysfunction. But why take a chance, when help exists?
Why risk damage to a relationship, possibly even losing your wife or partner, by not addressing a problem that is easily treated?
And even if your relationship is safe and strong why go through life battling feelings of embarrassment, shame, or inadequacy?
WHY SHOULD YOU AND YOUR PARTNER NOT BE HAPPY, AND LIVING LIFE TO THE FULLEST, GETTING THE MOST OUT OF EVERY INTIMATE MOMENT YOUR ARE FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO SHARE?
If you’re suffering from erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation so is your partner. If your relationship is at risk, get help before matters get worse.
Come see the doctors at American Male Medical – we CAN help!