Although it may seem personal, you should not blame yourself for your partner’s erectile dysfunction. It usually has a combination of causes, and according to experts, you’re probably not one of them. The person you’re having sex with is rarely the source of erectile dysfunction.
In older men, blood vessel problems are the main reason for erectile dysfunction. Because the blood vessels of the penis are smaller than those of the heart, heart disease can first appear in the penis. In younger men, the problem is more often psychological. Stress, depression, and performance anxiety, especially in a new sexual situation, can be the cause. Medications, especially beta-blockers for high blood pressure and certain antidepressants, can also cause erection problems.
In most of these cases, ED medications like Fildena 150, Cenforce 150, Vidalista 60, Kamagra, and Viagra can help. They work, they have few side effects, and they’re not addictive. If pills don’t do the trick, there are other options, including vacuum pumps, injections that the man gives themselves, and implanted devices. If you have heart disease, though, these medications may not be right for you.
In some cases, frequent masturbation may cause a man to be unable to perform with a partner.
If your partner’s problem is low testosterone, testosterone therapy can lead to dramatic improvement.
What You Can Do?
These six suggestions can make it easier to cope with your partner’s ED.
- Try something new
Very often a big, big first step is just enhancing arousal. This can mean ramping up foreplay, reading or watching something sexy together, or coming up with a suggestion for something you haven’t tried before.
- Take the pressure off
Take the emphasis off the penis and try something else for a little bit of time. That can include oral sex, sex toys, and a vibrator. Try putting his hand on the vibrator and showing him exactly what feels good.
- Have a conversation
Start with your own feelings about the situation, and be empathetic.
- Go with your guy to the doctor
The patients who are the most successful are those where the sexual partner is a true partner. If the woman can come in, that’s a huge help.
- Have patience with pills
These drugs work, but erections don’t happen on command.