Overcoming Erectile Dysfunction
When the relationship goes beyond the first few meetings and culminates into something that is more fulfilling for both, you and the woman in your life, the biological needs of both surfaces.
This development involves another set of rules and likes and dislikes.
On the more personal front, you would be required to behave in a certain manner and if in such a situation, you are unable to live up to her expectations and satisfy the urge for sex, it culminates in frustration, disappointment and in the case of married couples, even divorce!
Erectile dysfunction is also refered to as ‘ED’ or male impotence.
It is basically the inability of a man to initiate or maintain the desired erection of the penis, before and during the act of making love. There are various clinical causes for the condition, such as heart problems and diabetes.
However, the condition is treatable and there's no need for immediate alarm, just planning and getting the right treatment.
Psychologically, erection is a hydraulic biological mechanism. It is initiated when blood enters and is retained in the penis. The psychological implications involves the failure to get the desired erection or penetration due to thoughts, tension and felings otherwise. Usually this leads to performance anxiety which further leads to erection problems.
Whatever the reason, erectile dysfunction can have devastating psychological consequences like the feeling of shame, inadequacy and loss.
This of course is further triggered by the man's inability to discuss the matter.
With the introduction of pharmacological remedies such as Viagra have helped millions around the world.
You need to simply discuss the problem with your doctor and work on following their advice.
Precaution and trust go a long way. If the cause of the condition is a medical implication, you need to take your spouse into confidence.
In this way half the battle is won. Her genuine love and care and the medical assistance are sure to help.