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 Jayne0927
Joined: 11/1/2010
Msg: 622
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No. I have been with a man for over three years. He has prostate cancer but will do nothing about it. As he says he's "going to the grave with it". In the beginning it was absolutely fantastic. He was very well endowed and sex was wonderful. After a prostate biopsy he couldn't maintain an erection, even with Cialis. Now we don't have sex anymore. He tries with the drug but after so much uh, stimilation, he seems ready but it just goes soft. I still care about him though he can be very callous, but our sex life is over. What do I do?
 arwen52
Joined: 3/13/2008
Msg: 623
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Erectile Dysfunction
Posted: 3/26/2012 7:30:12 PM
After hardly encountering it at all, in the last two years I'm finding a large percentage of the men I encounter have ED. I'm getting a complex. Even the younger ones. I think there's a number of reasons. Some of the guys, it's age, though I've had an occasional lover in his 60s who does not have that problem. A lot of the guys are on antidepressants or haven't been with a woman in years. It's frustrating.


I still care about him though he can be very callous, but our sex life is over. What do I do?

Ask him to get a strap-on? And if he won't, tell him you're going to take a lover?
 TheRooster61
Joined: 3/27/2012
Msg: 624
ED over 45
Posted: 4/4/2012 1:28:58 PM
ED is not due to infrequent sex. There are many causes for this issue. Low testosterone, complications from diabetes, other circulatory ailments and conditions etc. What is important is that men who have the condition be upfront and honest about it with themselves and with their potential or actual partners. Even without full performance, or any performance, if you know your partner and take her needs and feelings into 1st priority, there are plenty of ways for both partners to have a satisfying sexual relationship.
mr. happy. pe you shouldn't have a "school of thought" on this issue if you've never experienced it. Your ideas only breed mis information about the issue. Get some education on the subject and be grateful that you havent experienced ED..
 goonerguy
Joined: 6/27/2007
Msg: 625
Erectile Dysfunction
Posted: 4/5/2012 6:03:02 PM
Sex is a physical activity and like all physical activities, you have to be in shape. If you are over weight, don't exercise, and expect to be able to enjoy sex, you are living in a dream world and no pill will ever help you.
 BlondeBeauty223
Joined: 3/20/2012
Msg: 626
Erectile Dysfunction
Posted: 4/9/2012 10:51:06 AM
I've run into this problem on more occasions than I thought I would. I would say that 85% of the men I've dated in the last year had this problem. What really bothered me was that it wasn't mentioned before we got the the point in the relationship where we were intimate; I understand it's a sensative subject, but before I spent weeks/months getting to know the man I would have liked a heads up to the problem. I'm still a young, passionate woman who needs that physical contact with a man so this is EXTREMELY important to me.

I was told by these men that we could do other "things" to satisfy me. After trying I say "no thanks" because I can take care of myself better than anyone else can. Guess I'm a D*** girl!
 Welsh474
Joined: 9/13/2010
Msg: 627
Erectile Dysfunction
Posted: 4/9/2012 1:12:36 PM
"I've run into this problem on more occasions than I thought I would. I would say that 85% of the men I've dated in the last year had this problem." So, back with a new name and same old message.

What makes me wonder is how many exactly is 85%. So, 85% of the 3 men you dated? 85% of the 25 men you dated? How many guys have you dated in the last year? And getting to the intimate stage with all of them?? Really.

Have you considered what the common denominator is?
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