Having problem Discussing Erectile Dysfunction with Your Partner?

by in General Health May 29, 2023

One of the most frustrating and distressing things for men who suffer from erectile dysfunction(ED) or impotence is to find a way to talk about ED with their partner. It is difficult for them because of its sensitive nature, and a lot will depend on the type of relationship you have with your partner. Here are a few tips to help make discussing this problem with your partner a little easier.

1. It is important to research and get yourself informed about erectile dysfunction and the causes of erectile dysfunction. You need to know as much as possible about this condition so that you are able to explain it to them.

2. Be brave and tell your partners about the problem you are facing, chances are that they already know that something is wrong. Explain it in detail to them and share the information that you have collected about erectile dysfunction and its causes, so that they are aware about it being a medical condition.

3. Identify a qualified sexologist who can help you with treating erectile dysfunction, make your appointment and make sure that your partner accompanies you for the consultation, if you go for an online consultation be sure to involve them in the process as well. This will ensure that both partners take active interest in solving this problem and the whole process becomes that much easy.

4. Just because you are having problems maintaining an erection does not mean that you can’t satisfy your partner sexually, discuss other alternatives like foreplay and oral sex and be active sexually till the time you don’t recover from ED.

5. Don’t play the blame game, erectile dysfunction is a medical condition and in some cases it can be a psychological issue. Neither you nor your partner is to be blamed for it.

The key is in communicating openly and honestly with your partner. Involve her in the whole process and ask for their support and understanding. Erectile dysfunction is something that has to face together and you have to have trust and faith in your partner as their support is crucial for your recovery. Having the first conversation is the toughest, once you have done that, you will realize that they appreciate you being honest about it and they will help you get over it.

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