Erectile dysfunction impacts more than one person in any relationship!
For any man involved in a serious relationship, erectile dysfunction, or ED, isn’t only a one-sided issue. While the physical problem obviously only effects the man suffering from the condition, the emotional and other stress it can cause, can, and does impact couples in many ways.
The thing is, particularly in the case of heterosexual relationships, if your partner can develop a better understanding of the condition, she can be very instrumental in improving your sex life for the both of you!
Common Erectile Dysfunction Misconceptions
When I speak to women involved in a relationship with a guy with ED, one of the first things they always so is, I thought my guy was “too young” to have ED. So, when younger guys, around 35 or so, have some trouble in the bedroom, their partner tends to blame themselves, or they immediately suspect something is seriously wrong with their man, or their relationship.
However, in reality, we now know that erectile difficulties are very common, even in men under 40. About 25% of males reporting problems with ED are between 35 and 40, and those numbers are probably higher, as most “younger” guys with ED, are even more embarrassed to speak to their doctors about it.
The other big misconception that many women have when it comes to ED, is that the problem has less to do with something “physically,” wrong, than it does with problems in the relationship. They tend to think that if their man is having sexual wellness issues, there must be a relationship issue, such as her man no longer finds her sexually exciting. Of course, stress and other emotional factors can lead to “trouble in the bedroom.” However, usually there is an underlying health problem responsible for bouts of ED.
Once a person who is in a relationship with a man with ED understand that the problem is not all in his head, then you can move in a direction to improve your sex life and your relationship together!
What Can a Partner Do to Help a Man With ED?
If your partner is having sexual wellness issues, do not let him ignore it. It will never “go away on its own.” More importantly, the root cause of most cases of ED involve reduced blood flow to the penis. Hypertension, diabetes, or cardiovascular disease are just some of the disorders that could restrict blood flow, and lead to ED.
ED may indicate that your partner may be suffering from one or more of these related conditions. So make sure anyone with ED seeks medical help.
If you can encourage your partner to see a doctor, make sure it is someone who understands male sexual wellness, and is up on all of the alternative treatments now available for ED and/or male enhancement.
When most doctors see a man with ED, pretty much all they will do is write a prescription for Viagra, or some other oral ED drug. You and your partner need to know that there are many newer, and in some cases, more effective, drug-free treatments for ED, now available
The Latest Erectile Dysfunction Treatments
Both parties in a sexual active relationship often also think erectile dysfunction has something to do with penis size. While there is no correlation between penis size, and the ability to maintain or achieve an erection, we do now offer some remarkable treatments that can not only help treat ED, they can also increase penis size.
One such treatment is the P-shot. The P-shot, also known as the Priapus shot, uses Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP. PRP uses the healing and growth factors in a man’s own blood to produce increased blood flow to the penis, as well as stimulate the rejuvenation of erectile tissue.
Thanks to those two effects, the P-shot is one of the only proven medical procedures that can deliver both a solution for erectile dysfunction, as well as increases in penis size. Men who have gotten the P-shot report increases in penis size as much as 1 inch, in a single pain free visit. You simply cannot get the same results with any other non-surgical male enhancement procedure.
Even men without ED, have used the P-shot to improve their sexual relationships, as it provides longer, stronger, and easier to sustain erections.