Common Male Sexual Problems

Male Sexual Problems : Impotence & Premature Ejaculation

IMPOTENCE

  • Erectile Dysfunction Erectile Dysfunction (e.g. Impotence): if, for the last three months, you have experienced an inability to attain / sustain an erection sufficient for a satisfactory sexual experience and it bothers you (or your partner) then you meet the definition of having “An Erectile Dysfunction.”
  • Treatment For Getting Or Maintaining An Erection If you do not have any medical issues that are causing you a problem with getting or maintaining an erection, sex therapy can be an effective treatment.
  • Anger About Partners Loss of Erection What to Do When Your Partner Loses an Erection: When Getting Angry is OK.
  • Impotence Erectile Dysfunction (e.g. Impotence) If, for the last three months, you have experienced an inability to attain / sustain an erection sufficient for a satisfactory sexual experience and it bothers you (or your partner) then you meet the definition of having “An Erectile Dysfunction.”  The term erectile dysfunction (ED), is frequently used by professionals because […]
  • Anger About Partners Loss of Erection What to Do When Your Partner Loses an Erection: When Getting Angry is OK
  • Relying On Porn and Fantasy Relying on porn and fantasy: Have you been struggling to ejaculate when having intercourse with your partner? Do you find yourself taking longer and longer to ejaculate

PREMATURE EJACULATION

MALE VULNERABILITY

  • Sexlosteem: How Men Can Overcome This Sexlosteem tip is designed for men to help you discover the masks that you wear in order to cover up your vulnerability. Your self-evaluation can either elevate or pull you down.

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