How Women Can Tackle Erectile Dysfunction Problem.

It could be awkward and embarrassing to deal with erectile dysfunction but one can play a vital role in encouraging her partner to get checked out to rule out any medical issues. Assuming you are in bedroom and ready to go unless suddenly your guy is not. This is not the first time. Different scenarios begin to run through your head. Is he no longer interested in you anymore? Is he having extra-marital outside? Is he gay? Do you know that most of the answers to those questions are none of the above and the problem is truly a case of typical erectile dysfunction (ED)?

Women and Erectile Dysfunction

Do you know that communication when it comes to sex could be awkward most especially prior your ED experience and the denial that follows it? Erectile dysfunction can result from different factors and often surface when there are underlying problems in the life of a man according to Megan Fleming, a certified a sex and relationship therapist and clinical instructor of psychology at Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University. Stresses at work or concern about job stability are enough to throw a man off balance. After one or two occurrence, erectile dysfunction can become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Fleming said that “the anxiety and tension men feel about what will or won’t happen unfortunately hijacks their arousal response. The foundation of arousal is relaxation. Men who experience erectile dysfunctions are almost always feeling anything but relaxed, so focused on what they want to have happen and fear won’t happen both for themselves and their partners.” In conclusion, it is very likely that a medical condition could be the brain behind the erectile dysfunction. If it becomes a recurring problem, then a check-up is needed.

How Can You Help Your Man?

Men are always reluctant to talk about erectile dysfunction with their partners. Getting them to visit a doctor could also be a problem. Meanwhile, it is imperative to rule out the possible causes that could have higher health effects such as diabetes, hypertension and heart or thyroid issues with the nervous system. In order to encourage him visit a doctor:
– be gentle and focus on the health areas rather than the performance aspects.
– Follow him to visit the doctor
– try to educate him and put his mind at rest. Let him understand that at times a simple pill can help and that invasive procedures are not the typical treatment anymore.
– do not blame or attack him rather try to emphasize that many men have erectile dysfunction and that it is quite normal
– always be positive that treatment is always very successful.

In summary, the best thing you can do to help your man is to be there emotionally and physically. Be supportive, open to discussion and treatment as you realize that intimacy can be shared in various ways and it is much more than the simple act of sex.