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They also suffer from bad erections!

Updated on 31 October 2023.

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Erectile dysfunction, the sexual disorder that disrupts married life!

The more you and your partner know about erectile dysfunction, the better you’ll be able to manage it together together.

Here are a few key points you can discuss to get the ball rolling and ease the discomfort of a bad erection.

A bad erection: it’s real, it’s even very common

Symbol men and womenNot having a firm erection is a fairly common occurrence. The inability to achieve a solid, lasting erection +/- 20 times out of 100 is not abnormal.

True erectile dysfunction affects around 1 in 10 men, and more than half of men over 50 experience this problem from time to time.

Indeed, many older men may experience a decrease in the quality of their erections and an increase in the interval between erections. They may need more stimulation.

But, contrary to popular belief, erectile dysfunction is not an automatic result of aging. Many so-called “old” people still achieve more than decent erections. And even if erectile dysfunction increases with age, they can still enjoy a fulfilling and pleasurable sex life for many years to come!

A bad erection is treatable

old-couple-panickedIn most cases, solutions for erectile dysfunction are both available and effective.
Available treatments include oral and injectable medications, sex therapies, sexual aid devices, and surgery.

Women have sexual problems too. Up to 70% of couples experience sexual health problems from time to time. Women may experience loss of desire and arousal, and may even feel pain during intercourse.
These sexual problems must also be taken into account.

What can a woman do if her partner has a bad erection?

If your partner has an erectile dysfunction, the most important way to deal with it is through communication: first, and always, talk about it. This helps to tame the problem and keep it under control, so that treatment can be considered and the chances of a cure increased. With two, it’s always possible!

Here are a few tips to help you deal with this type of situation as a couple:

  • Get informed. Knowing the causes of erectile dysfunction and the treatment options available will help you choose the option that works best for both of you. Visit a specialist with your partner and ask questions. Play an active role in the treatment process.
  • Know that you’re not responsible! Many women, especially older women, may feel that they are part of the problem and take it personally. But don’t worry! This is rarely the case. Usually, there’s a physical or psychological reason for erectile dysfunction that has nothing to do with you.
  • Be positive. The fact that your partner is willing to talk about his disorder (not an easy thing for a man to do!) is an opportunity to be seized. Don’t forget the promises you made to each other: for better or for worse. Don’t be judgmental: positive feedback is more important than blame.
  • Be flexible. Try different ways of making love. Help your man find sexual techniques you’ll both enjoy. Don’t assume that your partner knows what you want or that you know what he wants. There will always be unknown paths to explore! Go for it…
  • Adopt a healthy lifestyle. One of the best ways to deal with erectile dysfunction is to make positive changes in your life. Simple measures, like quitting smoking, finding ways to reduce stress, and getting more exercise, will be good for both of you and are a perfect way to combat the symptoms of any erectile disorder.

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Having a bad erection is a sexual problem that affects both partners in a relationship, and the best way to manage and cope with it is to try and find solutions together, as a couple. Open and honest communication is the basis of a good sexual relationship.

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