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How Couples Can Talk About Erectile Dysfunction

Did you know that about half of men between ages 40 and 70 suffer from erection issues’; additionally, more than 23 million men of different ages have been prescribed Viagra (sildenafil) due to reports of erectile dysfunction (ED). Erectile dysfunction sometimes identified as ‘impotence’ is an extremely common condition; unfortunately, it can be a challenging subject for many couples to address despite it proliferation in men for decades. Firstly, it should be taken to note that ED is a couple’s problem because when a man experiences erectile difficulties, his sex partner is also affected. It is impossible to overlook your sex partner significance when dealing with ED issues or the solution. Subsequently, effective communication is the foundation of a healthy relationship and an essential part of sexuality. It is for this reason that couples need to formulate a discussion culture that lessens the emotional consequences of ED. In order to do so, couples are advised to:

Do Some Research

Most couples aren’t comfortable discussing issues to do with ED since they have limited information about the condition. It is highly significant to comprehend the possible causes, treatment, as well as the effects of ED on men thus allowing the couple to become more constructive and supportive.  

Choose the Right Place and Time to Talk

Most experts on sexuality advise that couples not to address issues of ED after an incidence as this may be a time of intensified stress as well as discomfort for men. The best time to discuss issues of ED is when both parties are calm and relaxed as this brings clarity and honesty.

Talk About Your Feelings

Couples are always encouraged to talk about their emotions on the matter in order to know the best way to be supportive of each other. Erectile dysfunction is a sensitive area for most men and it is advised that women express their feelings to their partners. They are advised to showing that they understand the situation and that it is difficult for him.

Take Some Time Away From Sex

Couples are always advised to take the sexual pressure away from their partners by exploring other aspects of their sexuality thus improving emotional intimacy.  

Erectile dysfunction is best-tackled by a couple and not by an individual and in an open loving way. The women are advised to be sensitive, but also honest about how you are feeling, and how it affects them as well in order to come up with solutions.

If you’re having issues with erectile dysfunction, call the team at Preferred Men’s Medical Center now to schedule an appointment to have a consultation with their experienced and specially trained medical staff. We are Fort Lauderdale’s leading premature ejaculation clinic that provides PE therapy, hormone therapy and much more. 

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