Dating with erectile dysfunction
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. There are now all sorts of treatments to combat the problem, and about 99.9% can be cured.
However there are still the side effects of relationship difficulties which have to be overcome.
And lets not forget the issues pre and post menopause women face.~Beth~I would say that the statistics may be somewhat accurate, but what they don't account for is the emotional problems between partners.
When you are having problems in that department you go to the doc and get a pill, it may or may not work. Why would they want to give up chasing the younger women when the attitudes of women their own age can be seen by what's posted on these very threads.
However, if I was with a man with ED and the drugs didn't work, we're not going to work out as a healthy and satisfying sex life is important to me in a relationship.
However, ED drugs have not helped them: they have tried them with no success.
If I were a man over 45 I'd be getting pretty dern tired of all these threads about whether my p e c k e r (ooops, did I say that? Yep...pretty accurate..about half the men over 45 have this issue. lol I saw on the Today show last week, that at least 30% of men in their 50's have this problem. Suprisingly enough for the men in their 70's it went down to 20%. Anyway, the thing for us women then would be to date younger men, and not men our age.
Urologist offices have wonderful free booklets on the subject as do most internists and even general practitioners, so pick one up.
When it comes to awkward sex scenarios, dealing with bodily malfunctions is up there with condom breakage and being walked in on unexpectedly.
But it has the potential to be even worse, actually, because there are often some pretty complicated emotions that come along with physical SNAFUs in bed.
Question #2: is there hope for a couple fitting the above profile -- from your experience? OP, I'm not bashing you...I'm not taking ED lightly.
I know this is a problem for some men who have hit the middle-age and over mark.
If it doesn't work my opinion is that a lot of the time you just don't want to do it with the ol lady that is causing so much misery in your life or you have a serious medical problem. After all, isn't it preferable to be single than to be in a miserable relationship?