Dating an impotent man
Virtually all men experience some erection failures at certain points in their lives. According to the American Foundation for Urologic Disease, it's a problem that affects about 18 million men in the U. It can be the result of stress, depression, or sometimes even for no reason at all. Over 2.5 million men experience impotency at any one time in the UK, and there is an excellent variety of online resources to help you get back on track, or you could learn to experience physical love in a different way with tantric love.Advice for women on how to cope with their partner's erectile dysfunction.By Colette Bouchez Web MD Feature Reviewed By Brunilda Nazario, MD The TV commercials make it all seem so simple: He can't get an erection so he pops a pill.
ED, or erectile dysfunction, is medically defined as the inability to achieve or sustain an erection long enough for sexual intercourse.
First is a feeling that she is not attractive enough or sexy enough.
Second is suspicion, the conviction that her partner must be having an affair.
Women have four different reactions to a man's impotence, says Margaret Ramage, a sexual relationship therapist.
But it's a woman's despair especially because, says Fiona Hanlock, very often there is much more lost than just the obvious.
"I was sure my partner was seeing someone else," said 30-year-old Susan.