Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Sites
If you overdo your PE exercises the result may be a couple of days of dicey erections, or none at all. This doesn’t mean you have ED in any permanent sense. You’ve gone overboard; you give your body a rest; function returns.
You have a big date; a new, potential relationship. You are anxious to please, even to be perceived as a sexual athlete. You get to the nitty-gritty and one of two things happens: It goes up and then it deflates, just when you need most to be hard. Or, it doesn’t go up at all - even though it always has before. You couldn’t penetrate a slab of room temperature butter. You don’t even have a "stuffer." What you do have is Performance Anxiety. Fortunately, once you relax and get to know your partner better, this usually goes away pretty quickly.
And, every now and then even the most virile guy has a failure. This happens to everybody, for all sorts of logical reasons. You just let that go and start fresh the next time and everything is as it should be.
But for some of us, and because of many organic and/or psychological reasons, erectile failure becomes the pattern rather than the unusual, isolated event. Sexual erections fail repeatedly, nocturnal erections may stop happening (no more morning wood, or rarely), libido may or may not drop off.
It was once thought that ED was an Older Guy Problem. In our late forties or in our fifties, we’re supposed to expect some slowing down; or prostate problems kick in, or yadda yadda. However, young guys get ED, too. From prescribed medications sometimes, or recreational drugs use, or from complications of diabetes, or vascular issues, or like older men, from hormonal imbalances. ED has many, many causes. However, it also has many, many solutions.
Here are two links of sites that I administrate along with some very informed men and one nifty lady. Some of us are straight, some are gay. All of us have been through the depressing experience of ED and have found very satisfying solutions. We have a huge amount of combined knowledge and many resources. Thunder has given me permission to offer these sites to any of our members who have a continuing problem and need some direction.
Both are free. The first is a Google newsgroup site - open to all and sometimes suseptible to trolls and spam, however it contains over 38,000 threads, all searchable. The second is a moderated membership group - no trolls, no flames, no spam which we moved to very recently when our previous site owner went fee-based. They’re both pretty friendly. Take a look if you believe you might have ED.
You can also post ED concerns here at MSHF. I have some serious background in the subject and we have a couple of doctors on board here at Thunder’s who will chime in, I’m sure.