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In my opinion men will put off as ling as possible going to the doctor about impotence problems. Im a 54 yr old female married to a 58 yr old male and we or should i say he has been having problems in the bedroom department for over 2 years now. Its to the point that he never knows if he will get hard, stay hard long enough or reach orgasm. Ive suggested oh probably 12 times over the past 2 yrs for him to go get checked out. At first id just throw it out there to see if it might stick but after awhike saw that wasnt working. So since then, id say for about a 1 1/2 yrs now ive gotten creative about it, like going on and on about what great sex we could be having if he was on Viagra!! But not even my dirtiest sex talk, that just is not me at all, will get him to a doctor. We have always had a very active sex life with no problems at all. But since he turned 55 when it was only every now and then to now everytime its a huge problem and is coming between us. Weve been married for 33 years together for 35. He'll be the 1st to say he married me for the sex. Me too! Butits gotten tothe poibt that he doesnt want it for fear of failure and I am one sexually frustrated woman that has to sneak using my toys as to not hurt his little feelings. I seem to stay pissed off at him all the time for any little thing but it all goes straight back to not being satisfied or even wanted in the bedroom. I think if your married and over 50 you should accept reality that things arent going to work the same as when you 1st met and were in your 20's. Guys at the 1st sign of any problem run dont walk to the nesrest male doctor and take care of it before it becomes a much bigger problem. Ladies, push push and keep pushing until your man gets it. Until he gets past his insicurities, fears and ego and gets it taken care of. And dont, whatever you do let him buy some crap meds online they say their the impotence miracle cure. No sir, they DONT work. Plus there could be an underlying problem that extra testosterone wont fix. And last, ladies when and if you can ever get your man to make that appointment, go with them, your side of the story, trust ne tge Dr is more likely to believe you over what hubby is telling him. If its that much of a priblem not only for him but you also, do whatever you must to go with him. With, that said, my husband finalky made said appointment. I was so proud of him and took off work to go with him. But the day before the appointment, you know the day they call to confirm your coming, he chickened out. We ended up in the biggest fight but when all was said and done id talked, well rather i told him he was going ir i was out. I didnt really mean it, but he didnt know that. Hes got an appointment next week and ive already told him he was going or he wouldnt have it anymore and would have no need for a doctor except to sew it back on or build him a new one. Lol yes i did!! And so far its working. That last part i'll leave up to you but damn if id known that wouldve done the trick id have told him that 2 years ago and still been having great sex this whole time. Or thats my opinion.
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