Join Date: Jan 2016
Location: Southern USA, but longtime NYC boy prior to our move.
Re: ED? and other stuff
Waking up to an erection does not mean you do not have a physiological problem. In fact, before I was given Viagra I was asked if that happened to me. They need to know that you are capable of getting erect or else Viagra and similar will not work for you. I buy generic Viagra from India and have been for a long time. Only $1 a pill and they work just fine. Having had the brand name at $35 a pill, the pills I buy from an online Viagra store, work just as good. Even better since I do not get a headache with the generic stuff. Ask your doc for a prescription to one pill and test it out. I went from ED to doing 3 times in one night. My wife loves when I take Viagra.
There are psychological issues that can also give you ED. Some men feel less manly with a strong dominant women. I worked with such a man. All he did was complain about how his wife gave him directions during sex and how it gave him problems getting erect. I know that it is much harder for me to get erect when my wife is putting pressure on me to do so.
There are also medical conditions that cause ED as well as certain drugs. Antidepressants will mess you up. I have Diabetes which is causing my ED as well as side effects from my AD and other pills I take. Talk to your doctor first and try the little blue pill once to see if it works. If your wife is causing you mental issues, talk to her. I told my wife to stop asking me why I was not getting hard. She was taking it personally as if I did not find her attractive anymore.
First step is to rule out physical issues and I repeat, at one time the doctor had to test you to make sure you could get erect by putting a roll of stamps around your penis before you went to bed and if it broke, then the insurance company and doctor would approve Viagra. All Viagra does is lower blood pressure so that blood can more easily enter the penis to make it hard. For it to work, you need to have equipment that can work. It is not like you see in the movies. It does not give you an erection. You still need to be stimulated as normal during sex. Also check any medication you are taking for side effects. I had no idea that I had diabetes until they checked me to see if any medical conditions were causing the problem. The more you do not get erect, the harder it becomes to get hard the next time.
Many prefer to drown in a pool of their own morality rather than seek the safety of a different morality when the choice is monogamy or your marriage.
Last edited by Vinnydee; 04-07-2017 at 11:19 AM.