Erectile dysfunction treatment
Should I see a doctor first? Yes.
I am not a doctor, and I will not give advice about medical issues or discuss medication with you. This is not my role; I offer a different type of Erectile dysfunction treatment. I specialist when the problem is in your head.
Erection failure is a serious matter, for your physical health and the emotional upset. You must take persistent erection failure seriously. It can be a symptom of something significant, the kind of significant that it trying to kill you.
See your GP if you have erectile dysfunction for more than a few weeks. They will assess your general state of health ... the condition can be the first sign of more serious health conditions." (NHS Choices website, July 2015)
Is It Ever Normal?
Keep in mind, only two mental ingredients are necessary for an erection. They are arousal and relaxation. When one of those is missing, you may experience impotence. When it happens for the first time it is a shock, it is embarrassing and plain scary. If it happens frequently, then consider you may need an erectile dysfunction treatment of one type or another. I will only get involved when the problem is in your head, I always leave the physical stuff to a doctor.
Arousal is an emotional reaction. Sex, penetration, and intercourse for a man are more than a physical response. When your mind is too stressed out to focus on sex, your body cannot get excited either. If men were more honest they would admit that once or twice things have failed for them. Consider it ‘normal’. Stress, tiredness, or not being in the ‘mood’ comes from our hectic everyday lives. How a sex anxiety starts.
In these cases, the problem tends to resolve themselves once you take a bit of care of your lifestyle. If you have problems getting an erection for masturbation as well as for partner sex, if you infrequently or never get morning erections, then the problem may be physical. It is important you visit your doctor in these circumstances.
I work with men who have ruled out the physical. For them, the erection failure is not a because of a physical medical condition. It is all about what is going on in their heads. You are never going to get and keep an erection when you're stressed out, anxious, worried. Or when you are fearful it will fail. You are never going to get and keep an erection if the voice in your head is shouting out, “failure”.
Do Not Ignore It
It is too important to leave it, to ignore it. It will not to go away on its own. Start a conversation with me. At first it may not be easy to talk to a stranger, but I promise you this. I have heard it before, any embarrassment you may feel in talking to me is nowhere near as bad as you think it is going to be. Everything we speak about is confidential, and I never judge. I use humour and I use plain simple language.