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How To Satisfy A Man With Erectile Dysfunction

How To Satisfy A Man With Erectile Dysfunction

Communication is key

The most important tool for a satisfying sex life is communication with your partner, especially when you’re coping with ED or other challenges.

Talk openly about your desires and your fears. If you’re experiencing ED or low libido, your partner may worry that you no longer find them attractive. They may suspect they’re doing something wrong or undesirable. It’s important to reassure each other and remain supportive.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help. A good sex therapist can help you and your partner work through issues together and improve your sex life.

Use it or lose it

The problem with erectile dysfunction is that it can be a vicious cycle – you suffer with problems getting an erection, so you avoid sex because you’re worried it’ll happen again. But in fact that’s the worst thing you can do, because regularly getting aroused will actually improve blood flow to your penis making it easier to get erections and making those erections stronger too.

If, for whatever reason, sex is off the cards, take things into your own hands. In terms of improving blood flow, it doesn’t matter whether you are getting aroused via your partner or other means – the important thing is getting aroused!

Avoid unhealthy habits

Certain lifestyle habits can make ED worse. To help manage ED and enjoy a healthy sex life:

  • quit smoking
  • avoid heavy drinking
  • avoid illicit drugs, such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and amphetamines

Certain medications can also contribute to ED, including some antidepressants, antihistamines, blood pressure medications, painkillers, and drugs for Parkinson’s disease. If you suspect that your ED is linked to your medications, talk with your doctor. Ask them about alternative medications or other treatment options. Don’t stop taking medications without talking to them first.

Lose weight and exercise regularly

Obesity is a contributing factor for ED for many men. Losing excess weight and getting regular exercise may improve your sex life.

Research reported in the Journal of the American Medical Associationsuggests that regular exercise and a calorie-restricted diet can help treat ED among obese men. Regular exercise can also improve your cardiovascular health, muscular strength, and overall well-being. This can help support a healthy sex life.

Some types of exercise may be especially useful. Scientists in the journal Sexual Medicine report that pelvic floor exercises can help treat ED. These “Kegel exercises” can also help treat urinary and bowel incontinence or “dribbling.”

Alternatives for Men

Hand massage of the penis is key to sex without intercourse. Many men over 50 often get a firm erection during solo sex but find that a partner's strokes do not achieve the same effect. Why? Because women may not appreciate exactly how men like to be fondled. The solution? Men can show women what they want. This may feel awkward for both partners at first, but it helps the woman provide precisely what the man desires.

Fellatio is another cornerstone of great sex without intercourse. Oral sex can provide men with great pleasure — even if the penis is only partially erect.

Contrary to myth, a full erection is not necessary for ejaculation and orgasm. If men receive sufficiently vigorous stimulation, it's still quite possible for them to have a marvelous orgasm with only a partial erection (or even a flaccid penis).

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