Are you hoping to have long lasting erections again, but still to no avail? Don’t be afraid to ask your partner for help and support. It might be time to see a sex therapist for your erection problems. Before you decide on whether or not you need sex therapy for a sexual dysfunction, let’s talk about the signs of erectile dysfunction.
- Trouble getting hard (can’t get an erection)
- Getting hard but doesn’t last (can’t keep an erection)
- Can’t manage to drink alcohol and get hard (no erection while intoxicated)
- Softer erections than normal
- Reduced sensitivity in the penis region
- Ruled out a medical condition by a Urologist
- Tried more than one prescription ED medication
Why is Male Erection So Important?
There are plenty of reasons as to why your erection is not the same as it used to be. With age, your body changes and things may slowly decline. This includes penile erection. But, in some instances, erections can be linked to health problems. Remember that an erection occurs when a surge of blood invades the organ as it is stimulated or pleasured. Sometimes it’s an unexplained erection, like “morning wood,” which is absolutely normal. Substance abuse or alcohol consumption can alter your body in many ways. Other health conditions associated with erectile dysfunction includes high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, and others. It’s also normal to experience a soft erection under stress or worrisome associated with sex or not. Relationship or financial troubles can also disrupt your sexual activity. So, what’s stressing you out at the moment? What does your day-to-day diet consist of?