Dating a man with erectile dysfunction

10 Sep

Anne, 63, of Medford, OR, knows a thing or two about erectile dysfunction (ED).Her husband, now 58, first started taking medication for it about 5 years ago.

With all that exposure, it may be no surprise that men and their partners sometimes worry when a guy can't get or maintain his erection.According to a Turkish study, men with type O blood are much less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction compared to guys with type A, B or AB blood.Researchers found that lads with type A and type B blood are four times more likely to suffer from erectile issues versus type O men.If you have this condition that lasts for more than a few months, your doctors are likely to diagnose it as the true erectile dysfunction, and will recommend you to use treatments with medications.Almost men do not want to treat their erectile dysfunction by medication.