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My name is Bruce. I was a public servant for 27 years. When I was in my late forties, I set up a gardening business in a bid to marry my interest in golf with horticulture.
Despite my best efforts, I never did get a job as a groundsman on a golf course but the business ran for several years regardless. When I was 57, I was diagnosed with erectile dysfunction EDwhich is an inability to get or keep an erection during sexual intercourse. I guess no one wants to admit to it.
My sex Male erection stories had been a disaster for several years. I would ejaculate about a minute into intercourse. This was no good for my wife, and no good for me. She thought I no longer found her attractive. It was very clear to the GP from the outset that my problem was caused by smoking, which can affect your circulation, including your circulation down there.
I had no idea of the link between erectile dysfunction and smoking but he made the connection straight away. One had his prostate removed for cancer.
The surgery for this often cuts some nerves which causes ED. ED can also be a side effect of some drugs for high blood pressure. The reasons for the problem can be different for different blokes. In my case it worked — I gave up smoking within seven days. At the same time, my GP put me on Viagra.
This worked very well, with minimal side effects. When on it, some people can get a bit of a headache, or feel a little flushed. After a time, I tried other drugs for erectile dysfunction called Cialis and Levitra. All three worked well, but after some years, they began not to work at all. When I went back to my GP to see what my options were, he referred me to a urologist.
When I met with the urologist about my problem, he said he had seen a lot of blokes from my golf club for the exact same issue! It made me realise how common it is. He recommended I try intracavernosal injections. They involve horizontally injecting a compound drug with a very fine needle into the base of the penis. I thought it was worth giving a go. There are some helpful videos online. You inject prior to intercourse and the effects last for about four hours. What I would say to other men is that if you are having the same problem, the first step is to go and speak to your GP to get the ball rolling.
While I was initially a bit embarrassed, doing something about it has been worth it. Erectile dysfunction is very common and becomes more common as men age. An Australian survey showed that at least one in five men over the age of 40 years has erectile problems and about one in ten men are completely unable to have erections. With each increasing decade of age, the chance of having erectile problems increases. Erectile dysfunction is not a disease, but a symptom of some other problem, either physical or psychological or a mixture of both.
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