Men suffering from male impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction, are going through difficult times, both emotionally and physically. Men have trouble admitting when something is wrong, and some of them are embarrassed or afraid to tell you that their manhood is in crisis. It is as much as an emotional obstacle as it is a physical barrier. Do not ruin your relationship because they do not know how to handle it emotionally. Try to walk your man through his impotence by being supportive, going with him to his appointments and learning about the issue.
Whether he wants to admit it or not, your spouse needs your support during the process. Just because he is unable to perform in the bedroom does not mean he disrespects you, views you as unattractive, or is seeing someone else. You must strengthen your emotional ties with each other, ensuring the bond you both have is airtight. Engage in non-sexual activities that still arouse him and set the mood. Help him through this difficult time without smothering or being a â€œmother-like figure.â€
Discuss Treatment Options
Openly communicate your feelings about the matter, letting him know you love him for who he is as a person, beyond the walls of your bedroom. The treatment in which he seeks is ultimately his own decision, but it should be made in unison as a couple. If he does take pills, do not â€œnagâ€ or schedule times to have sexual intercourse. Everything needs to seam as natural as possible to avoid a â€œweirdâ€ and â€œfunnyâ€ feeling in the room. The point of many of the medicines is for men to take it without women knowing they are impotent. Only help him as long as he is willing to listen to your suggestions, and do not push him.
If problems continue to arise after treatment, consider engaging in friendly conversation or seek the advice of a marriage counselor. Specialists exist to coach a husband and wife through the trials and tribulations of life, including male impotence.