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Postby Hereshoping » Fri Dec 22, 2017 10:20 pm

I'm 52 and been a type 1 diabetic for 42 years. My wife left me in 11/2016. I was using 25 mg Viagra at that time with no issues. After she left my sexual desire left me. I simply had no interest at all. I started trying to date again a few months later and met a woman who I'm madly in love with. At first we were at it like rabbits and I was keeping the ED from her. Then one day she jumped me and I was unable to perform. Since then my performance had been up and down, and more down in recent months. I'm getting erections, sometimes with no Viagra, but am finding that I'm going soft on her, often when she's playing with me. The Viagra can make me aroused very quickly but sometimes it won't last. The more I think about it the quicker it goes. I've tried 100 mg but to be honest it seems more effective a few hours afterwards. I've tried taking a few 100 mg in a day and it simply doesn't work. I took 50 mg the other night and was hard and was hard again in the morning. With my girlfriend the 50 makes me hard then I soften.
Any ideas? My GF is a passionate woman and I will lose her..
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Re: New relationship

Postby josh0745 » Thu Feb 01, 2018 2:02 pm

Check out my post in this forum if you haven’t already. It’s a journey to say the least. I need to start seeing a sex therapist to really aid in my recovery. Again right now I have nothing physically wrong, all psychological. Your story sounds like it may be a combination of the two.
I can tell you from experience that fearing you will lose her won’t help you get an erection so do whatever calming techniques you need to and help get you to come to peace with that subject.
Physical fitness is key so make sure you’re talking with your doctor and planning out the physical exercise plan that works for you. Make sure you’re also eating a healthy diet specific to your lifestyle and body. Everyone is different but as you start to explore these modalities, you will gain back confidence in yourself and the missed erections will become less worrisome and therefore less frequent.

Let us know what’s working for you.

Josh

-- Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:09 am --

Check out my post in this forum if you haven’t already. It’s a journey to say the least. I need to start seeing a sex therapist to really aid in my recovery. Again right now I have nothing physically wrong, all psychological. Your story sounds like it may be a combination of the two.
I can tell you from experience that fearing you will lose her won’t help you get an erection so do whatever calming techniques you need to and help get you to come to peace with that subject.
Physical fitness is key so make sure you’re talking with your doctor and planning out the physical exercise plan that works for you. Make sure you’re also eating a healthy diet specific to your lifestyle and body. Everyone is different but as you start to explore these modalities, you will gain back confidence in yourself and the missed erections will become less worrisome and therefore less frequent.

Let us know what’s working for you.

Josh
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