His fiancée had been blaming herself, “He obviously doesn’t find me attractive any more. Once I helped her to realize that his erection problems had nothing to do with her, it turned out that she wasn’t nearly as attached to a hard penis as he had imagined.
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Lucy Boyd, RN, BSN has written several nonfiction books including "The Complete Guide to Healthy Cooking and Nutrition for College Students." She is frequently called upon to provide career guidance to medical professionals and advice to parents of children with challenges.
A woman or man considering whether her or his boyfriend is impotent may be reluctant to initiate discussion about the issue.
Many types of treatment are available, however, and good communication can lead to finding a solution.
A hairstylist has launched a dating website for people who can’t have sex after aggressive cancer treatments took away her ability to enjoy intercourse, which made disclosure difficult on dates. 1 and now has some 1,500 members, will offer peace of mind to others suffering from sexual side effects.