Women and Erectile Dysfunction

Posted October 25, 2021
By Dr. Boris Schwartz In Men's Health

Women and Erectile Dysfunction

What is the Role of Your Partner When Dealing With ED Issues?

Women can help their men facing issues with erectile dysfunction.

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When you think of erectile dysfunction, you probably think it is only a “man’s problem.” However, for men involved in a heterosexual relationship, erectile dysfunction, or ED, isn’t only a men’s health issue.

If a woman is involved in a relationship with a man suffering from ED, it becomes her problem as well. Since sexual performance is not a one-sided issue, a better understanding of ED and the physical as well as emotional ways that it affects men can help women to be better partners to their men with ED.

One thing that a lot of women get wrong about ED is thinking that it is only a problem that affects “old men.” This is a common misconception by men as well as women. The truth is recent surveys have found that 1 in every four men seeking help for ED is under 40.

The other big misconception that many women have when it comes to ED is that the problem is mainly emotional, not physical. Many women wrongly assume that if their man can’t perform, it’s “their fault. Often when a man is frequently having ED issues, a wife or long-term partner will believe they are doing something to cause the condition or that their man no longer finds them sexually attractive. While emotional factors, particularly stress, can contribute to ED, usually, there is an underlying health issue causing the problem.

Once you come to realize that ED isn’t all “in a man’s head,” you can stop blaming yourself and also understand that there are ways to solve the problem. And that you can help!

What Can a Woman Do To Help a Partner With ED

First and foremost, if your man is having trouble in the bedroom, do not let him ignore it. Most situations of ED involve a reduction of blood flow to the penis. There are several underlying health conditions that may contribute to restrictions in blood flow, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or heart disease. ED may be the first sign that your partner may have one of these conditions, so urge him to see a doctor.

Not only is it important to seek medical attention to find out the root causes of ED, but you also need to assure your man that there are some remarkable new treatments available for ED. There is no reason that either of you has to endure a less than satisfactory sex life.

The most important thing a woman can do when her man is having some issues with performance is not to blame herself. She needs to realize that there can be many reasons why a man may not be performing as well as he used to. With open conversations between the two of you and your doctor, you can all work together to find the root causes and the best solutions for both of you.

The key to maintaining a mutually satisfying sexual relationship is communication. After all, if one partner is having sexual issues, it affects both partners, so it’s something that needs to be dealt with together.

What Every Man Should Know About Treating Erectile Dysfunction!

Women who are willing to understand more about ED and to openly discuss the issue with their men can go a long way to improving their sex lives and their overall relationships. Part of those frank and open discussion should include educating both of you about some of the remarkable drug-free surgery-free ways we now have to treat the ED!

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Drugs or surgery are no longer your only options for treating ED!

If you have tried any of the popular ED medications and have been dissatisfied with your results, or if you cannot take oral ED meds because you have high blood pressure or other medical conditions, The Original Health Institute offers men proven alternative ED solutions.

Oral ED drugs only treat the symptoms of ED. Our solutions go right to the source of erectile dysfunction – poor blood flow!

The revolutionary, drug-free, surgery-free ED treatments we offer include:

P-Shot – The Priapus Shot (P-Shot) uses Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). After a simple, pain-free injection, the PRP in the P-shot stimulates the growth factors in your own blood to increase blood flow to the penis, resulting in stronger, harder, and bigger erections, and in some instances, enhancing length, girth, and an overall more youthful appearance of your penis.

GAINSWave – The GAINSWave is the latest ED treatment to hit the market. This proprietary procedure utilizes pulsed, or waved energy, to increase the flow of blood to the penis. The gentle, painless waves open up old, blocked blood vessels, as well as stimulate the growth of new blood vessels in the penis.

Our medical director is Dr. Boris Schwartz. He is a recognized expert in regenerative medicine. Throughout his career, Dr. Schwartz has sought out and provided proven methods that challenge the way conventional medicine looks at aging. He is dedicated to providing the very best in evidence-based regenerative medical protocols and advanced technologies to help patients live longer, healthier, and more satisfying lives.

“I have to you, my ED wasn’t just affecting what was going on in the bedroom. It really was affecting my intimacy with my wife in all sorts of ways, and when I mentioned this to other guys going through what I was going through, they all kind of said the same thing. “Waiting here and speaking to other guys I would hear things like ‘You know what I miss the most, it’s the emotional intimacy I had with my wife,’ Because normally you would, you want to give her a hug or give her a kiss, but when you have ED you tend to not even do those little things because you are afraid, ‘what if they lead somewhere I can’t go,’ So you just didn’t do them, and the whole relationship suffered. Since my GAINSWave treatments, that’s all changed. We are kissing, and hugging and doing a whole lot more!” – Bart. L, Scottsdale, AZ

All of our drug-free ED treatments are safe for men with heart disease, high blood pressure, or diabetes! Contact us at (602) 788 4333 today for more information!