A few years ago, many of us had never even heard of "Erectile Dysfunction" (ED). Now it seems as if we hear about it daily. But for all the talk, the big question remains: If it happens to your man on a regular basis, should you worry? And how on earth do you talk about it with him? While most men may experience erectile dysfunction at one time or another, it is estimated that for about 30 million men, ED is a chronic problem. But now that Viagra has become mainstream, and heavily advertised ED drugs, Levitra and Cialis, have come on the market, all that has changed. Make it a priority to encourage your Man to keep his medical appointments and keep the communication lines open at all times.
Men are not alone in this. Women were considered to have Sexual Dysfunction if they reported any of the following:- Lack of sexual desire; Difficulty in becoming aroused or inadequate lubrication; Inability to achieve orgasm; Anxiety about sexual performance; reaching orgasm too rapidly; Physical pain during intercourse, or failure to derive pleasure from sex. Today is the first day, of the rest of your life and you got no time for woulda-coulda-shoulda. If you need help for any medical concerns, do not hesitate to consult the professionals who are experts in their field. Get your Sexy Back & Enjoy your Life!