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Im a virgin, i have been saving myself for the right person, i met my boyfriend when i was 17, and decided that he was the one and i would give my virginity to him, however three years later, we have been together and i am still a virgin, why? well he suffers from ED, and therefore cannot have sex at all, what do i do, at 20, i want to feel the bond of sex with him, but he cant.
What do i do?
Zuri1234567 it is refreshing to hear that you have waited and have been patient with your boyfriend. Erecticle dysfunction can be a symptom of something worse. According to WebMd, "
Impotence, while not to be taken lightly, isn't a life-threatening condition on its own. Men don't actually need sex to stay alive (no matter what they may tell their wives). But impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction, can in fact portend some deadly health problems.
Dependable erections are not necessarily a sure sign of excellent health, but a penis that won't rise to the occasion is a warning that something may be awry. In treating men with erectile dysfunction, doctors worry most about heart disease. "Any form of cardiovascular disease is more likely to occur in men who have erectile dysfunction," says Ira Sharlip, MD, a urologist in San Francisco and past president of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America."<You can see more and the link below>
Beside some potential health risks, we live in a world full of solutions. 1) He can go see his doctor. 2) You may want to explore other options sexually until his problem is fixed (i.e., toys, manual manipulation, oral....) 3) Hang in there 4) Lastly if you absolutely cannot deal with it, which to me seems like you have been, maybe you need to reevaluate your relationship with him.
I hope this helps a bit. Take care and good luck!
First of all, ignore these idiots who are saying he's gay.
Second, kudos to you for saving yourself for the right guy.
Third, talk to your guy about this, and decide if (regardless of health, pretend he could do everything you want) decide if you want to spend the rest of your life together.
Fourth, you and your guy need to go see a doctor together, talk to him about this, and ask him what can be done about this problem (there are treatments that work for some people -haven't you ever seen the annoying, ever-present Viagra commercials! :) )
Fifth, if you do decide that you do want to spend the rest of your life with this guy, marry him! Once you're married, (and you might want to ask your doctor for tips on this) you can expirament in bed, continue any treaments possible, and most importantly, treasure your wonderful guy despite everything. Good luck!
There may be other reasons for his ED.
One possibility is a porn/masturbation habit. Some young men are having problems today because of online porn. Or, there may be underlying relationship issues instead, which have nothing to do with your physical beauty, but his expectations of sex and women.
Answer one question. What does a woman really need from a man?
If you do not know, you need to get straight answers. If he does not know, then he needs straight answers.
Check out the title Men Need More: More Sex, More Respect, More Gratitude, and More Love.
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