Are You Sexually Satisfied?
What does it mean to be sexually satisfied? Is the answer the same for men and women? This question alone may cause some people to feel stressed – is your performance in the bedroom up to par for your partner?
This stress can actually cause some men to experience certain types of sexual dysfunction. Feelings of not being enough, unworthiness, or inadequacy are known psychological factors that can especially contribute to erectile dysfunction (ED).
Yes, your state of mind can directly affect your ability to perform in bed. You may have the best of intentions, and want nothing more than to please your partner, but your worrying mind could be holding you back.
Some men worry about their body image – will she still find me attractive once our clothes are off? Penis size is another concern – how do I measure up to my wife’s past sexual encounters? Research shows that women’s preferred penis size is 6.3 inches long and 4.8 inches around. While not as big as you may have imagined, those numbers can still be intimidating.
Relationship issues, including financial difficulties can also contribute to problems of sexual intimacy. It’s hard to feel sexy if you’ve been arguing with your partner all day about bills…or the kids…or household chores.
Not all causes of ED are psychological. Hormone imbalances or neurological factors should also be considered, as well as blood circulation.
So, What’s the Solution?
The most common drug used to treat ED is Viagra (Sildenafil). The way Viagra works is by stimulating the nerves of the penis. This allows the muscles and spongy materials around the penis to relax and allows blood to flow in – thus causing an erection. One little pill can have you up and running in as little as 30 minutes – a true miracle worker for some couples.
Of course not everybody is comfortable going into their doctor’s office, and looking him (or her) in the face and telling them they are having problems obtaining an erection. Asking for a Viagra prescription can be embarrassing, right?
The good news is that online options are available, so you can order Viagra from the privacy of your own home without having to see a doctor face-to-face. It is now possible to prescribe, diagnose and dispense men’s healthcare products 100% online. Licensed physicians who are experienced in diagnosing ED and prescribing the right medication to treat it will review your information on a case-by-case basis to ensure you are a qualified candidate.
Men – no more excuses. You are not the only one suffering from ED, and discreet, private help is available so you can satisfy your partner, now.
Women – your man may be too embarrassed to talk about these things with a doctor. Let him know online help is available to him (and you)!