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Hi there, I’m Paul and I want to welcome you to maleimpotenceandyou.com

Today I want to engage you in a discussion about a subject most men are both ashamed and afraid to talk about the subject of impotence.

My Story

At about age 45 I myself began to have problems with how you would say getting it up and then getting to stay up. Much to the chagrin of my wife. At first, I was in denial and I can tell you that I ran through the whole gamut of emotion – worry, shame, denial, low self-esteem, you name it I had it. But denial and hiding does not help. There is a saying – “Worry is a rocking chair, it goes backward and forward, but yet goes nowhere.” So I had to deal with it. One of the first things I needed to do is to sit down and have a talk about it with my wife.

The second thing that I had to do is to go see a doctor, a general practitioner will do. More about that later.

So what exactly is impotence?

Impotence is defined as the inability of a man to achieve an erection or to maintain said erection in order to satisfy both his needs and the needs of his partner.

What about Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction is the medical term used for impotence, as a man grows older the risk of him becoming susceptible to impotence grows.

What is a man’s greatest challenge with impotence?

Perhaps the greatest challenge to a man is the psychological effect on his self-esteem and his self-worth that comes about in his not being able to achieve and sustain an erection to satisfy the needs of his partner. Most men would prefer to live in denial

Guess what – It’s Treatable

Because most men are afraid of exposure and the shame they believe comes with them losing their libido. They never really find out that impotence or erectile dysfunction is treatable. Yes guys – It can be treated, you can recover your libido.

Talk with your doctor

In fact the best thing a man can do for himself when the signs of possible impotence appears is to have a talk with his doctor (a general practitioner), preferably male doctor with whom he may be more comfortable in discussing his challenge. You would be surprised at the relief you will experience mentally, emotionally and physically with just sharing your burden with the doctor.

The Purpose of Male Impotence and You

In this website we will discuss in detail the following

  • What is impotence?
  • What are the major causes of Impotence?
  • Who is affected?
  • What are the psychological issues.
  • Impotence and the male to female relationship
  • The need to visit a doctor and why
  • What treatments are available
  • Fixing the problem nature’s way
  • Lifestyle changes necessary; and
  • The need for exercise

The Good News

The good news is that impotence in most cases can be treated and prevented.

It’s up to you to take up the impotence challenge today.

If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

All the best,

Paul

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