I'm 27 and was just married in Sept. My wife and I were having regular intercourse but about 2 months ago, I was unable to become erect. This was an obvious problem for our marriage. We went to a therapist for a few days and it got better. Everything has been great since then until one night this past week. It happened again and now my wife is even more upset. I don't know what to do. I feel that I'm going to loose my wife because of this. Please help.
Masturbation is normal for men. Porn... okay maybe, I can see where you are going with that.
Here is what worked for me:
1. Kegels (check the internet on how men do them)
2. Jelqing (again check the net)
3. With your penis erect after or in between Jelqing, lift a light object with your penis (sock, shirt, towel) or just your penis.
Don't do this every day. Your muscles need time to recover. Don't over do it.
Your penis is a muscle. All this will strengthen the right muscles, increase blood flow and improved sex. It will even make you penis bigger WITHOUT Medication. Me personally, I gained almost 2" in length and 1 in girth, but really the best part, is sexual function, and the Kegels/Penis Lifts are all good for your health.
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