I have been married for the past 9 months and I have a very active and satisfying sexlife with my wife. I am sexually active person and the mere touch of my wife made me hard.
Last saturday, while having sex, suddenly I found that my erection was gone and I havent ejaculated yet.
Then onwards my penis is not responding to any stimulation. Whatever I do to make it hard, isnt helping. Neither my wife is able to do anything.
2 days later ealry morning (around 5am) suddenly I found that the penis had become erect but not completely hard and also the erection wasn't for long.
The whole day I didnt find any response from my penis and the next day same time, it was partially erect and hard.
This is giving both of us sleepless nights and I am really tensed. My wife has been supportive in this but this anxiety of sudden loss of erection is growing inside me.
The main thing t=is that I used to get erect and really hard based ny visual or oral stimulation but now my penis isnt responding to any such thing.
Last week we had a couple of very bad fights which actually increased my bp but we did made up and had sex twice on Saturday (the same night i lost erection in the mid of sex).
Please help me on this! m absolutely freaked out on this!
The mind plays tricks on us men. Try not to think of this problem during sex. Maybe more foreplay is needed now. Try for a few days of just touching and holding your wife but no sex and see if this helps in time.
Just give your penis a rest from sex. It will recover.
You got sexually exhausted from all that sex with your wife. Aim for ejaculating only 2-3 times a week and you will not have this problem. That doesn't mean you can't have sex every day, just sometimes when you have sex don't ejaculate.
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