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An_250585 posted:
I have been married 25 years. My husband has ED and we havn't had sex in probably 6 mos. All of a sudden today, he wants to have sex, without an erection. He wants me to "help him". I really don't care about sex at all, and I got a little upset that he wants me to WORK on hhim. He is about 100 lbs overweight, drinks, smokes and just unhealthy, with no interested in getting healthy. I don't know what to do. If he had an erection, I would have no problem having sex with him. HELP. Anyone out there going through this?
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stevesmw responded:
Being concerned about his health is right. If he wants some help once in 6 months, consider it a good deed.
 
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nohard responded:
Hi Try this it may help.
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most important information I got from the convention was a method which makes it possible to have inter course with a flaccid or semi erect penis.

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following technique was described at the symposium: The man lies flat on his back, the women straddles him in a half kneeling position, leaning on her left knee, and on the right foot. This gives her room to manipulate with her right hand, She clamps the penis firmly but not to tightly at the base with her thumb and index finger (palm facing the mans body).This causes sufficient firmness to allow insertion. The women then sits firmly upon the penis. This approach permit she a wide range of movement and not only enables a considerable penetration but gives her the opportunity to rub her clitoris against her index finger.

When
the erection is complete she may remove her hand and let her partner begin the active coital movement.

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for any reason this method doesn't not, then the couple should try a special friction technique between a flaccid penis and the clitoris. The man lies flat on his back. The women lies on top of him in a prone superior position. She begins to embrace and kiss him passionately. Then she starts a belly dance movement to stimulate the penis. Later she assumes a position which enables her to rub her clitoris to the soft penis. By kissing her partner and the clitoris friction she will get aroused, which, in turn, will excite her partner. Then he may achieve a partial or full erection.

In
the former case she used the clamping technique, and in the latter case she may start coitus by inserting his penis.

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appears that more and more men are losing their ability to have intercourse with a women without her active participation, there is very little a man can do to cure his own impotence and sympathetic woman can do it for him.

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you have read above comes from a 1970 Forum magazine, its from a piece written by Dr Eugene Scheimann, when he went to a swingers convention in Chicago, and this was a small part on impotence/ED, its so us men could have some kind of sex lives before drugs come to the front to overcome ED

See lust how you get on with it.
But for his own sake get his weight down, tell him if he needs a good sex life again then he needs to get smart, quit the smoking and the alcohol, its his only way forward for a sex life and his own life.
Good Luck
 
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joankirk999 replied to nohard's response:
Your husband will easily overcome erectile dysfunction by following the below remedies

1) Kegel exercises
2) Balanced diet
3) Natural supplements
4) Quitting Smoking


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