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Husband has ED, has Rx for it but won't take them, shows no interest in me
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bewildered posted:
My husband is diabetic, type 1 I believe ( he only takes Actos, no injections). He recently had a 2nd script filled for Viagra. The first was about a year or so ago, which he used all of. We had a very good sex life, he always showed interest in me, ofcourse I had just lost 80 pounds. Now, I have put 12 of those pounds back on, he shows absolutely in me, doesn't touch me at all. I'm hurt and confused. I've tried talking to him about it but he gets angry. If I try initiating sex, I'm usually told to go away either right at first or after I've done things for him. I thought ED was not being able to hold the erection. I didn't think it was the loss of interest in your wife, too. What do I do? I love him so much and support everything he/we have gone through.
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RobertPatrick responded:
Ya Dear, I hope You are right it is not because of those extra 12 pounds, it is because of ED, as your hubby is facing Ed, maybe he is afraid that if he could not able to satisfy your needs, it will become a question on his Manhood, that's why he egts angry easily and this shows his stress, I suggest you to go through Psychological Erectile Dysfunction as well as Erectile Dysfunction Cures.

Hope This Will help You.


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