Curing Erectile Dysfunction
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jacqui_olliver posted:
There are 3 methods of focus to cure erectile dysfunction.
1) focus on how good the feelings in your penis are
2) think about sexual fantasies and relate them back to your penis
3) focus on your partner in a sexual way

But you need to be careful when you do this because if you overstimulate your brain you will cause yourself to ejaculate early. The trick is to understand how to gauge your level of arousal to ensure you are able to stay in what I call the "safety zone" of arousal.
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bgwright responded:
Thanks for your advice. I posted a question in the broader forum, but it seems overwhelmed with spam and fake posts. You seem to have helpful things to say, I wonder if I can solicit your thoughts.


I am in my early 30s and am beginning to have occasional erectile issues. I have a very large penis for my body frame (and even for the size of my testicles). I was told by a friend (who dropped out of medical school--so not the best source, I know, but this isn't a topic of conversation I have with everyone) that having a penis proportionately larger than the rest of your body can lead to erectile problems. I tried Cialis and it worked great, but I'm just wondering if there's any relation between my physique and my performance issue.
(I did not include measurements here because that seems crass, but if proportions might matter, I can offer them)
 
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jacqui_olliver replied to bgwright's response:
Hi, first of all I apologise for the late reply. It is unlikely that your disproportional physique is causing the problem - otherwise you would have had the ED problem many years ago.

Usually occasional erectile issues are caused by your mind becoming distracted during sex. This can include wondering whether or not you are going to keep your erection!

I recommend staying away from foods which compromise the integrity of your health such as preservatives, sugar and wheat. These foods also cause brain fog which can contribute to your mind becoming distracted.

Have you consulted with a medical doctor?

By the way, please report fake posts and spam comments to help keep the integrity of our community.
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