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Where and How To Address Getting None
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An_252142 posted:
I am 50 years of age. I have survived a series of chronic conditions over the past 12 years. Between these conditions and medication(s), I can rarely produce an erection at a moment one would normally come in the past.

To add, I am still a virgin to this day. Even when there were chances for me to engage in sex, I could not due to being overly nervous or apprehensive, or suspicious. Celibacy isn't a choice I made, but a consequence of ongoing rejection and limited ability to shrug it off without going through a period of social withdrawal. So along with what I had mentioned, there are many social and psychological factors that are involved.

I hope to meet with a sex therapist to address every aspect of all of my sexual dysfunctions. However, in lies another problem. Sex therapists are just too difficult to afford when one is on disability and Medicare. If all else, do major colleges and universities have sex therapy clinics for people in my situation?

I'm desperate for a starting point because this problem has caused me to loose all self confidence in trying again to date. I'm afraid that I'll just continue to disappoint any woman who meets me, as I feel I always do.
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