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    An_241989 posted:
    I am 67 years of age and I wake up every morning with a huge erection, but when I try to have sex with my wife my erection shrinks to half its size and becomes floppy, and often slips out of my wife because she has a quite large vagina after having 3 children, she has become frustrated and bad tempered because of my condition, what should I do?
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    Retiredin2000 responded:
    1. Have sex first thing in the AM!
    2. Add some excitement to your sex life, try some different things together. Get an adult 'sex education' DVD and try some new things. Get your wife 'turned on', and it will get you turned on and hard.
    3. Last resort - try some of the ED drugs. Performance anxiety is can be self-fulfilling, so take something to get your confidence back.
    I am your age so I speak from experience. My wife and I have a great sex life too.
     
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    Torcal responded:
    Put on a rubber cock ring when you're hard and it may stay that way long enough to give your wife what she wants. The ring prevents the blood from escaping back into your body.


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