Weak Erection is the inability of a man to achieve an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. The condition can be difficult for a man to deal with because it can cause embarrassment and insecurity due to an inability to perform sexually.
Fortunately for men suffering from Weak Erection, there are a number of medications, treatments, and therapies that may prevent weak erection from becoming a long-term condition.
Natural remedies are the most commonly used treatment, these are usually derived from plants and herbs, which some cultures have used for many years. Although there have been very few studies conducted on the safety of these natural remedies, some of them have been found to have side effects that vary from non-existent to mild to severe depending on the molecular structure of a person and his allergises which is why we always encourage you to consult with us first so that we can give you the correct dosage and medicine is suited to your body’s needs since this is not a type suits all scenario.
At some point in a man’s life, he may have difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection. Erection problems occur when you can’t achieve or maintain an erection that’s firm enough to have sexual intercourse. Erection problems are also known as:
- erectile dysfunction (ED)
- sexual dysfunction
Most men in the world suffer from weak erection but the topic is considered taboo in many communities and men tend not to talk about it or seek treatment, an estimated number of more than 12 million men in South Africa suffer from weak erection and on a personal note weak erection causes a lot of problems in one’s relationship or marriage, a study has shown that 3 out of 4 women in marriages are sexually dissatisfied with their sexual life, this is mainly caused by the man’s inability to satisfy his wife.
7 Ways Weak Erection Can Kill a Marriage?
Can sex kill a marriage? Absolutely. Problems in the bedroom can lead to deep dissatisfaction.
1. One spouse controls the frequency of sex: Married couples vary considerably in terms of how much sex they have or don’t have. While studies report that married people on average have sex seven times a month, there is no magic formula that couples can follow to ensure a happy sex life. The crucial point is that both partners have to feel good about how much sex they are having and how much control they have over their sex life. If one person takes charge of when and how sex happens, relationship killers like dissatisfaction, resentment and anger can emerge.
2. Spouses withhold sex: This can be an insidious problem, particularly if sex is used as a weapon to punish one another. It’s particularly toxic if an unresolved grievance from the past is offered up as the reason for the withholding of sex. Once one partner ends up sleeping on the couch instead of the marital bed, the end is probably near. Another insidious problem is using sex as a “treat” to reward the partner for good behaviour — a training method that is better suited for household pets!
3. The marriage becomes sexless. Marriages where sex never or very rarely occurs is an issue that has gained more attention in recent years. Studies estimate that a whopping 15 per cent of married couples have not had sex with their spouse in the last six months to one year. In some cases, this can be an indication that the marriage has died and most couples stay together for their children’s sake, health, prenups and insurance reasons.
4. Spouses are too busy or too tired for sex. This issue frequently rears its head when a couple has a busy family life or if one or both partners has a demanding job. Not having time for sex can be a problem if it becomes a way of life and the couple loses their closeness and intimacy.
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