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    • 23 JAN 17
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    Men are reluctant to seek medical help when they can’t perform sexually

    Men are reluctant to seek medical help when they can’t perform sexually

    Why are men reluctant to seek medical help when they can’t perform sexually?

    Answer:

    Did you know that when anything goes amiss with a woman’s genital area she will seek medical intervention immediately? Men tend to hold off doing this as thy fear admitting they have a problem. Many have a tendency to let their wives feel responsible for their issues, and these women often believe they are no longer sexually attractive to their partners, their partners let them go along with this belief and can do so for many years.  The truth is, there is so much more medical help for men than women who have sexual problems. It is important for males to be encouraged to get medical help as there are many reasons that could be the cause.

    Some of these are:

    • Alcohol
    • Porn Addiction
    • Heart Disease
    • High Cholesterol
    • High Blood Pressure
    • Obesity
    • Diabetes
    • Hormonal issues
    • Age related issues

    Of course there are those who do not find their wives sexually attractive, (this can be dealt with in counselling).

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