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What is considered to be a sexual dysfunction?
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Default What is considered to be a sexual dysfunction? – 12-17-2008, 12:59 AM

If he’s getting erections OK, but can’t ejacuate, is it something I should send him to go see a doctor about? That’s been happening for about a year now, and it seemed a lot more normal before. Yeah, he’s under stress, but who isn’t. He’s 30. Also, he wants it only once in 2 weeks, not like it used to be – every other day. It could be just me, maybe he’s not that interested anymore.Mature answers only, please.NO, he’s not on antidepressants for tha past year. He was on them before.
   
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Default 12-24-2008, 12:41 PM

well stress is big because it is hard to be aroused when your thinking about work or problems.you should think of something creative to get him off his thoughts for that little while. if it were me I would be aroused at that alone.just be creative with it
   
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Default 12-24-2008, 09:58 PM

Is he on antidepresants? That is a common cause because they tend to enlarge the prostate gland slightly.If not, have him go in and get checked. An enlarged prostate is nothing to fool around with.
   
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Default 12-29-2008, 10:56 PM

Hello…I’m not a doctor nor do I have an answer for this question, but I can give you some comfort in: your not alone. My sister is having this problem with her boyfriend. He’s around the same age and is displaying the same symptoms. He has recently told her that sex is becoming boring and that was difficult for her to swallow! But My honest personal, opinion is all this could be due to his recent weight gain. Has your husband/boyfriend gained weight recently? If so… The body reacts differently when it is carrying 20-30 extra pounds. He might become lethargic in his sexual desire, or he may become impotent!Just remember: honesty is the best policy! So if you feel like he is no longer attracted to you etc… just ask. He may not be completely honest at first, but if you relay to him the importance of your feelings and the relationship, he’ll come around.Hope this helps.
   
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Default 01-02-2009, 03:45 AM

He’s either getting it someplace else or he’s really low on testosterone or he’s taking painkillers or antidepressants that you don’t know about or he’s actually gay or something else is wrong. For the sake of marital harmony, he should get a medical check-up.
   
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