Living with erectile dysfunction (ED) can certainly complicate romance
and dating. For many men, it is a humiliating hurdle, and some would
rather avoid sex altogether than discuss it with a new partner. But as
ED meds become more and more widespread, the stigma of ED has begun to
decline and partner discussions have gotten easier.
Kenneth Cheng (not his real name), 57, from St. Louis, struggled for a long
time with the difficulty of discussing his erectile dysfunction with
partners. "It's embarrassing and in the single world, you get one shot
and that's it," he says. "If you blow it, women will move on."
Here's what he learned. 1. Don't wait till you're naked Thompson
talks about his erectile dysfunction when it's clear that a
relationship is about to become sexual; he warns against waiting until
you're both naked or letting your partner discover on his or her own.
"There's no feeling worse than being thrown out of a woman's house or
hotel room because it doesn't work," he says.
2. Tell her you're working on it What
can also help lessen the blow is to explain what you're doing to help
correct ED. "Women like the idea that you're doing something to fix the
problem," says Thompson.
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