Will Just Reestablishing an Erection Will Result in Sexual Intercourse ?

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SQ Question # 6

 For men with erectile dysfunction just reestablishing an erection will NOT result in sexual intercourse!

 

Just because he has an erection doesn’t mean she is going to let him use it! ‘

 50% of female partners ‘refused to cooperate’with their male partners ED treatment. Why? Because unless she knows her needs will be fulfilled she will most likely be a less than willing participant.
Re-establishing an erection and re-establishing mutually satisfying sexual relationship are not the same thing. 
The origins of ED is often multifactorial, with organic, psychological, and behavioral factors all interacting, re-establishing successful sexual satisfaction depends on identifying and addressing all the factors.
Effective treatments for erectile dysfunction (ED) are available; however, reestablishing erectile function does not necessarily reestablish a satisfying sexual relationship… So begins a research study funded by Pfizer.  (Viagra sales totaled $1.9 billion last year for Pfizer.)
Keeping sex alive within relationships requires mutual sexual satisfaction…
The female partner may be less interested to offer adequate sexual stimulation and positive reinforcing feedback if she feels, she is unlikely to get what is important for her own sexual satisfaction
When female Partners of Men with ED were asked ‘What is your favorite part of sexual behavior?’(2)

 

Only 37% reported sexual intercourse

Majority answered foreplay 60%

 

 

Without surprise since 70% of women require clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm, female sexual satisfaction is rarely achieved through penetration of intercourse alone:

 

62% of female partners of men who present with ED had developed sexual difficulties themselves and in only 8% of the cases did the female sexual dysfunction precede the onset of the ED.( 5)

More than just physical competency is required to keep sex alive within a relationship.
To keep partner from losing interest these important requirements:

– Positive Reinforcement Between Partners – Communications (cards and games)

– Sexual Stimulation

– Novelty of Sexual Behavior

Most women are more interested in additional foreplay than intercourse; stimulating foreplay will always make her orgasm quicker and better.


Did you know?

As happy couples know, the key to a great sex life often includes experimentation.
Mutual Masturbation is a stimulating foreplay activity that has intimate relationship benefits extending way beyond the bedroom, for those couples that engage in it and it seems over 60% have.

Keeping Sex Alive Within a Relationship Requires Sexual Satisfaction

Sex toys and vibrators are designed to bring couples closer together by enhancing their intimate activities with increased sexual pleasures. Bedroom toys have many benefits for couples and for women a vibrator is a sure way to give her an orgasm creating a fulfilling experience, guaranteed to give you both the most pleasurable, sensual sexual satisfaction..

Only 17% of women are likely to have an actual orgasm during vaginal intercourse because the clitoris does not receive sufficient stimulation from intercourse alone. A vibrator is the most intense direct clitoral stimulation technique. View

Female masturbation is one the best treatment for women that have trouble achieving an orgasm.
The National Institute of Health recommends the use of vibrators as an effective way for women to achieve an orgasm .

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