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My husband did not have an erection when we are making love. He ejaculated twice when I stimulated him orally. He has stopped having nocturnal erections as well. Does this mean he has ED?


It could be he has some degree of erectile dysfunction. If the condition does not improve or becomes worse make an appointment or get your health care provider's referral to see an Endocrinologist (boner doctor). Please don't be afraid to engage your doctor on this issue. Too often people quietly suffer because they are embarrassed. Don't be. We are sexual creatures and having sex is part of what makes us complete.

As men age they typical slow-down. But this slow-down usually does not happen until they reach their mid to late 30s or early 40s or even later.

Your Endocrinologist can run a series of tests and then consider and weigh all factors to develop a diagnosis and treatment plan for your husband.

Make note that if your husband is over-weight, is diabetic or pre-diabetic, has sleep apnea (restricted breathing while sleeping...perhaps snoring), has a eating disorder or does not eat well balanced meals, or has other physical ailments or hormonal problems...all can contribute towards erectile dysfunction. Hormonal imbalances such as low testosterone (Low-T) development (a pituitary/testicle issue) can cause varying degrees of erectile dysfunction. But this can be reversed through proper medical treatment (clomiphene citrate or the patch, for example) to replenish his levels of testosterone back to normal.

It is best that you get on top of this right away (LOL) as the sooner your doctor can pin-point the cause of the ED the sooner treatment can get started to reverse and/or cure his slow down.

Also, don't forget to ask for a prescription for Viagra (Vitamin V) or any of the other similar medications to allow your husband to hit a home run while you wait for the treatment to speed him up again and back to normal.