Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Improving your Sexual Performance

Well, that's a slightly loaded question because it's only natural for you to think that you would benefit from improved sexual function. And, just as you might reasonably expect to benefit from improved eyesight, improved memory, improved dexterity or improved anything else to do with your body, surely you would benefit also from improved sexual function.
However, you need to be extremely careful here. Sexual function, quite simply, is not like your eyesight or your memory or your dexterity. It is, in many ways, more delicate and sensitive than any of these things and, in fact, sexual function can actually be damaged by inappropriate attempts to improve it.
In addition, whilst you may well benefit from improved sexual function, you would need to have some degree of dysfunction first in order for this to happen.
How will I know if I have a genuine case of Erectile Dysfunction?
If, over a period of time, you are unable to achieve an erection of sufficient quality or hold it long enough to satisfy your needs or those of your partner and you are finding this an ongoing, frustrating and even stressful situation, then you have genuine Erectile Dysfunction.
You will notice also that your partner is not happy either with the situation and that your Erectile Dysfunction is now beginning to threaten your relationship with her. On the other hand, it may even be that the problem has already ended an otherwise happy relationship.
If this happens, you may find yourself avoiding new relationships altogether fearing, or indeed knowing, that your Erectile Dysfunction will make it impossible to sustain that new relationship.
This situation, avoiding getting into new sexual relationships for fear of failure, is sometimes confused with loss of libido.
And, in certain cases men with Erectile Dysfunction sometimes seek libido-boosting treatments, like testosterone replacement therapy, when in fact what they actually need is to have their condition properly diagnosed and managed by a specialist.
New relationship avoidance and confusing this with lack of libido are both hallmark signs of genuine Erectile Dysfunction.
However, the good news is that specialist advice, guidance and treatment is available to help you find a cure, giving you back your love life and your confidence.

Dr Andrew Rynne.
http://www.doctorrynne.com

Dr Andrew Rynne is a medical practitioner and writer. He has thirty years experience in treating Sexual Dysfunction but most particularly Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation.

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