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Do men have the urge for sex if they suffer E.D?

Asked by honeybun35 (979points) 3 weeks ago

Was watching a video on YouTube and this man said how depressed he is from having an e.d from a prostate cancer surgery. He was saying sex doesn’t feel the same even if he takes a pill. He also says he pushes woman away and ghost them.

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zenvelo's avatar

Yes, even with ED, men can still have desire for sexual satisfaction. It is possible for men to still climax to ejaculation even without an erection.

MrGrimm888's avatar

The body, is not always as willing as the mind.

From talking to other guys, it’s at least an occasional issue, even when you are young and healthy.
Alcohol, or drug use, can effect performance for a male as well.

Most of it, IS in the mind. Many mamals, have an extra-skeletal bone in their penis. A “Baculum,” that provides the “hardness” required for most penetration.

Human males, have to rely on blood flow. As age advances, things can be tricky.
Especially if someone is a little neurotic, they will eventually have some difficulty.

Females, obviously loose some of their ability to naturally produce vaginal lubricant, as they age.

A lot of guys are jealous, that “all a girl has to do is lay there.”

The desire for sex, does not seem to slow at a matching pace, with their hardware.

There is also the fact that it can be very physically exerting, to do the work required.

It’s possible that ED, is not the only problem.

As long as a male has testicles, they will always at least think about sex. I have heard of child molesters, having their testicles removed with the aim of no longer desiring young children. But in most of those cases, the men still had pedophilia after the procedure.

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