I was wondering if anyone could answer a question about erectile dysfunction- or- more crudely not being able to maintain and erection. My husband who is only 42 has been having trouble with this- not every time but fairly often the last few months. We've been married 20 years- we've had problems the last couple of years, almost splitting up- but we've been very civilized and cooperative in trying to work that out. He is under a lot of stress at work but claims it's okay right now- he works for his father and does all the work without the glory or salary to show for it- but he claims he's fine with this too- although he's been screwed over by his dad consistently for 19 years- lots of promises that never came true and he never felt he could leave- he swears he's at peace with it. He's been historically not as sexually driven as other guys I hear about, doesn't want it as often, would rather sleep- he swears he's attracted to me and that it has nothing to do with me. He's in good health, a skinny healthy guy. The last few years its taken longer and longer for him to arrive- to finish if you know what I mean- but I had read and he said that it's normal with aging. It just doesn't make any sense. We were really having a good time lately and finally feeling good about the marriage- I promise I haven't said anything negative or hurt his feelings in any way- I always watch it because he is sensitive. ANYONE got any ideas about what's going on with him from experience or from something they read? I'm starting to think our problems are deeper than I thought- and I don't want to think that.
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