Just wondering if I'm alone in this but I believe my husband is suffering from manopause. He has trouble w/keeping an erection even with Levitra/viagra. So, sex lately has been disappointing and I feel helpless because of his feeling of inadequacy. He had to have a prostrate biopsy in Aug due to rising PSA (thank God it was negative) but since then things have gone down hill (no pun intended). He also lacks "luster", is tired, achy, etc. He goes in for another PSA & physical in Dec so hopefully he will talk to the doctor about his issue. Its hard talking to him about this because he tends to take things personal and seems to turn things around to where I feel its my fault. Anyways, HELP
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