Interracial Relationship Advice: I Think My Boyfriend Has An Erectile Dysfunction!

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Hey there,

I am a 21 year old white woman and I met this handsome and really nice black man at a wedding dinner for a mutual friend. We got along really get and have been on several dates. 

My problem with him started the first time we had sex. It only lasted 10 minutes. He felt bad but I told him it must have been anxiety, etc. and was sure next time would be better. We’ve had sex three times now and things are still the same. As much as I like him, I don’t see a future for us with the way things are.

How do I break it to him gently without being too insensitive?

Hi there,

These things happen and it’s mostly because men are generally afraid of seeing a doctor when they’re ill or have a problem going on. A sexual dysfunction isn’t any different.

  1. The approach I’ll recommend really depends on how much you like him. If you value the friendship outside dating, then you can
  2. let him know your reason for wanting to end the relationship. You should probably let him know erectile dysfunction are common disorders and can be treated.
  3. Of if you don’t care about maintaining a friendship, simply tell him things aren’t working out and you would like to move on.

Erectile dysfuntion

Erectile dysfunction (impotence) occurs when a man can no longer get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. Having erection trouble from time to time isn’t necessarily a cause for concern. But if erectile dysfunction is an ongoing problem, it may cause stress, cause relationship problems or affect your self-confidence.

Even though it may seem awkward to talk with your doctor about erectile dysfunction, go in for an evaluation. Problems getting or keeping an erection can be a sign of a health condition that needs treatment, such as heart disease or poorly controlled diabetes. Treating an underlying problem may be enough to reverse your erectile dysfunction.

If treating an underlying condition doesn’t help your erectile dysfunction, medications or other direct treatments may work. Visit MayoClinic to continue reading…

Good luck!

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9 thoughts on “Interracial Relationship Advice: I Think My Boyfriend Has An Erectile Dysfunction!

  1. How can an adult man not know what is considered normal in sexual intercourse and what isn’t. If he isn’t concerned that he has a problem, why should you? I say leave him and find yourself a real man.

  2. Every man has an idea of what is considered normal within the context of sexual intercourse. If he is not concerned. then I don’t think the woman should concern herself with him.

  3. There are a lot of treatments available to remedy erectile dysfunction problems. Treatments are available both in natural and medical ways. However, not all men are willing to admit that they need help or they are suffering from ED especially for younger men.

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