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I’m 76, and I’ve had wonderful orgasms without erections from hand jobs and oral sex.” 2. PE is usually considered a young man’s problem, the result of over-excitement in young bucks starting to rut.

But the landmark University of Chicago “Sex in America” study shows that many men—about one-third—report it throughout the lifespan, meaning that PE is men’s most common, most persistent sex problem.

One thing doesn’t change, older men’s—and women’s—ability to enjoy erotic pleasure. It becomes less like the Fourth of July, and more like Thanksgiving. A medically problematic lifestyle, for example, smoking, typically accelerates the changes, and a healthy lifestyle may postpone them, but even men in robust health with exemplary lifestyles experience age-related sexual changes. After 45 and certainly by 50, erections rise more slowly and become less firm and reliable.

However, even without exploding fireworks, the erotic flames can still burn hot and bright—if older men adjust to the changes aging brings, and if women involved with older men understand what’s happening to their lovers. Depending on the man, the changes may develop gradually or surprisingly suddenly, like within six months. Sexual fantasies are no longer enough to raise one.

Unfortunately, many men mistake them for erectile dysfunction (ED) and become anxious that they're nearing the end of the erotic ropes. Anxiety constricts the arteries that carry blood into the penis, making erections even less likely.

It also pleases women, whose most common complaint about men’s lovemaking is that it’s too rushed and too genital focused. For older men, iffy erections and ED become increasingly prevalent.

D, “Relax, breathe deeply, ask for the kind of touch that excites you, and instead of mourning what you’ve lost, focus on the pleasure you can still enjoy.” Even true ED need not limit sexual pleasure, says retired Maryland anesthesiologist Ken Haslam, M.

D., who teaches workshops on sex and aging, “Men don’t need erections to have orgasms.

German researchers surveyed 3,124 older men, 40 percent of whom reported erection difficulties. Young men become aroused more quickly than young women, and many young women complain, “He’s all finished before I even feel aroused.” But older men take longer to feel turned on. My 73 year old boyfriend tried to discuss ED, but his doctor just poo pooed him and seemed to think that it was to be expected at his age. What would be wrong with doing some tests on him, like checking his testosterone level? He isn't able to turn my breasts on or kisses to much. Feeling sexually frustrated can create resentment and make you vulnerable to finding an outlet elsewhere. He has always been pretty lay back through out our relationship.

Ninety-six percent could name an erection drug, but only 9 percent had ever tried one. As older lovers take intercourse off the sexual menu, men no longer need erections, so they don’t need erection drugs. The transition to slower arousal is disconcerting for many men, but it means that the sexual discord of youth can evolve into new sexual harmony. I think there's some age discrimination going on here. My doctor had no problems prescribing a trial of sildenafil citrate (Viagra). Keep trying to reignite the fire of intimacy and encourage him to become more creative. We never married and l have no kids or been married. But love isn't sex and sex isn't love so kind of you to reply. But your right l need to ask him but don't know really how and it feels funny. You present a very common dilemma and your honesty is to be admired.

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