The first step to sorting out your erectile problems might be a big one. Some people never take it. Here it is. Admit that there is a problem. You love or fancy your wife/partner/girlfriend, and yet your body does not respond as it should, or indeed as it used to years ago. Don’t hide the problem in a welter of embarrassment. You are not alone. Millions of men for one reason or another, suffer from erectile dysfunction; what used to be known as impotence. It is common, and very common in older men.
Once you have admitted that there is an issue, decide that you want to treat it. Why would you not want to unless you were genuinely not interested in sex anymore? Sex can make you and your partner feel alive, vital, living, and loving. And, oh yes, it’s a great feeling to have great sex!
The next step is to consult a qualified clinician. Maybe your GP or an online pharmacist from a reliable company. Don’t trust what a mate told you down the pub. A small number of men will not be able to have an easy remedy for their ED, and ED drugs can be dangerous if you are taking other medication or have a medical condition. Because the issue is so common, your GP will most likely have a number of men on his/her books with ED and will be able to talk you comfortable and knowledgeably through the options.
The next step is, provided you have been given a prescription, is to acquire the drug. Cialis is one of the most popular oral ED treatments and is often a first choice. Buy the drug with the prescription at your local pharmacy or at an online store.
The final step is to follow the instructions that come with the pills and prepare for your sexual encounter/engagement. Don’t have too much alcohol, don’t have a heavy meal, and don’t worry! The drug works, without side effects for a majority of men, and those that experience side effects, find them too mild to stop taking the drug.
The last step is to go back to your clinician if there are any problems and discuss them. Or get a repeat prescription if the drug worked as intended.
These simple steps may be all that is required to get your sex life back on track and start enjoying the physical side of relationships again.