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Why do some Men lose their Erection in the Middle of Sexual Intercourse?

A man losing an erection during intercourse is one issue that most men will experience at some point in their life, and it is completely normal!

The majority of men, before seeking help from a Clinical Sexologist, will already have tried the pharmaceutical approach, or visit their urologist which for many men ends up in not resolving their erection problem.

what causes a man to lose his hard on

Most of the time it is psychological although it is recommended to see a urologist if a man is experiencing blood pressure issues, taking a new medication, or not being able to get a full erection at any time.

Unfortunately too many urologists will suggest Viagra or check testosterone levels and offer that as a solution, which neither one is a solution.

The problem itself is usually brought on by a man feeling that if he is not preforming sexually at all time then there is something wrong with him. Men are expected in our society to always be interested and ready for sex. This is one myth that leads to anxiety surrounding sex, the pressure to perform can cause erectile dysfunction that a pill will not cure.

Sexual intercourse, the act of penetration, being the main focus of the the sexual experience is another myth that can cause problems with a man that does have trouble maintaining an erection. Men are better advised to enjoy and focus on being in the moment of the sexual experience rather than the end result. Massage, oral sex, using fingers and or sex toys can divert the pressure to perform and allow the erection to come back naturally.

When a man does lose his erection in the middle of intercourse, it would be helpful for his partner to continue to enjoy the closeness or try a new position, take a break, or focus on other parts of the body. Once a man has lost his erection in the middle of intercourse and then begins to think about it, this compounds the problem. A man may be completely excited and still lose an erection, which most partners wont understand as well, thinking that perhaps their partner is not attracted to them or cheating on them, this of course again adds to the problem.

Erection issues, sexual dysfunction can be age related and or use of drugs, alcohol and smoking

As a man ages the blood flow being pumped to the penis is not as fast as when he was in his youth… Many men around the age of fifty start questioning whether their penis is “working the same and/ or why it takes longer to rise.” The reason is because the blood flow to the penis and the muscles that push the ejaculatory fluid out have aged as well. The speed and explosive nature of the fluid decreases and slows but a man can slow the aging process down by keeping his PC muscles strong with kegel exercises, penis exercises, eating healthy and keeping fit. Taking medication, drinking alcohol or drugs can also decrease blood flow.

For many men as they age they also require more mental stimulation as well as direct contact to the penis, balls and prostate. Mental stimulation is very important as well as reducing anxiety.

One solution is to get a penis ring and place it at the base of the penis to keep the blood inside the penis. Another solutions is to get a penis pump it can help with blood flow as well. The best solution thought is to get your partner involved and help to bring back the blood flow by hand stimulation or oral stimulation, not making an issue out of it. For more information and help with this problem visit www.edtreatmentindia.com

Nikesh Sharma

Nikesh Sharma is a health and beauty writer, independent researcher with a long history and expertise of providing reliable and relatable health content for magazines, newsletters, websites including blogs and journals. He also enjoy exploring men’s and women’s health category writing articles about sex and relationships, product review and providing information on health.

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