things are still new in the relationship but going very good,Intimicy is off to a great start and I dont want to "upset the apple cart"I m 47,and she is 40,I do see a future,and think I should tell her,as for my dysfuction,theres some,but to figure it out well I would need a commited partner,do I wait,or do I tell?
Better to tell her now than later.
There is nothing to be embarrassed by. Erectile dysfunction doesn't happen due to anyone's fault so you are not to blame for it. Medical situations do arise and thank goodness there are medicines out there that can help and make life better.
I truly hope that she is understanding and if she is really worth it she'll understand. Things like erectile dysfunction can happen to anyone at any age. All the best.
Now, I have to say I am over 70, and I use Cialis, and have been married 49 years, but, I tried to imagine if I were younger, and single, and in a relationship, and consider your question. Why do you need to even bring it up? Would you mention any other prescription? Why would she care? It is not as if you are flawed in some way, and need to admit to a physical problem that might give pause to the future of the relationship. Of course, if asked about it, or, if asked "What medications do you take?" a lie would not be appropriate, even by omission. But, I see no reason to bring it up, or a necessity to reveal it. (It is also true that the medical profession fails us by entering so many wrong terms into our language and thought, e.g. "erectile dysfunction". That term is neither helpful or accurate.
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