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(reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

Thank you very much for your reply. I do agree wholeheartedly that he needs to see a doctor, and we have discussed this. I did not bring up the issue of sex, rather, it was over the blood in the stool thing. He just said he does not have health insurance and cannot afford it. I will suggest a clinic as you suggested. I have thought about ED as well, but he is able to get and maintain an erection, just not very quickly. And when he does, it is usually not a full erection, but a partial one. But he does get fully hard if I go down on him. Also, he never loses his erection, and I thought thats what erectile dysfunction was. Does this still sound to you like ED? And if so, how do I approach this topic without hurting his ego? I know this is a very sensitive topic for men. I do love him very much, and if it is indeed a medical thing I will stand by him and not feel so hurt as to give him a hard time about it. But I dont think he would ever bring up sexual problems to a doctor, so how do I go about this and preferably make it his idea? Thank you again for your reply

July 5, 2011 - 7:19pm


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