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How can I solve my husband's psychological problem that he can't have sex ?

hi..my husband is of 48 years and he is having psychlogical problem that he has made a pshycological thinking thah he can not do sex...and most of the time when he tries to do sex he fails to perform...and due to this many suicidal ideas comes in his mind.he is suffering from this problem for last 25 years..he consulted a psychiatrist but no relief was there....
Asked On : Sun, 26 Jun 2011
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As a life partner of him you can rule out what is exactly fear in his mind.
try this skillfully by discussing on d subjects he likes.you can make d best counseling as a wife.never put any pressure or make negative thinking.
Vajikaran Therapy in Ayurved is quite useful.
Answered: Sun, 26 Jun 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
hi,iqra
thanks for query
it seems that he might have some erectid dysfunction.
as he cycologicaly disturbed aggreways his condition he can take vigra after advice of your doctor
as he got suicidal tendency you should consult psychiatrist again as soon as possible as this may cause great lose in life
counseling with psychologist you will get impovement
ok & bye
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Psychiatrist Dr. Keerthish Shetty's  Response
Before calling it psychological, it is important to rule out physical causes, either by detailed history, tests or both. Sexual activity is a complicated process, and problem in any of its components can cause problems. A detailed evaluation is necessary for zeroing in on the exact cause or causes, which include decreased sexual desire, guilt (if any), strained relationship with spouse, psychological probelms like depression and anxiety, physical problems like diabetes and also some medication.

It is advisable to take a second opinion from a psychiatrist (especially one who runs a speciality sexual clinic because not everyone is comfortable dealing with such problems) to get the problem sorted out. Psychiatric consultation becomes more important now as your husband has suicidal thoughts. Try to remain calm and dont blame each other for the condition.
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