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Difficulty in getting erection. Trying to conceive. Solution?

Hi doc, my husband used to get normal erections always. but now that we hv started trying for a baby, we are having more sex than usual. initially he ws ok, but then he used to get erection but not able to maintain it thru out the session. im worried because we never had sex so frequently before, and now when we want to have our family, he is not able to do so. pls help.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Jun 2015
Hello dear..
Regarding the problem of Erectile dysfunction, it is due to decreased blood supply to the penis.
Though medications are available, like Sildenafil citrate, which increase blood flow to penis & maintains erection, they should be taken under the guidance of a Doctor.
It can be improved by having a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, nuts & honey.
Studies have also shown that erectile dysfunction is also related to anxiety.
So...tell your husband not to worry & stay relaxed during the intercourse.
Avoid smoking & alcohol.
He can also do oil massage of the increases blood flow & maintains the erection.
One more thing...he should avoid consuming any over the counter medication which claim to improve may be harmful.

Wishing a Healthy Life.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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