Should you discuss sexual problems with your partner?
When it comes to any sexual disorder in men or women, it is important to discuss it with your partner. These days, the maximum percentage of patients suffering from common issues like ED or early ejaculation are of the age group 25-35. Our generation relies too much on what they see online like watching adult videos, movies and reading blogs by non-medical field bloggers. The young generation relies too much on visual content to masturbate, leading to psychogenic erectile dysfunction resulting in dependence on videos and images to achieve an erection. When the time comes for physical activities, the patient fails miserably in getting a hard-on.
Even when everything is fine, men are worried if they would be able to satisfy their partners or not. Reason - in adult videos and movies, it is often shown that men are supposed to go on for 30-60 mins without break, and only after that can the woman achieve an orgasm. This is wrong and people should not compare themselves. Every individual is different and unique. Women don't achieve orgasms as men do. Your relationship with her, mental state, affection, love and, respect play more important roles than just the size of your organ. Just to increase confidence, men prefer to take pills to increase performance artificially on their first night (after an arranged marriage) but what they forget is that doing something like this will only increase false hopes in her mind. She will be expecting the same performance every time you get involved. It is quite obvious you won't be able to show the same strength naturally which results in performance anxiety thus creating issues. Stay natural and don't discuss your sexual issues with your friends or colleagues instead talk with an expert sexologist doctor.
Discussing problems with your partner is considered to be the best option as they are the ones who support you in your life's ups and downs. Letting them help you will only help improve the bonding. The same thing goes for people who think size matters in order to satisfy a woman which is again wrong. Penetrative sex is not the only way to help her reach to climax. Oral is considered safe and can be used often in sexual activities. Proper foreplay is always recommended which further turns her on. More than size, your stamina matters. I hope this content helped you understand the importance of sharing your problems with someone you care about.