My only issue with them is that they didn't work for my boyfriend. They were very expensive and not covered by his insurance either. I'd happily take any other issues that came up if it meant we could have sex though.
...well, the only pertinence of ED drugs to libido issues fall within the situation where a medical issue is causing the ED, which has in turn raised the sexual tension (not a good tension) of a couple resulting in a dampening of libido to avoid failure for the male partner, which I am sure is very
yeah, that's what's so hard for many of us to wrap our minds around...it doesn't make a difference to desire, but as long as the *intent* is there it works?
....you would want to override it if involved with a woman you loved and wanted to be sexual with and who wanted to be sexual with you, especially if the issues with your erection were a result of prostate cancer treatment or another medical issue that had nothing to do with the relationship but everything to do with the relationship...but, one thing the meds won't do is make you desire sex...
Perhaps, but that does not negate my "I" statement.
For me, ED works well when I should not have started sex in the first place.