Hey well, tbh, I was a bit scared of posting all this, but its better to just get it over with...
Basicly, sometimes I have problems getting hard,
Sometimes I'll be watching Porn, and I'll end up getting an erection straight away, but sometimes i'll have to watch a bit of a video for a while before I get hard,
Or sometimes I have to struggle to get hard,
Same goes with ejaculating too,
Sometimes it'll be easy, sometimes I'll have to struggle,
Although nearly all the time I end up ejaculating with the thought of my ex, (We broke up in January)
Although if I'm out I ALWAYS look at other Women, at like, there hips/butt/chest...
I tend to suffer with depression half the time and I tend to not get alot of sleep,
But I'm starting college in September and really wanting to find myself a new girlfriend, and to be able to get intimate with her, but I'm worried that I won't be able to get it up or something, no matter how much I want to get intimate with her. (I'm still a virgin... *is ashamed* >_<)
I'm just worried that this isn't "normal" and that I will have problems in the Bedroom which I don't want... :\
I need advice because I don't wanna screw anything up...
Nothing to be ashamed about (being a virgin). I'm 27, and have been battling psychological ED forever it seems like. Every new girl in my life I have to wait to get comfortable with them or something before I can "get it up". I am currently in that boat right now and it is frustrating! We been dating for a month and I'm still having problems though I feel like it is getting better. Don't stress with it man, it is just who you are. When I first meet a girl I completely lose my sex drive for some reason even though I may be really into them. It is kind of like I have to build a new sex life from scratch including finding what arouses me about that individual. It is annoying but I have come to accept it as just who I am and I talk to my partners about it and that takes a lot of pressure off. As far as medication, I have tried viagra with limited success. think it is because my problem is psychological and not physical.