The reason could be physical. Or, he’s so anxious about finances, he can’t focus on lovemaking.
Landmark studies by University of Chicago researchers found that one-third of men between 50 and 64 years old suffer from erectile dysfunction, and that figure jumps to approximately 44 percent for men between 65 and 85. Although most of these men have the option to take drugs to stimulate erection, many simply refuse.
Even though your partner can’t satisfy you with a traditional erection, there are enough alternatives to keep you happy. But you love him and you know he’s frustrated, and upset. If both of you are willing to try something new that will give him great satisfaction, if not an erection, try giving him a prostate massage.
LELO, the world leader in intimate lifestyle products, saw a 200% sales increase in male anal pleasure products in 2015, and expects as much as a 400% increase in 2016. “This will be the year we see a huge revolution in mainstream sexual attitudes,” says Steve Thomson, chief marketing officer at LELO. If you’re blushing or horrified at the thought of this, it might help to know a little about this small male gland. We asked Dr. Elizabeth Kavaler, a New York urologist in private practice, to be our teacher.