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My husband has erectile dysfunction - sometimes I think it is my fault.
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Don't blame yourself or beat yourself over this. Well for these sort of things,blood flow is key. Is he on any blood pressure medications? That will be a reason he's not pumped up so to speak.
If he's not on medications that could be getting in the way,get him to see a Urologist.
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vibe
Mother nature is no fault of yours. What your husband needs more than anything is for you to remain confident in yourself mentally and sexually. Imagine how he must feel as well. Don't isolate yourself into thinking that there's something you could do differently b/c there's not. Seek medical treatment and let him know you're still attracted to him. You just have to get over this hump, be there for each other and the rest will fall into place