The use of condoms helps maintain safe sex. From protecting against unwanted pregnancies to preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs), condoms are often the best option. They especially come in handy when in a new relationship or a casual encounter. However, finding a condom and placing it on can interrupt the flow of sex.

Additionally, the fear that condoms might cause erectile dysfunction (ED), often gets in the way of regular use for some men. This leads to the burning question that most men may be asking themselves: Do condoms make it harder to maintain an erection?

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We often see commercials or ads about erectile dysfunction, but it’s nowhere near the same in reality. They often tend to show the guy, that can’t get an erection, taking some sort of quick and simple treatment. Then, in quick time, the woman boasts about how she and her man are back to enjoying their fun, crazy sexual activities.

What these ads neglect to show is the painful distress a woman experiences when her man suffers from erectile dysfunction (ED). Of course, the partner diagnosed with ED is going through a lot and is feeling many different emotions. However, the female in this situation is also affected, maybe not in the same way, but in a way. Often what the woman is going through, and how she reacts to the problem can have a huge impact on the man.

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Many people think that women are the only ones who suffer the effects of changing hormones with age, but some doctors are beginning to notice the recent reports saying otherwise.

Men have started reporting similar symptoms that women suffer during perimenopause and menopause, and there are discussions and debates on whether or not men actually go through menopause. So, do they?

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The foods that you eat provide the needed building blocks to power your body. This includes male sexual organs as well. To boost your T-levels, sperm count and health overall, it’s best to fill your day with nutritious whole foods.

Specifically, you want the foods that help your blood deliver the nutrients your sexual organs need in order to function ideally. Your concerns may be about erectile dysfunction, low T-levels or prostate health. Either way, certain foods may help boost your sexual function and health overall.

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