How do guys find out they have ED? I was hooking up with a younger guy and he couldn't stay hard?

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  • Myths and Facts About Erectile Dysfunction
    There's a lot of misinformation about the causes and treatments of erectile dysfunction (ED). To know the facts, you may need to bust some myths along the way.

    Erectile Dysfunction and Age
    Myth: ED is a normal part of growing older and men have to learn to live with it.

    Fact: Although ED is more common among older men, that doesn't mean it's something you have to live with.

    It's not unusual for older men to need more stimulation to help get them aroused than they did when they were younger. But there's no reason you won't be able to enjoy sex as you get older. Lots of guys are able to get erections well into their senior years, and there's likely no reason that you can't be one of them.

    Myth: Erectile dysfunction doesn't affect younger men.

    Fact: Although ED is more common in men over 75, guys of any age can have it.
    Erectile Dysfunction and Overall Health
    Myth: ED may be upsetting, but there's nothing dangerous about it.

    Fact: Although ED itself isn't dangerous, it can be an early warning sign of a serious health condition, such as diabetes or heart problems.

    It's important to see your doctor if you have ED. A medical exam not only helps you figure out the cause of the problem and find a treatment that can return you to a more active sex life, it may also alert you to an illness that needs immediate treatment.

    Myth: If you have trouble getting an erection, it's because you're not attracted to your partner

    Fact: Many things cause erection problems. Although lack of sexual attraction to your partner might be one of them, it's far more likely to be something else.

    ED can be caused by:

    Heart problems, such as high blood pressure and atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries)
    Diabetes (between 35% and 50% of men with diabetes get ED)
    Some medications for blood pressure, anxiety, and depression
    Nerve disorders, like Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis
    Hormone problems
    Mood problems such as stress, anxiety, and depression
    Smoking and drinking alcohol
    Certain types of prostate and bladder surgery

  • They find out when it doesn’t get hard.

    But his lack of erection could have been nerves, stress, alcohol, lack of sexual interest, etc.

    • I feel like he was into me. he kept kissing me and saying he was ganna make me beg him to stop

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  • Was it a one time thing?

  • Momnfun, I'm sorry for the problems you had with him.

  • Maybe he was stoned.
    After four days without sleep my dick feels like a cold piece of leather. With a long BJ my dick get even then hard but it's not like when I'm fit and fresh.

  • Likely psychological not physiological.
    Either you’re unattractive and he’s just trying to get psyched up enough to nut and his body is like “bruh no way we goin in there” or he is self conscious about his performance. Nothing drains the boner blood faster than a guy who is worried about that.

  • No am perfectly ohkk. and long enough...

  • How do guys find out they have ED? I was hooking up with a younger guy and he couldn't stay hard?
  • He seems chronic wanker to me

  • Damn that's a good question. I get hard when the wind blows lol I hate it too

  • I've discovered it the second time I hooked up. One time things are just not for everyone.

  • Probably he was just nervous