If you’re here, it’s probably because you’ve not been able to get it up. Or keep it up. Or you’ve got a feeling that the getting-up could be going better. Whichever it is, you’re in the right place. And you’re not alone.
In fact, 30% of young men have had an issue getting it up. And a shocking 75% of men with these issues never get them sorted out. But you’re in that 25% who don’t want to deal with them forever. Good for you. Let’s get started.
There’s a number of reasons why you might not be able to get it up. You don’t need to know exactly what’s causing your issues right now. But you should think about whether it’s physical or psychological.
If you think there’s a physical element, you should go and see your doctor. Ignoring physical symptoms could cause long lasting damage. Check out the video to find out more.
would encourage their
partner to try non-medical solutions to get it up.
In 1999 the American Medical Association found that 5% of men between 18 and 59 had experienced issues. In 2010, the University of San Paulo found rates of erection issues in men under 40 was at 35%.
This questionnaire will help you understand how severe your issue is and how much work there is to do. You can do this whenever you want to check your progress.
Learn to pay attention to your body, your mood, your habits. Not sure if your problem is physical or psychological? Let's find out.
80% of men who’ve experienced it say there was at least some psychological component to their issue.
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