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Creams And Supplements..

Are there any supplements or creams anyone in this group have tried that have gotten okay results? I am just curious just because if there's something out there that would help with ED or low T without a prescription. Not sure if hb would take any of them, just looking for a heads up. Thanks.
atthecrossroads atthecrossroads 31-35, F 4 Responses Aug 6, 2012

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I tried that. My husband just forgot to tell me that he was totally impotent after his heart attack 22 years ago. No intimacy allowed. He's too embarrassed to let me know (married to me for 33 years) that he can't get it up anymore. I assumed he was seeing other women all this time, and because of guilt (church, vows, family, etc.) I decided to be faithful in a sexless, intimacy free marriage until things got better - 50 more years, or maybe 75 years? My husband thinks "if you ignore it, it will go away" (your wife's sex drive) and after all the reading I've done on the subject - offering it to him turns him off more than just finding a replacement! How can anyone live up to being chaste for their entire life when their marriage partner just doesn't give a crap? Other people our age actually think about being intimate in other ways to keep the "love" in the marriage. I've been a cold potato for 22 years because I've been denied all hugs and kisses, and just forget about cuddling!! The only touching I'm allowed to do is massaging his aching muscles, which gets him moaning like he's having the best ****** of his life (That really hurts me, when I recall that he never sounded that way when he actually WAS having an ******. I thought he was always holding his breath... and he tells me I wan't interactive in bed!

This ain't directly helpful to your question, but is relevant to the overall situation.



You have just hit the bottom of the barrel of solutions I think.



You might be able to source some product that claims to work, hell, it might even work if taken / applied by an engaged loving spouse who is as desparate for a fix as you are.



But you haven't got the key ingredient. The committed / engaged / keen-as-mustard-for-a-fix husband.



The fact that it is YOU seeking the magic elixir, and not him, speaks volumes.



Tread your own path.

I assume that you are from Stateside, so I am unsure about what the legal protocols would be there. However, it is not possible in the UK to get such medication without a prescription from a GP. There will be two reasons for this. One, in theory, the doctor will want to see the patient to assess what the overall health picture is in order to ensure that there are not other potential causes for the problem or that the symptoms ie ED are not indicating or hiding other more serious problems like heart disease or diabetes. There also may well be concern about potential side-effects from medication particularly if the medication may be misused.



There is any amount of sh1t being sold out on the Internet of dubious origins and content. I don't really need to say that you should give most of that stuff a very wide birth. There are also claims made for natural/homoeopathic remedies, which are usually controversial simply because they have never gone through rigorous testing.



Is it an issue of cost or is it a matter of just getting him to go to a doctor's? If he is about your age, suffering from ED caused by physiological reasons is unusual but not impossible. You maybe need to accept that one reason for refusing to go to the doctor might be that he KNOWS he isn't suffering from either low libido or ED.



Also, as an aside, the fact that you are asking questions about ED and low libido in the same sentence suggests that you are clutching at straws without any real understanding of what the issue is and what the potential causes are. I am sure that is the statement of the bloody obvious to you. Sorry.