Erectile Dysfunction at a Young Age is Unusual but Not Unheard Of

Life with Erectile Dysfunction Isn’t Fun, But There is Hope

I was 27 years old the first time I visited a doctor for erectile dysfunction. I always thought it was an old man’s problem, but it had been happening long enough that I finally got the nerve to so seek professional help from a physician. Here I was, happily married to a beautiful woman, but my ability to get and maintain an erection had become increasingly difficult to achieve.

Obviously this put a strain on my marriage and my self-confidence. My wife started to take it personally, and no matter what I said, she still thought my problems were because she was unattractive. That was completely false, but it didn’t keep her from having those thoughts.

As you guys know, once you start having erectile dysfunction at a young age, the problem just snowballs. The pressure to perform becomes even greater, which is counterproductive to having great sex. When it got to be too much is when I started looking for help.


I was embarrassed the first time I had to make an appointment, but I’m glad I did. It has taken a while to find ways to overcome my problems, but slowly my wife and I have found ways to have better and better sex all the time.

And so can you! Take a look around at some of the things I’ve tried and compare it to what you have tried. I am not a doctor or scientist. I’m just a guy in my 30s who is having to live life with erectile dysfunction. I feel like I have tried everything that is available in the market. Erectile dysfunction is not a problem just for “old guys.” It can happen to anyone, and if it does there is no need to despair. There are ways to make things better.

My hope is that my experience can help other men and the women in their lives have more satisfying sex lives.