Sexual issues with boyfriend of 7 years

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Sexual issues with boyfriend of 7 years

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    amandafohio
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    April 10, 2013 at 1:45 pm #28280
    Sexual issues with boyfriend of 7 years

    Heres the issue, my boyfriend has some health issues that prevent him from being able to get an errection. It is causing a lot of problems in the relationship due to the fact that I want and need to have sex and he cannot. (but also wants to). Everytime we try to even get intimate it turns into a disapointment, even tried everything that doesnt involve actual intercourse. Now this has gone on for almost 7 years, Im really trying to be strong and not look shallow by breaking up with him because of that but I am also 28 years old and dont want to never be able to have sex again. Im also getting very tempted to find someone else behind his back but I havent yet and feel if I did this its bad and selfish, but Im so tossed. He is also my best friend. What should I do?

    OrlandoJoe
    OrlandoJoe
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    April 11, 2013 at 4:35 pm #28433

    Have you tried going to see a doctor together? An expert physician might be able to give you better tips. If there’s literally nothing you can do because of his health issue then maybe your bf might be open to some new “experiments” with you and another guy, that is ONLY if he’s ok with it. Don’t cheat on him over that, you’re the only one who will feel shallow, he’ll just be more disappointed. I’m sure you two can find a resolution together…