| | Erectile Dysfunction - 20 years old
Ah, where to begin,
My first sexual encounter was about 3 and a half years ago when I was 16 years old. My girlfriend and I tried to have sex 4-5 times and I couldn't get an erection sufficient enough to enter. Since then I've tried an additional 7-8 times with no success. About six weeks ago, I was fed up, depressed, down in the dumps, so I saw my doctor and he put me on Wellbutrin. Lately I've become worried that the cause is not psychological. After all, I am really attracted to all of these women and if they're willing to have sex with me, they're obviously attracted to me. I'm convinced that the depression is a consequence of the ED rather than a cause for it. I have another doctor's appointment on Monday and plan to explain all of this to the doctor, but what are the chances he prescribes me something to fix the problem? I know prescribing Viagra to a 20-year-old is unorthodox to say the least, but I am obviously in need of medical assistance and every doctor I have told has just assumed that I am depressed or being affected by performance anxiety. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks
Last edited by anonymous2330; 03-03-2012 at 07:23 PM.