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The last relationship I was in, there was a time or two when I wasn't "up to it" when she was. I'm not talking about just being entirely too sleepy or fatigued, which did happen at times, thoroughly desireable to me though she was.

Usually, I'd get with her whenever I felt like it, or whenever she felt like initiating sex, unless one or both of us was too sleepy or fatigued.


If you are seeing a girl and it seems promising, I'd refrain from self-gratification/masturbating, and maybe even looking at porn.

Even though you are obviously already interested in her, I think it will help you be more oriented toward her.

The reason I say 'maybe' about the porn is that it could have one of two effects on your relationship:



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[*]it could increase your drive toward her if temporarily: such as if you're revved up from looking at porn, and she is willing to provide release to you.
(This is one of the selling points of the sex industry).
[*]it could alienate you from her eventually, or perhaps more immediately:[/list] you could become more oriented to the porn images you might choose to consume.


With the new girl you are seeing, try not to be overly concerned with sex and the mechanics of it ( only one of many aspects of intimacy in relationships ) . Focus instead on intimacy of the relationship, and let things happen naturally.



If it will reassure you as a backup plan, erectile enhancement/promotion drugs such as Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra, are available fairly easily, even though they are prescription drugs.


Also, monitor your activity, whether work or free-time related:

For example, if you spend a lot of your time on a bike seat, that can cause E.D. ( impotency ).

Make sure you are eating enough and properly: a balanced diet promotes a health sex drive; fasting ( going with out food ) can lower sex drive.

Being around an environment where you might be prone to ingest certain chemicals, including smoking or secondary smoke, also increases the risk for E.D.