Normally at Rest

The COVID-19 pandemic has been linked to erectile dysfunction.  Anything that someone does not want to talk about, can end up being a difficult conversation, but avoiding or delaying something that you are reluctant to talk about, can hurt your relationship.  It’s important to get past your awkward feelings and talk things over with your partner, so you can both move beyond the stress and start working together.  If this happens, it’s most likely not because of something that either of you did or didn’t do and nobody should be blamed, so there is no need for either of you to apologize, as things normally change with age.

A guy could lose his erection if he drinks too much alcohol, or if he loses his interest in doing it, if he is overweight or has diabetes, or if he has been laying pipe somewhere else.  It is possible that as time passes this could work it self out, or this could be a medical condition that needs treatment.  The shaft is the longest part of the penis and the head or glans is located at the end of the shaft.  Every erection (penis swelling and stiffening) starts in the brain and this can occur because of something you saw, felt, smelled, heard, or thought and that makes your nerves send chemical messages to the blood vessels in your penis.  Random erections can occur out of nowhere, without any sexual stimulation.  If a man’s penis doesn’t get hard enough to have sexual intercourse, or he has difficulty maintaining this, he might want to take the blue pill.

Written for Linda G. Hill’s ‘Life in progress’ JusJoJan January prompt of limp.

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