DEAR DEIDRE: EVERYTHING is going well with my new partner and we have a lot in common but I’m struggling to perform in the bedroom.
She says she is in it for the long haul and won’t desert me but I’d really like to get this sorted.
Listen to the NEW Dear Deidre podcast
Resident agony aunt Sally Land is taking The Sun’s legendary advice column from the page to podcast.
Each week, Sally will be joined by an expert and some of your favourite celebs to give helpful, entertaining advice to listener problems.
A brand new episode will be available every THURSDAY.
Listen HERE, or wherever you get your podcasts.
I’m 56 and she is 53. We’ve been together for six months and she is the best thing to happen to me in more than four years.
My wife of 25 years died very suddenly and it took me a while to even consider dating again.
The problem is every time we go to bed I struggle to get an erection.
I’ve tried lots of different pills and nothing makes a difference.
Get in touch with Deidre
Every problem gets a personal reply, usually within 24 hours weekdays.
Send an email to [email protected]
You can also send a private message on the DearDeidreOfficial Facebook page.
Most read in The Sun
Boris gives thumbs up & arrives in UK with support to be PM – but Rishi leads
Former EastEnders star dies backstage after performing in play
Boris jets back from holiday in bid to wrestle back the keys to No10
Inside The Gambia's sex tourist industry where Brit grans bonk toyboys
DEIDRE SAYS: I’m sorry to hear that your wife died and am sending you my bereavement support pack which may help you understand what you’re feeling right now.
It’s crucial you talk to your doctor, to rule out any underlying medical cause.
If you’re still getting early morning erections it’s likely this response is purely psychological and projecting as guilt for somehow being unfaithful to your late wife.
This issue is then often worsened by anxiety.
I’m also sending you my support pack, Erection Problems, which has practical help on how to get back on the right track.
Source: Read Full Article