It's Not You, It's Not Me
*Read on for the full report on women's perspectives on ED.
Send this message to your partner and get your sex life back on track*
"I know things haven't been great for us in the bedroom recently but there are lots of things which can help. Let's talk about what we can do xxx"
*Message written by Dr. Louisa Draper, Medical Director at Superdrug Online Doctor
It's Not You, It's Not Me, It's ED
Erectile dysfunction is a common condition that affects men everywhere – but it also affects their partners. In fact, people whose partners struggle with erectile dysfunction or ED (defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection to the desired level) may feel hurt, rejected, or suspicious – and some may even blame themselves for the situation.
We wanted to spark honest dialogue about this difficult subject, as well as to understand how ED affects women in relationships with ED sufferers, so we asked 1,000 men and 1,000 women to share their ED-related experiences via a survey. How do women feel when their partners suffer from erectile dysfunction? How do they broach the subject with their partners? And, most important, what helps them navigate this challenging issue in their relationship? See what our male and female respondents had to say on the subject.