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Yes, it's part of growing older, that's why Viagra is so popular.


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yes

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yes its called erectile dysfunction

'What Causes Erectile Dysfunction?

A person can experience erectile dysfunction due to number of reasons some are physical and others are mental/psychological in nature. Some people can’t induce desire for sex in them which leads to the flaccid erection, some people simply cannot hold it long enough due to the inability of their penis to hold enough blood and be firm for a normal time period. Main physical causes behind erectile dysfunction are side effects of drugs abuse, injury to genitals that lead to disturbance in the natural process of attaining erection, sudden fall in the desire for sex and ability to hold erection due to diseases such as chronic diseases like diabetes, diseases related to nerve systems, vascular and heart problems, various sclerosis conditions, kidney diseases and weight increase etc., and certain bad habits such as overdoing masturbation, alcohol or tobacco consumption, drugs consumption such as cocaine, heroin etc. that leads to lack of desire in sex and damaged genital tissues and causes the penis to lay flaccid rather than attaining a strong erection. Along with the above mentioned causes, side effects of various medications has raised as one of the emerging reason of erectile dysfunction.

Among the mental causes, a person may face problem of erectile dysfunction due to his mental inability to concentrate and attain full confidence in sexual relationship, mental imbalance etc. this often lead to lack of desire for sex and they can’t hold their erection rather they fail to even erect their penis.


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i hope not,i am 49 in august & @mo very celibate!!!

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yes

my husband started having problems in his early 50's and his physician gave him samples of viagra and cialis - they worked astonishing

now he only takes them when he feels that he needs help (about 1 time a month) and the rest of they time he skips the pills but still performs well.


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No, not normal. It can happen to some–I hear.

I’m nearly 60 and as yet never had the problem. perhaps I notice a tiny less drive for sex, but not much. Of course a new partner helps to keep the interest up. I also believe that just doing it a lot, keeps everything working well. Set a regular time aside for it and make it interesting–some toys?

Good luck


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Hanna has given a very good answer. It has happened to me at odd times during the whole of my long life, but after 64 it increased despite my interest. Heart problems and smoking haven't helped!

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Yep. Has happened a couple of times. Ideal not to dwell on it or you'll think yourself into a problem. Just start again or wait until next time.

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Erection problems can happen in any age.Most of the reason for ED is lack of confidence,mal nutrition,hormone changes and mental tensions.If you avoid all these you can go having sex with full erection ,even beyond 75.But what happens is that as the man grows older,less women attracted sexually and availability decreases.Even in couples interest in sex decreases faster in women as they grow older resulting in the number of sexual encounters.This results erection to certain extent.Active sex life and maintaining erection is possible so long you’re confident.If you loose confidence(in your capaciity to satisfy woman) ,there ends sex and ED starts.

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