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    ive been talking to this guy and i really really like him and he wants to start a relationship with me and vice versa...but i cant because i have female impotence (if u dont know what it is look it up). Im at the age now where its expected everyone has had sex, i havent told him in a virgin and i really cant because hes talked a bit about sex and i never intervened and said i hadnt had it.
    And i cant. i really like him and i just feel this impotence problem is ruining my life, and ive been having help with it but nothing helps

    i feel like im going to be single forever and miss out with people i truly like because of this.

    any advice
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    Have you been to see a doctor about this? You really need to go speak to a GP who may be able to help or if not refer you to someone who can. There are definitely ways in which they can help you so don't hesitate to do so.
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    Have you been to see a doctor about this? You really need to go speak to a GP who may be able to help or if not refer you to someone who can. There are definitely ways in which they can help you so don't hesitate to do so.
    i have but because ive had it for years, its just a long problem

    it has definitely improved somewhat but still not to the point i can have sex, and to be honest its making me really depressed
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    My partner suffers from a form of male impotence. We're currently working through it via the use of self hypnosis recordings.. Its slowly but surely getting us places! Just google it! Im using one for anorgasmia and fridgity which seems to be helping me too.. (I used to get very very down about his issue and blame myself, which inevitably lead to my being afraid to be intimate with him.) Don't think that being a virgin is a bad or undesirable thing. I wish that I was still a virgin.. Sex is an important thing. Dont take it lightly.Wait untill you are comfortable with the decision to have sex. Forcing it on yourself with someone who doesnt accept or appreciate you is not what you want to do. I hope this helps
 
 
 
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