In 2010, more and more people are seeking help and advice with regard to their sex lives.
The first person to discuss your concerns with should be your GP. It is important to rule out treatable problems as problems with erections can be related to common health disorders such as cardiac problems or diabetes. A checkup is never a wasted visit and often helps allay any concerns.
If your GP feels it is appropriate you may be referred to a urologist at your local hospital if you are a man or a gynecologist if you are a female. They can also put you in contact with a psychosexual therapist if they feel it is the right approach for you.Read More About Sex Therapy.....
Make a list of your concerns before you see your GP so that you will remember to ask him or her everything you wanted to.
All Conversation Between The counselor and the visitor will and should be kept as a secret and however, must not be disclosed anywhere. The consultation has to be done free minded and with no hesitation.