It’s been a warning for some time now that antibiotics will eventually lose the ability to knock out infections as diseases mutate and change in order to become immune and now it’s happening.
Gonorrhea is one of the more common sexually transmitted diseases worldwide and until recently, once detected, it was fairly simple to treat. Now the World Health Organization (WHO) has verified that there are cases of the STD that are resistant to one of the only remaining antibiotics commonly used to treat it. These cases have emerged in Australia, France, Japan, Norway, Sweden and Britain.
Perhaps one of the most overlooked topics pertaining to erectile dysfunction is the impact it has on the woman in the relationship. It is undeniably an extremely difficult time for a man but, as countless studies have reiterated, a healthy marriage is made of many things, a healthy sex life for both men and women being one of them. When sex isn’t working for one partner, it’s not working for the other.
When erectile dysfunction happens, men face an array of emotions. A combination of fear, anxiety, embarrassment and shame are commonly the frontrunners. While you can’t relate entirely to all that is going through his mind, you can be there to help him along the journey.