Causes of Losing an Erection During Sex? There are several potential reasons why a person may lose an erection during sexual activity. These can range from physical to psychological factors. Whether having sex every day is “bad” largely depends on an individual’s physical and emotional well-being and their personal preferences. While frequent sexual activity can be a healthy part of a relationship for some people, it’s important to consider both the physical and emotional aspects. Here are some common causes: Anxiety: Performance [...]
Most couples know that infertility treatment will affect them physically and emotionally, but many are not prepared for the effect it has on their sexual intimacy. The hyperefocus on fertility can greatly affect desire and arousal in women and can cause sexual dysfunction in men. The following stressors explain why:
If sex hurts, you won’t want to do it. For most of us, pain stops cold desire. It is estimated that about 20% of women suffer vaginal pain with previous games or sexual intercourse. The pain can be intermittent or chronic and can be due to a wide variety of causes, such as infections, yeasts, sexually transmitted diseases, allergies, drug reactions, nerve damage and chronic disorders.
For duet, emotional connection and sexual intimacy are dynamically related, so difficulties in one area often destabilize the other. And the “chicken or egg” relationship between sex and emotional connection may be different for each couple. For some people, the desire to be sexual arises as a result of feeling emotionally connected.