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Sam and Barbara are both in their early sixties, with three grown children and six grandchildren. They were enjoying the freedom of these ‘mature years’ until, two years ago, Sam discovered that he had diabetes and high blood pressure. Last year he had to have a coronary bypass. Until the decline in Sam’s health, he and Barbara had enjoyed sex at least once a week. All Sam had to do was to start thinking about sex with Barbara and there was old Willie, ready and able. Now Sam can’t get an erection at all. He feels old, useless and depressed.
David and Belinda are in their thirties, and have been married for five years. Last year they had their first child, Tahlia. This otherwise joyful event was marred by a difficult pregnancy and birth, requiring many extra doctor’s visits, a long hospitalisation and lots of worry. Now they have a stack of bills and are doing a credit card shuffle just to stay afloat. Belinda has stopped work to stay at home while the baby is small, and David is working long hours to try to bring in enough to keep them ahead. Now they are cutting back staff at his job and he lives in fear of the little envelope or summons to his supervisor that will herald a lay-off for him. He hasn’t shared any of this with Belinda, because he doesn’t want her to worry. During the first few months after Tahlia was born, both David and Belinda were just too tired to even think about sex, but now that Belinda feels better, she wonders why David seems so disinterested. She tried a couple of times and couldn’t turn him on at all. He just falls asleep in front of the TV every night. Is he having an affair?
Fred has been divorced for three years. His wife left him for another woman. At first, he thought it should be no problem for a reasonably attractive 50-year-old man, who was financially secure and didn’t have any terribly bad habits, to find another partner. But the truth is that Fred hasn’t had sex since the year before Pat left him. Recently, Fred met Evie on a holiday. He liked her, she seemed interested in him, so he asked her out several times. Their friendship grew, but the more Fred thought about making sexual advances the more nervous he became. Canadian health care mall pharmacy One evening he and Evie went to an early evening concert and then stopped off at Nick’s bar. Fred had drinks…and drinks…and drinks. He took Evie back to her place and, lo and behold, his worst fear was realised. Despite kissing and cuddling with Evie on her couch, and his undoing her lacy black bra, it became clear to Fred that the artillery was just not going to fire. He had to get up and say goodnight to a very surprised Evie and go home by himself. Now Fred is depressed and doesn’t dare call Evie again. Alcohol ‘increases the desire and decreases the performance’. It decreases inhibitions and makes it easier to get around to the question of sex, but too much will, as you can see, defeat the purpose.