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  • Hi
    I am a new visitor, age 68. I have seen the 'age poll' and seen that several users are in my age group. I would be interested to hear of experiences from any who suffer medically induced erectile dysfunction (ED).
    Is the Aneros MGX still useful in this situation? I am able to ejaculate with masturbation, but cannot maintain an erection.
    Eddie.
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,257
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    Hi eddie68,

    Welcome to the Forum.

    You are in luck, successful Aneros usage is NOT dependent on your erectile state, in fact your erectile condition is immaterial in reaching Super-O's. So the answer to your question : ”Is the Aneros MGX still useful in this situation?” is yes.

    P.S. I sent you an introductory PM with some additional hints and tips to get you started.
  • artformartform
    Posts: 1,487
    Hi Eddie and I join friend rumel in welcoming you to this wonderful community! :D

    I am 62 and also have medicine induced ED as an unavoidable side effect my doctor says. Initially I did have success using my MGX to help sustain erections, which I still get but cannot sustain fully for long.

    Over the first year of my mutual prostates (G-spots) practice with my wife, this became less and less important, as we moved on into orgasmic and life-force energies as the main joyous benefits of our prcatices. I have been writing a series of posts about the much reduced need for sustained erections for the joys of Aneros orgasmic practice solo and in couples' love-making in my blog: http://www.aneros.com/displayblog.php?id=3544

    In discussing this Joy of Soft Penis Sex with women at the KSMO site, here and elsewhere, you might be amazed at how many women say: "Thank heavens some man is willing to recognize and celebrate this great desire, potential and hope of many women in their sexual practices with men!"

    As rumel says too, erections are not a necessity in Aneros practice and as the necessary separation of your orgasmic response from your ejaculatory response in accomplished, your penis is not really part of the essentials in achieving male multiple orgasmic capabilities.

    all the best with your journey here and all men and women through all their ups and downs

    artform

    PS: Congratulations R! This post to you Eddie being the One Thousandth Post by rumel, who has helped so many of us through the early days and later joys of the Aneros journey. Hip Hip HURRAY for rumel!!!