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Your Sex Doctor: I just can't keep up..

Dear Dr Cath,

I SUFFER with anxiety when I'm in bed with a woman. I haven't had many girlfriends because I find it very hard to keep an erection when I have sex. I was treated for leukaemia when I was 25 and wondered whether this could have caused my problems.

Dear reader,

THE treatment for leukaemia won't have affected your sexual performance but the experience of having such a devastating illness may.

Having a life threatening illness at a time when other men your age were going out and getting experience with women may have left you feeling different and unconfident sexually.

Psychosexual counselling may help and tablets like Viagra, Levitra or Cialis may improve your erections and give you back some confidence. Ask your GP about these treatments.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Nov 30, 2008
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