It may sound like the title of a bizarre folk song, or a short story, but it’s true as far as I am concerned. My wife, Louise, is 49 and I am 54. We’re both divorced and remarried and have had a great five years together so far. We love each other’s company and have some things we like doing together, such as fell-walking in the Lake District, and some where we go out with our friends separately (me to rock concerts, she to musicals and plays). Where we have always had a great attraction to one another is in the physical department. To put it bluntly, I fancy her and she fancies me. Obviously neither of us are in the first flush of youth, but we try to keep relatively fit and trim, and she even likes my bald (well, shaved) head.
Into every life a little rain must fall. In ours it was that for some unknown reason I began to have disappointments in the bedroom more and more regularly. The more I was determined to push forward with having regular matrimonial “relations” the more it seemed to be a problem, and the more I became worried and stressed, which of course made the whole affair even worse.
We tried leaving sex off the agenda for a month (which was difficult, let me tell you!) but upon returning to it, the results were still patchy. I couldn’t seem to achieve and then maintain an erection long enough to satisfy us both. I’d heard of the little blue wonder pill Viagra, and always thought it was for young blades who wanted to go hammer and tongs all night. I hadn’t realised that it and the other drugs were for older men too. In fact especially! I went online and learned that what I had was a common “complaint” it was ED- erectile dysfunction. While changes to lifestyle could help, it was often necessary to give things a boost by taking a pill before sexual activity in order to help achieve an erection and then sustain it through sexual activity.
In discussion with Louise, I went to see my local GP, armed with information I had downloaded and printed off from the internet. He confirmed I was experiencing ED and that it was nothing to worry about. He recommended a drug I hadn’t heard of before called Levitra. He said it was one of the later oral treatments for ED on the market and was a good compromise in that it was reported to have less side effects than Viagra, and didn’t stay in the bloodstream as long as Cialis. He suggested I try it and come back and let him know how it went. It was a little pricey (I now realise that you often buy the genuine article online a bit cheaper- especially if you order in bulk) but the bottom line was that it worked. It was like when we were first married- full-blown full-on full-tilt sex. Brilliant. And my wife liked it too. I could satisfy both her and me. And the more it worked the more we wanted to have more sessions in bed! We’ve even gone into some light role-play with costumes to make it different and fun. Louise loves Levitra… And so do I!!