What support did you look for before finding Mojo? Did you find it helpful?

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Urologists, therapists (including a sex therapist for about 9 months). Both forms of support helped (in different ways) but only somewhat. Still working on this.

I saw a therapist for a month. She wasn’t specialised in sex therapy, but she still helped me with certain misconceptions and unrealistic expectations around sex.

doctors - they just send me home with a viagra/ cialis :)therapists - had a good experience, but I dont necessarily want to overcome all my issues before I have sex… therapy does not directly just address the sexual problems!

I tried getting ED pills, but then stopped myself.

none really, was just struggling with my girlfriend so looked around online and found you

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I’ve sorted ED pills out for myself, cock rings, vacuum pumps, prostate massagers. Anything to help. Each one does something small that helps a little bit but nothing ever I can truly rely on as a fool proof reliable thing to help me keep my erections. I was hung up on, if I can just do it everything else will fall into place, but sex is only part physical, I’ve ignored the mental aspects. I’ve struggled from the very beginning of my sensual experiences so have very little confidence in myself and my performance, despite people’s positive views on me, I have this almost need to beat myself up at the slightest misgiving and ruin the whole experience for myself

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A therapist

I have this ‘self-beating’ up thing too. Almost as if there’s this hidden part of me… this ‘little voice’… that starts to appear when I’m having sex (sometimes before, sometimes during) and wants me to fail. I know it’s a physiological thing. The only person in my head talking to me is myself… so this thing MUST be solvable.

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I have a prescription to an ED med called Levitra, but I don’t want to rely on just medication for this.

Therapist

I’m still working on this but it is comforting to know it’s just not me! The real problem is taking all the advice and “putting it to the test”, that alone is still stressful wondering if it will work. And I can’t just try over and over there’s only so many chances, and the thought of failing could be even more devastating after this!

Agreed. It’s going to take time and to get a few times in a row in without a problem to get the confidence back… It’s so hard to talk to someone about it without feeling even worse, especially if it’s new… I wish I could be so careless like everyone else! TBH I think a prostitute would help me with these techniques. I know it sounds crazy but I would have so much less anxiety I think!

a therapist.

Agreed. It’s going to take time and to get a few times in a row in without a problem to get the confidence back… It’s so hard to talk to someone about it without feeling even worse, especially if it’s new… I wish I could be so careless like everyone else! TBH I think a prostitute would help me with these techniques. I know it sounds crazy but I would have so much less anxiety I think!

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No idea

I was looking answer for some of the questions i thought are unique to me. But Mojo has helped me realise that it is not so unique. This is okay. I am better able to accept the problem. And working towards its improvement. Mojo has really helped with the mind and body training to overcome this problem.

I did not

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Urologist, PCP, didn’t help at all. Just told me I didn’t have a physical problem