Dildos and Strap-ons for Erectile Dysfunction

Difficulty getting or maintaining an erection is a common problem among men of all ages. Whether the problem stems from a medical condition – such as diabetes, surgery, or the side-effects of some medications, or from psychological issues, or from a combination of unhealthy lifestyle and stress, many men will at some point find it hard to get or keep an erection.

Impotence can be very distressing for those who suffer from it. It can cause problems in relationships and the resulting stress can make the original problem worse. ‘Performance anxiety’ is a sure-fire passion killer, and some men can find themselves trapped in a cycle of worry and frustration.

One solution that may help men with erectile difficulties maintain a healthy sex life is using sex aids. Introducing dildos or a strap-on in the bedroom can help in several ways. 

To begin with, a man can be sure that he can please his partner with a dildo. It may take some practice, but there’s no danger of a dildo going soft, however long it takes to figure out! This can relieve some of the frustrations and pressure in sex, giving the man (and his penis) a chance to break out of the cycle of worry and anxiety.

Secondly, particularly if used with a harness as a strap on, using a dildo can be a very pleasurable experience for a man. There is such a wide variety of sex aids available, that most men will find something that turns them on – whether that’s a hollow dildo, such as the Size Queenz Hollow Strap On or the The Perfect Marital Aid Prosthetic Penis Strap-on.  There are also vibrating hollow strap-ons, stimulating both partners at the same time.

Harnesses can be bought with dildo attached, or seperately so that partners can choose exactly what size and shape of sex toy they want to use. Some have extra attachments – such as anal stimulators or a ‘double dildo’, such as the Ultra Harness 2000 with anal plug. Different people will want different stimulation – these days dildos are much more than just dick substitutes!   

There’s just a few things to remember when shopping for sex toys: If a dildo is to be used for anal play, choose one with a flared base to avoid ‘losing’ the dildo inside your partner. Check the material – some people are allergic to latex – and remember to use plenty of a water-based lubricant like Astroglide or Probe lube for whatever you’re doing. Most harnesses are adjustable to fit different sizes (– some dildos are even expandable too! Like the Strap-on with Expandable Dong).

Most important to remember is that dildos and strap ons are there for fun and pleasure. Experimentation and play could be just the thing to help make sex enjoyable again – with or without an erection.

2 Responses to “Dildos and Strap-ons for Erectile Dysfunction”

  1. Liz32

    I have not seen any posts on using a realistic penis.
    We have tried most of the ED pills. However, they do not work so well with us.
    My husband had surgery as a result, it has cause much difficulties.
    Have any women had a situation similar? we started using a realistic penis… I must admit that I possibly felt more awkward than he did. 2 month now, I am good with it… but feel ashamed that I enjoy its. He seems to like performing now. I believe he enjoys seeing how he can pleasure me. We use a product that ran us a couple hundred.. I still think the price is high. However, my husband does not. He purchased another for a similar internet company.
    Many emotions in me. I know he may not be able to again hold an erection, so I am ok with him purchasing.. I do enjoy being penetrated by him and the different product also is enjoyable.
    Anyone have similar mixed emotions?
    You can see that the product is not exactly a vibrator. rxsleeve, 100prosthetics are the companies he visits. It not like I am masturbating?

  2. Sohidul

    I had prostrate surgery. I bought one silicon dildo strap. My wife feel pain and did not happy with that. I am looking for a realistic type dildo. Could you help me the name of the company you bought dildo and type of dildo. Do you use luricant to make smooth. Looking to hearing from you

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