I have porn induced erectile dysfunction at age 15

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  1. Tryingmybest2

    Tryingmybest2 Fapstronaut

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    I started watching porn when I was 10, I started masturbating when I was 12. I never really noticed how I stopped getting erections until my girlfriend got confused when I didn't get hard when she touched it. I had stopped fapping for 70 days and just failed last night. I need advice or motivation or some way to help me get it up. Will all my progress be lost because of my mistake last night?
     
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  2. Delta Tango

    Delta Tango Fapstronaut

    My little brother. I am going to say, that at your age you need to be aware of the dangers of what you are doing with that girlfriend of yours. Be mindful that you are likely below the age of consent in most countries, and surely so in every jurisdiction in the United States. There is the possibility that if she is older than you, she is committing a crime and if you become older than her and are above the age of consent, you might be facing criminal charges. I'm not sure you are aware of this, but (in the words of Biggie Smalls) if you don't know...now you know...
     
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  3. Tryingmybest2

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    I understand your concern, however where I live I am protected under Romeo and Juliet laws.
    • Not more than three years older than his or her sexual partner,
    • Not a sex offender,
    • Not accused of having sex with anyone under 14 years of age, and
    • Able to legally marry the sexual partner (i.e., are not same-sex partners).
    I am in all abidance with the law. I really would just like to know about the issue I previously stated.
     
  4. Editor

    Editor Fapstronaut

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    Heyy dude! Same here. I too discovered and began masturbating at very similar ages.

    Well about your question, think of NoFap as going to the gym. Suppose, you went to the gym for 70 days in a row continously, and you were really happy about it. And 1 day, you didn't go. Is your progress completely wiped out? Not at all! [keep in mind, this is not a reason to relapse] You just need to come back stronger! So do exactly that! Many of us have relapsed, and it is all part of your journey. So keep pushing forward!

    Now coming to PIED, it is curable, pretty sure. I have seen a ton of success stories where people have been able to perform even better after NoFap. It does take some time though, and you will need to do some research on how long it might take before it goes away. :)

    https://forum.nofap.com/index.php?t...and-desensitization-and-how-you-can-to.74377/
     
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  5. Tryingmybest2

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    Thank you so much! I really appreciate it. I definitely don't think I'm going to relapse, I just got really discouraged with my progress, but this really helps to motivate me!
     
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  6. juniormelville

    juniormelville Fapstronaut

    I know what the 'youthful fury of sexual frustration' can be like (believe it or not, I was 15 once and I was tortured by unsatisfied desire from age about 12), but would you consider abstaining from all sexual stimulation until you have fully recovered, including with your partner? In my opinion, ED is a sign that your sexual energy is exhausted and you need to take a break. It could change your life.
     
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  7. Tryingmybest2

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    I have read many posts on here about ED and have concluded it takes about 30 days of no PMO to get erections back and after that you only need to do no PM for the rest of the time. I had just completed 2 and a half months of no PMO and have started getting morning wood occasionally, but the erections aren't as often or easy as I'd prefer.
     
  8. juniormelville

    juniormelville Fapstronaut

    That's kind of an average. You have to listen to your body to know what's right for you, not just go 'OK, 30 days done, here we go'. Some people say they have to reboot for longer.
    My feeling is that objective shouldn't be your main motivation as it keeps you focused on the sexual obsession. Couldn't you just forget about your Johnson for a while and concentrate on something else? In my personal view, healthy motivations are: freedom from addiction; improved mental and physical health; freedom from distorted world view; more time, energy and mental space for useful and interesting activities... all the way up to spiritual development.
     
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  9. IGY

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    I really like this illustration about the gym @Editor. I have never heard this before, but it explains things really well. :)
     

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