Are We Completely Ready to Get Married?
Infant erectile problems, called EDDs, have long been considered a symptom of ED and are usually treated by medication or surgery.
But now a new study suggests that this is not the case.
Instead, a study of 2,934 couples found that, when couples met in person, they reported having more sexual satisfaction than their spouses.
The couples were also more satisfied with their relationships and less dissatisfied.
This finding could have implications for couples seeking to get married.
It could mean that couples who are dissatisfied with their marriage will have less desire to get engaged, researchers say.
The study, published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, also found that couples with less satisfied spouses had a lower satisfaction with their marital relationship.
The researchers say this finding should help couples and others considering getting married, because it could help prevent marriages from becoming dysfunctional.
A previous study of married couples, published earlier this year, also suggested that people who have less satisfied husbands and wives are less likely to have a successful marriage.