For a myriad of reasons including mental health and cancer treatments, chronic illnesses, and PTSD or anxiety; sexual dysfunction and erectile difficulty can arise leaving you with issues that can be difficult to address or find solutions for. Follow these links for information pertaining to partner support and strategies, and Men’s Libido: What’s Behind the Dysfunction?
If you have difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection with your partner(s), Extend can help. This Therapeutic Aid was designed to assist in maintaining physical intimacy with a partner. Featuring a firm and realistic silicone material sleeve that is both hypoallergenic and phthalate-free, Extend is hollow to accommodate the user. Additionally, this product provides a solid tip acting as an extension of yourself in both length and width.
Extend is worn over the user and secured in place against the pelvic bone by a detachable ring and jock-styled elastic harness straps. These thick straps are easy to clean and fit comfortably on the hips and thighs.
This product assists as an aid for reclaiming your physical intimacy, for those who cannot achieve or maintain an erection. For more information regarding Erectile and Sexual Dysfunction & Therapeutic Aids, or are interested in Reclaiming Intimacy’s Erectile Support Kit, please follow the links provided!
Extend should be worn and used with the aid of a compatible lubricant and cleaned with a body and product safe cleaner before and after use. For information on Choosing the right Lubricant, please follow the links provided!
Erectile difficulty can lead to many potential complications. If you suffer from erectile dysfunction and have trouble maintaining or achieving an erection, you may also experience stress or anxiety, low self-esteem, and emotional or physical intimacy issues within a relationship. Click the link for Tips for Managing Stress with Cancer and Long-Term Illness.
Reclaiming Intimacy’s Educational Courses are also available as both a resource and guide to assist individuals, couples, and caregivers with providing solutions to a quality of life problem.
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