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If you are concerned that you might be suffering, here are five signs to watch out for.1.
No sex with your partner Struggling to get an erection at all with a sexual partner - but having no problem while masturbating solo - could point to erectile dysfunction, according to the NHS, and it’s likely it’s stress-related.
NEW YORK (AP) — When sexual misconduct allegations surface in the private sector, a boss can say, "You're fired" — as Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose and others can attest. And Republican Roy Moore is pressing ahead with his Senate candidacy in Alabama despite allegations he sexually assaulted two teenage girls decades ago.
John Conyers has refused to step down even after House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi urged the veteran Democrat from Detroit to do so. Al Franken of Minnesota faces a Senate ethics investigation but plans to stay on.
Conyers' lawyer, Arnold Reed, said Friday that the congressman has done nothing wrong and will "defend himself until the cows come home." However, Reed noted that Conyers, 88, was recently hospitalized with health problems and said he will decide in the coming days whether to resign or stay in office.
"John Conyers will be the one to decide," Reed said.
In Moore's case, elements of the national Republican Party have repudiated the fiery religious conservative, but the Alabama GOP — and many voters — remain supportive as he faces Democrat Doug Jones in a Dec. Debra Katz, an attorney in Washington who specializes in sexual harassment cases, noted that Moore doesn't need nationwide good will to the extent that TV personalities like Rose and Lauer do.
"With politicians, there's a spin machine that immediately goes into place — and a different constituency they are playing to," Katz said.
In Congress, even when members initiate action against one of their own, ethics investigations can drag on and on. Bob Packwood, R-Ore., of sexual harassment, it took three years for the Senate Ethics Committee to complete its investigation.
Physical triggers include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, hormone troubles, while phycological reasons can be anxiety, depression and relationship problems.
While many men find the condition embarrassing to discuss, it’s important to catch it early - doctors view it as an early warning sign of other health problems, including high blood pressure and heart disease.
"It's up to them to decide how they're going to respond to pressure on them to step down." Members of Congress can, as a matter of fact, be expelled by their colleagues.
But lawmakers historically have been loath to do that.