We've previously discussed -- in what some might call excessive detail -- a condition called vaginismus, in which your lube tube holds its breath and refuses to let go. Well, nervous pants parts aren't just for the ladies. Concerning erectile dysfunction, for example, Amber explains: "It can be that they're stressed from work, or they're having an affair, so they feel guilty and have trouble performing."
She remembers one particular client who was confused about why all the men with whom she was cheating on her husband seemed to be having difficulty rising to the challenge: "She'd say, 'I'm starting to get very self-conscious, because these men I bring home, sometimes they have a hard time getting erections, and I don't know if I'm unattractive or what.' We figured out that the root of the problem was that she was bringing them into her husband's house ... It's very difficult to perform under those conditions."
"Uh, one more time: How many guns did you say husband has?"
In other words, you may not need to get a prescription, so much as you need to stop doing literally everything else that you are doing. Good lord, lady.
On the other end of the spectrum, Amber says, "such a high percentage of the time with premature ejaculation, it's a psychological thing, usually an anxiety thing -- men being really worried about their own performance and getting caught up in their own heads."
"Thinking about baseball" won't result in anything but having to explain why you accidentally called her A-Rod.