Hi @Mozenjo , In a previous streak, few years ago, I also tried to have sex (without ED drugs) at around the 30-days mark and I could not perform. I was pretty sad and devastated at that time. However, during the current streak, when I was at the 30-days mark again, I tried to have sex with a former schoolmate. I was pretty worried that I could still have erection problems so I took some ED drugs (Kamagra Oral Jelly - Sildenafil) that a friend of mine gave me. It was my first time taking an ED drug and it worked. So, I guess recovery takes time. The longer you continue your recovery process, the better you will feel and sooner or later you will be able to perform. I suppose you are older than me (I am 30) so age could have an impact as well. Recently (around the 60-days mark) I started dating another girl and I decided I did not want to take ED pills anymore. I felt ashamed of taking the ED pills and at the same time I wanted to fully test my recovery. When we ended up at her place the first time, I felt strong performance anxiety. At first, I did not feel the same excitement that I felt when I had the ED drugs in my body. My mojo was not really on and I was worried I could not perform. But once she went down there and started to take care of it, I was on. My erections are not wonderful yet. They still come and go during intercourse, but I can already see big improvements. Just have faith in the process, work on yourself to become a better man. I know it is not easy but only time can heal you. Avoid PM and you will see improvements as well. Cheers!