Erectile Dysfunction

How to Discuss ED with Your Doctor

Talking about erectile dysfunction can be awkward. Here’s how to discuss ED with your doctor—and what to expect when you do.

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Peyronie's Disease: What It Is and How to Manage It

Learn about the causes and symptoms of Peyronie's disease (also known as penile curvature) and how it may be treated.

By Nancy Muller

Erectile Dysfunction? You Might Have Peyronie's Disease

There’s a certain physical condition of the penis that is often overlooked. Learn more about Peyronie's disease and its treatments.

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

Marijuana and Sexual Dysfunction: What You Should Know

What do the studies say about whether marijuana impacts sexual performance and other side effects?

By R. Y. Langham, Ph.D.

Assessment: Are You at Risk of Erectile Dysfunction?

Concerned about ED? Take this test to determine your level of risk for the condition.

By Eileen Bailey

Who Should Be on Your Erectile Dysfunction Health Care Team?

What kind of doctor should you see for ED? As it turns out, there are a number of professionals who can help.

By Eileen Bailey

10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Erectile Dysfunction

Embarrassed about talking to your doctor about ED? Use these questions to get the conversation started.

By Eileen Bailey

Talking About Erectile Dysfunction Treatment: A Doctor's Perspective

Erectile dysfunction is a common problem among men. Ryan P. Terlecki, M.D., discusses the different treatment options, including the penile implant.

By Pamela Kaufman

Erectile Dysfunction: Top 10 Myths and Facts

Men may feel too embarrassed to talk about erectile dysfunction, which can lead to misconceptions. Make sure you know the facts.

By Eileen Bailey

Link Between ED and Heart Problems

Research indicates a link exists between erectile dysfunction (ED) and cardiovascular disease. Here are the main considerations when dealing with both conditions simulataneously.

By Chris Regal

3 Top Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction has a variety of causes, including nerve disorders, vascular problems, and medications. Here’s what you need to know.

By Gerald Couzens

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