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What should I ask my doctor about erectile dysfunction, or ED?

Related Topics: Erectile Dysfunction
 

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Consider asking your doctor these questions:

  • What could be causing my problem with erections?
  • Are my symptoms likely to be chronic or only temporary?
  • Can my ED be treated?
  • What are the treatment options?
  • What if the treatments don't work?
  • Will I need to see a specialist?
  • Will my insurance cover the treatment and medications?
  • Are there any lifestyle changes I can make that will help?
  • Do you have any printed information I can read to learn more, or are there reliable web sites where I can get more information? 


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