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Erectile Dysfunction

Also called: ED

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The three most common medications for erectile dysfunction are Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra. There are currently no generic versions of any of them.
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Yes, as long as your doctor has determined it is safe for you to engage in sexual activity.
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Erectile dysfunction, also known as ED or impotence, is the inability to attain or maintain an erection of the penis adequate for the sexual...
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As recently as two decades ago, doctors tended to blame erectile dysfunction on psychological problems or, with older men, on the normal aging...
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Watch what you eat. Maintain a healthy weight. Avoid high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Drink alcohol in moderation or not at all. Exercise...
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Some men are afraid to bring the subject up once they're in the doctor's office. The best approach is to be straight forward and simply say, "I...
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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...
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The first thing to keep in mind is there is no reason to be anxious about talking about erection problems with your doctor. ED is a common male...
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There are two main reasons you should consult your doctor about erectile dysfunction. The first is ED can be treated. ED affects you and your partner...
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Nearly every man at some point has a problem getting or keeping an erection. There could be any number of reasons for it, ranging from fatigue or...
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A duplex ultrasound is a penile test performed by bouncing sound waves off tissue to determine penile blood flow.
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Dynamic infusion cavernosometry is a test in which fluid is pumped into the penis so doctors can determine the severity of a venous leak.
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Vasoactive injection is a test in which an erection is produced by injecting special solutions that cause the blood vessels to dilate.
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A venous leak is when the veins in the penis cannot prevent blood from leaving the penis during erection, preventing the erection from being...
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Arteriography is a test given to patients who are candidates for vascular reconstructive surgery. A dye is injected into the artery believed to be...
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