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Depression & ED

Depression and ED often go hand in hand. Don’t shy away from focusing on both conditions.

Reviewed by Chris Kyle, M.D. | Urology

Mental health issues often cause problems with ED. But you don’t have to suffer in silence.

Depression and ED are two common disorders for men, and they’re related. But not how you think.

Today, we know more about both erectile dysfunction and depression than we ever have.

Numerous studies show a strong interplay between depression and erectile dysfunction.

Yes. Or no. It depends—and here's everything you need to know to resolve your issues.

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