Diabetes and ED share common underlying factors. Addressing the source is often the solution.
Experts share tips for dealing with your partner's erectile dysfunction in a new relationship.
The causes of erection problems are as varied as the men who experience them.
Here's how you can talk to your partner about ED and how to find a solution.
Here's what you can say and do to lessen the pressure surrounding stress-induced ED.

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Keeping blood sugar in check by watching your diet can also help with erectile function.
Approaching each condition separately can help with both.