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Dealing with ED is difficult enough—let alone the misconceptions.
By Jason Crosby
by Giddy Staff
Some vitamin supplements can improve well-being, but erectile benefits are trickier to assess.
by Helen Massy
Men, steer clear of knockoffs and get the real deal: safe and effective prescription ED meds.
by Chris Gerbasi
A self-prescribed ED pill landed one man in the ER with priapism. He got lucky. You might not.
by Stephen Dunay, M.D.
by David Hopper
Obesity is linked to ED. That's a fact. But many ties, not just one, form this relationship.
If infertility isn't an impetus to get vaccinated, how about potential erectile dysfunction.
by Chaunie Brusie, RN, BSN
Treatments are available that can bypass the sensory input otherwise needed for erections.
by James Anderson
This technology, which looks at fluid flow, helps treat patients with ED, Peyronie's and more.
Erectile dysfunction fixes aren't one-size-fits-all. Most TV and online 'cures' are.
A daily routine can aid the mind, body and soul—and maybe ease erectile dysfunction symptoms.
by Mel Van De Graaff
Yes, the sex hormone is produced in the testes, but not only there. See what else is a mystery.
by Aleck Woogmaster
The term is a misnomer, but insufficiency or stress can affect sex-hormone production.
If low-T claims you as a victim, you should get TRT, right? Well, not necessarily.
by Trent Johnson
Excuses will never defeat erectile dysfunction. Action will. I put my ego aside, and so can you.
by George Stamps
There's little harm in the DIY approach, but there's also little or no clinical advantage.
Breaking down taboo subjects is the first step to a fulfilling sex life.
by Hannah Shewan Stevens
5 Resolutions for a Healthier Heart—and Penis—in 2022
What's good for the ticker is great for the phallus, and caring for both is pretty simple.
By Aaron Stern
Good Stress, Bad Stress and Their Effects on Sexual Function
Positive, negative and traumatic experiences affect libido, but these situations can be managed.
By James Anderson
Prevent and Treat Erectile Dysfunction Naturally with Food
Focus on foods that enhance your diet, sexual performance and overall health—at the same time!
By Sarah Morris
Why Sex Therapy Is Better Than It's Ever Been
This is definitely not your grandmother's sex-therapy session.
How to Help a Partner With Erectile Problems
Talking will help in the long run, but pleasure can be achieved in the absence of an erection.
By Austin Harvey
By Helen Massy
By María Cristina Lalonde
By Laura Williams Bustos, ACSM EP-C