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Erectile Dysfunction

Understanding Erectile Dysfunction


Dealing with ED is difficult enough—let alone the misconceptions.

The Basics
Living with Erectile Dysfunction


Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

Many physical and mental health conditions, as well as lifestyle choices, can affect ED.

Obesity is linked to ED. That's a fact. But many ties, not just one, form this relationship.

You're strong and youthful now, but the choices you make in your 20s can affect you tomorrow.

Your sex life isn't necessarily over just because you're being treated for hypertension.


Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction

Understand your options and choose the right treatment for you.

This technology, which looks at fluid flow, helps treat patients with ED, Peyronie's and more.

Overcoming the guilt and shame associated with ED can improve more than just intimacy.

While the treatment is generally the same, remote sessions have their own pros and cons.


Understanding Low-T

Understand the causes and effects of low testosterone so you know how to combat it.

Genetics, lifestyle choices, illnesses, treatments, age and more can all contribute to low-T.

Osteoporosis and its precursor, osteopenia, can seriously impact skeletal structure.

Direct testosterone benefits from high-intensity interval training are documented but limited.

Living with Erectile Dysfunction

Living With Erectile Dysfunction

ED can have a wide-ranging impact on more than just your sex life, but you don't have to let it.

Excuses will never defeat erectile dysfunction. Action will. I put my ego aside, and so can you.

Overcoming ED—or even just trying to treat it—has value not limited to an invigorated sex life.

The world of alternative types of sexual fulfillment is limited only by your imagination.

The Basics

Excess weight can impair sexual health by affecting bodily systems and psychological conditions.

Meals that include herbal remedies can boost your heart health—and solidify your erections.

The link between men's cardiovascular health and sexual performance is difficult to overstate.

Erectile dysfunction is more common with age, but it affects young folks, too.