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ED: Is it really such a big deal? It depends on who you ask

ED: Is it really such a big deal? It depends on who you ask

Erectile dysfunction is one of those things that a lot of people don’t talk about, often leaving those who have it feeling shameful, embarrassed, and isolated. Many are left asking if it is really such a big deal. Incidentally, the vast majority of those people have...

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Up to a third of millennial men experience ED. Why?

Up to a third of millennial men experience ED. Why?

There was a time when erectile dysfunction was considered an “old man’s” condition, affecting men over 40 and most typically men in their 60s and 70s. However, a 2013 article in The Journal of Sexual Medicine paints a different picture. An estimated one in four...

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My Partner has ED! How you can help

My Partner has ED! How you can help

Erectile dysfunction can be incredibly difficult for even the best relationship that is why open and honest communication is important. If your partner has ED your love, support, and encouragement can be a tremendous help even if he is tight-lipped about it. Here are...

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Erectile Dysfunction: It isn’t all in your head

Erectile Dysfunction: It isn’t all in your head

Despite the medical community and media creating a more open and transparent environment for the discussion of erectile dysfunction, it is still a taboo topic for many men. Unfortunately, this can lead to the perpetuation of many destructive myths about the condition...

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Avoiding ED Treatment Scams

Avoiding ED Treatment Scams

No matter how far we come in our society, there will always be those who will try to capitalize on human suffering. They run scams that promise quick fixes and meet the needs of the people who seek them, such as lower costs and suggested “natural” ingredients. At...

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ED and Depression: 5 ways to cope

ED and Depression: 5 ways to cope

It is common for men how have erectile dysfunction to also have depression, and vice versa. The psychological impact of ED can be quite serious. If you’ve been feeling blue lately, you may need to talk to your doctor, especially if your depression is impacting your...

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Talking to your partner about erectile dysfunction

Talking to your partner about erectile dysfunction

If you have erectile dysfunction you may be feeling some uncomfortable emotions. You might be angry, embarrassed, resentful, or self-conscious. That is normal and completely understandable, but you should not shut your partner out. Keep in mind, although you are...

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Surprising Facts About ED

Surprising Facts About ED

Erectile dysfunction affects as many as 30 million men in the U.S. alone. While that piece of information may surprise you, we have more facts about ED that you might not know. Some men who believe they have erectile dysfunction actually have erectile dissatisfaction....

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Talking to your Doctor about your ED

Talking to your Doctor about your ED

If you feel uncomfortable or embarrassed talking to your doctor about your erectile dysfunction you are not alone. Many men, around 30 million in the United States alone, find it difficult to talk about something so intimate and personal – even to their doctor....

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The Psychological Impact of ED

The Psychological Impact of ED

Discussions about erectile dysfunction typically center around the physical aspect of the condition with sexual performance at the forefront. However, there is another side of ED, one that isn’t so openly discussed. That how it affects the man’s mental wellbeing...

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