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  1. A Partner’s Guide to Erectile Dysfunction

    Anne, 63, of Medford, OR,  knows a thing or two about erectile dysfunction (ED). Her husband, now 58, first started taking medication for it about 5 years ago. “At first you think, oh, you’re getting older and slowing down. But it got to the point where it was really bothering him, and he was unable

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  2. Protect Your Erection: 11 Tips

    Erectile dysfunction (ED) becomes more common as men age. But it is not necessarily a normal part of aging.  How can you avoid ED? Here's what experts told WebMD. A diet that's bad for a man's heart is also not good for his ability to have erections. Research has shown that the same eating patterns

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  3. Getting Intimate: Talking Together About ED

    Never before has erectile dysfunction been so openly discussed in our society. It appears in everything from news reports and comedy sketches to national advertising campaigns. “But ironically, it’s still very difficult for many couples to talk about sex, and especially to talk about erection proble

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  4. Natural Remedies for Erectile Dysfunction

    From acupuncture to arginine, from ginseng to pomegranate juice, men have tried all sorts of natural remedies for erectile dysfunction (ED) -- which doctors define as the repeated inability to get or maintain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. But are these alternative remedies safe? Do

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  5. Erections: Use It or Lose It?

    Men who have trouble getting erections have sex less often than men with normal sexual function, several studies have shown. But can a long sexual dry spell actually cause erectile dysfunction (ED)? And can men cut their risk for ED by having sex (or masturbating) on a regular basis? European scient

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  6. Happy, Healthy, and Hard

    As the saying goes, the best measure of a man's character is the company he keeps. But what about his health? According to Steven Lamm, MD, the best measure of that is his erect penis. In his book, The Hardness Factor, Lamm argues that a man's overall health directly affects the quality of his erect

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  7. Could You Use a Penile Implant?

    Urologist Drogo Montague, MD, is the go-to guy for penis implants. No, we’re not talking about the get-big-quick schemes clogging your spam folder. Penis implants enable men with erectile dysfunction, or ED, to get an erection. Most of the 30 million men in the United States who have ED can turn to

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  8. Weight Loss for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

    Weight loss may help men with erectile dysfunction (ED), Italian scientists say.

  9. Erectile Dysfunction as Warning Sign

    Impotence, while not to be taken lightly, isn't a life-threatening condition on its own. Men don't actually need sex to stay alive (no matter what they may tell their wives). But impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction, can in fact portend some deadly health problems.  Dependable erections are

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  10. Erectile Dysfunction During Sex

    It's good to get men talking about their sexuality. But being sexual is different than having an erection, says Jeanne Shaw, PhD, an Atlanta-based clinical psychologist and certified sex therapist.   "What I see as a problem is the public has been educated to believe that good sex requires an erect

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