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    WebMD's experts share their knowledge on how to control symptoms, how to manage relationship problems, and how to have a full sex life despite erectile dysfunction.

    Living and Coping

    The emotional impact of erectile dysfunction takes a toll. Here's how to deal with it.

    There's more to sex than erections. Learn what a leading sexologist has to say.

    Erectile dysfunction can create barriers to intimacy. Here's how to overcome them.

    It is not uncommon for men with erectile dysfunction (ED) to feel angry, frustrated, sad, or even unsure of themselves. Such feelings, if not dealt with, may eventually lead to depression.

    When stress persists, the body begins to break down and problems, like erectile dysfunction, can occur. The key to coping with stress is identifying those conditions in your life causing the stress and learning ways to reduce them.

    If you’re experiencing erection problems, you’re probably not alone. Your spouse or partner is also affected. Fortunately, there’s plenty both of you can do to overcome ED and enjoy better and more intimate sex.

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