Diabetes & Erectile Dysfunction
WebMD explains erections and the many ways that diabetes can cause erectile dysfunction.
Atherosclerosis and Erectile Dysfunction
The link between atherosclerosis - the hardening of the body's arteries -- and erectile dysfunction is well known to doctors. If you have ED, understanding the connection might just save your life. WebMD explains.
Erectile Dysfunction Treatments for Men With Diabetes
WebMD looks at the treatments available for men with diabetes and erectile dysfunction.
Discussing Erectile Dysfunction With Your Doctor
WebMD explains the importance of seeing your doctor if you suspect you have erectile dysfunction (ED), what to discuss, and how your doctor can help.
Erectile Dysfunction: Glossary of Terms
In this glossary, WebMD defines terms associated with erectile dysfunction.
Erectile Dysfunction: Frequently Asked Questions About Erectile Dysfunction
WebMD helps answer some of the most frequently asked questions about erectile dysfunction.
Seeing a Doctor: Help for Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is a delicate topic, and your doctor should be sensitive and caring to make you comfortable about sharing these intimate details of your private life.
Erectile Dysfunction Causes
In general, ED is divided into organic (having to do with a bodily organ or organ system) and psychogenic (mental) impotence, but most men with organic causes have a mental or psychological component as well.
Diagnosing Erectile Dysfunction
WebMD explains how erectile dysfunction is diagnosed.
Erection Problems (Erectile Dysfunction) - Surgery
In a few cases, surgery may be an option to treat erection problems (erectile dysfunction). Surgery will rarely be recommended before nonsurgical treatment and counseling have been tried. Surgery to repair the blood vessels of the penis may be an option f