Erection Problems (Erectile Dysfunction) - What Increases Your Risk
Your risk of developing an erection problem (erectile dysfunction) increases with age. About 40% of men in their 40s report at least occasional problems getting and maintaining erections. 52% of men between ages 40 and 70 report erection problems.
Erection Problems (Erectile Dysfunction) - When To Call a Doctor
Seek care immediately if you use medication to treat an erection problem (erectile dysfunction) and the erection lasts longer than 4 hours.
Erection Problems (Erectile Dysfunction) - Exams and Tests
Because both physical and psychological factors are often involved, it may be difficult to diagnose the exact cause of your erection problem. As part of the initial evaluation, your health professional may: Review your risk factors for an erection problem
Why Can’t I Get an Erection?
What’s causing your erectile dysfunction? Is it an emotional issue, or are there medical reasons?
Erectile Dysfunction Resources
WebMD provides a directory of erectile dysfunction resources and support services.
High Blood Pressure Drugs and Erectile Dysfunction
Learn more from WebMD about which high blood pressure drugs cause erectile dysfunction and which don't.
Future Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction
Work is underway for new treatments of erectile dysfunction. WebMD explains what's in the pipeline.
Erectile Dysfunction: Learning to Relax
If you have erectile dysfunction, learning to relax may help. Here are some tips for reducing stress.
Erectile Dysfunction and Stress Management
Stress often plays a role in erectile dysfunction and WebMD tells you how to cope.
Erectile Dysfunction: Preventing It
WebMD looks at ways men can prevent erectile dysfunction.