Sex and Romance: Working Together to Relight the Fire
Get healthier together. Better overall health can help you and your partner fight erectile dysfunction and improve your sex life.
Home Test for Protein in Urine - Topic Overview
If you have preeclampsia or chronic kidney disease,your health professional may instruct you to check the protein content in your urine at home. Increased protein is a sign that your kidneys are being damaged. To test your urine on a daily basis,use a simple test kit containing a urine testing strip that you dip into a fresh sample of your urine. Follow the instructions on the kit and find ...
10 Questions for Doctor About Erectile Dysfunction
Just diagnosed with erectile dysfunction? Ask your doctor these questions.
Hormonal Therapy for Erection Problems
Drug details for Hormonal therapy for erection problems.
Prostate Cancer and Erectile Dysfunction
WebMD looks at how treatment for prostate cancer is linked to erectile dysfunction.
Peyronie's Disease - Topic Overview
What is Peyronie's disease?Peyronie's disease is an abnormal curvature of the penis caused by scar tissue in the erectile tissue. Because the scar tissue prevents straightening of the penis, the curvature is most obvious during an erection. The curvature may be so severe that it prevents penetration during intercourse.Peyronie's disease is seen most frequently in middle - aged and older men.What .
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: Glossary of Terms
In this glossary, WebMD defines terms associated with erectile dysfunction.
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.