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  1. Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

    WebMD describes treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED), including drugs, devices, and surgery.

  2. Erectile Dysfunction and Lifestyle Factors

    Lifestyle can affect erectile dysfunction. WebMD explains the ways diet, exercise, stress, and even bad habits like smoking and drug use can effect ED.

  3. Coping with Erectile Dysfunction

    Erectile dysfunction has an emotional impact on both the man and his partner. Learn how to cope as a couple.

  4. Erectile Dysfunction: Where to Start

    Encouraging words for those who are newly diagnosed with erectile dysfunction.

  5. Erectile Dysfunction and Stress Management

    Stress often plays a role in erectile dysfunction and WebMD tells you how to cope.

  6. Sex Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

    Sex therapy is a short form of counseling that can help you cope with erectile dysfunction.

  7. Erectile Dysfunction: Preventing It

    WebMD looks at ways men can prevent erectile dysfunction.

  8. Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Quiz

    How much do you know about erectile dysfunction? Take this ED quiz to find out.

  9. Erectile Dysfunction: Maintaining Intimacy

    Understand how to stay intimate with your partner while coping with erectile dysfunction.

  10. Future Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction

    Work is underway for new treatments of erectile dysfunction. WebMD explains what's in the pipeline.

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