Erection Problems: Questions Your Doctor May Ask - Topic Overview
Your doctor may ask questions about the type
erection problem (erectile dysfunction) you have.
- Have you started taking any new medicines
- Do you feel depressed or have a low mood or trouble
- Are you having any difficulty or stress in your
relationship or marriage?
- Did the erection problem start
- How long have you been having erection
- When do you have erections, what are they like, and how
long do they last?
- What kind of erections do you have when
- Do you have erections in the morning or during the
- Have you noticed a change in your desire or sexual
- Have you noticed changes in your orgasms or
- Have you ever had any damage to your pelvic area
(including surgery or radiation)?
- Do you have heart disease,
vascular disease, or diabetes? Have you ever had a stroke?
- Are you
having tremors, large changes in how much you weigh, diarrhea or constipation,
or are you suddenly very sensitive to hot or cold temperatures?
you have headaches or problems with your peripheral vision?
- Do you
- Do you drink alcohol? If yes, how
- Do you have burning when you urinate or blood in your
- What expectations and motivations affect both you and your
WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise
May 14, 2012
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