Erectile Dysfunction: Frequently Asked Questions About Erectile Dysfunction
WebMD helps answer some of the most frequently asked questions about erectile dysfunction.
Genital Warts and HPV
WebMD explains genital warts and their connection to certain cancers.
HPV Symptoms and Tests
Learn more about HPV, which is linked to cervical cancer and genital warts, and its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Missing Birth Control Pills
Forget to take your birth control pills? Find out from WebMD.
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.
Many people do not develop symptoms after getting infected with HIV. Some people have a flu-like illness within several days to weeks after exposure to the virus.
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.
Sexual Desire Problems -- What You Can Do
WebMD gives you suggestions for solving sexual problems with your partner with a little openness and creativity.
Women's Sexual Problems
If you are distressed by a sexual problem or you are afraid your relationship is threatened, don't be afraid or embarrassed to seek outside help.
Sex Therapy & Other Counseling
Couples facing challenges in the bedroom may want to consider some form of sex therapy.