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What do I need to know about erectile dysfunction (ED) and depression?

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It is not uncommon for men with erectile dysfunction to feel angry, frustrated, sad, or insecure. Such feelings, if not dealt with, can sometimes lead to clinical depression in men with a biological vulnerability to depression.

From: Erectile Dysfunction and Depression WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by William Blahd on October 21, 2017
Reviewed by William Blahd on October 21, 2017

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