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What questions should I ask my doctor about my erectile dysfunction?

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  • What’s causing my ED?
  • Are my symptoms long-term or temporary?
  • Can my ED be treated?
  • What are the treatment options?
  • What if they don't work?
  • Will I need to see a specialist?
  • What will my insurance cover?
  • Can I make lifestyle changes that will help?
  • Where can I get more information?

SOURCES:

FamilyDoctor.org: "Erectile Dysfunction (ED)."

Mayo Clinic: "Preparing for your appointment."

Netdoctor: "Discussing erectile dysfunction (ED) with a doctor."

AUA Foundation: "Erectile Dysfunction: Causes, Risks & Talking to Your Doctor."

Reviewed by Sabrina Felson on October 18, 2020

SOURCES:

FamilyDoctor.org: "Erectile Dysfunction (ED)."

Mayo Clinic: "Preparing for your appointment."

Netdoctor: "Discussing erectile dysfunction (ED) with a doctor."

AUA Foundation: "Erectile Dysfunction: Causes, Risks & Talking to Your Doctor."

Reviewed by Sabrina Felson on October 18, 2020

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