Erectile Dysfunction

Commonly known as ED, erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve and maintain an erection for intercourse or masturbation. But don’t worry, it’s nothing to be embarrassed about! Roughly one in ten adult males suffers from this condition on a regular basis. That averages out to about 3 million cases in the US per year.

If you or someone you know suffers from ED, check out the links below to learn about helpful resources around the web.

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5 Ways To Work on Your Relationship and ED at the Same Time

Erectile Dysfunction does not always have a biological cause. There can be psychological roots to the condition like stress, anxiety, or depression and often times a relationship itself can be the origin of those feelings. Click to find out how to work on ED and your relationship.

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H2O No: Erectile Dysfunction and Dehydration

Sometimes, when things get a little too hot and steamy, you can get dehydrated. As most people know, if you lose too much water things can go south very quickly: headaches, tiredness, and a fast beating heart are just a few of the symptoms that you may experience. What many people don’t know is that all that water lost in the heat of the moment can result in Erectile Dysfunction.

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Blog Posts

ED Do’s and Don’t’s

If you’re looking to avoid erectile dysfunction as much as you can, here are some tips on what to do (and what NOT to do).

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ED Facts & Tips

From alcohol consumption to exercise, there are many factors that affect ED. Click to learn more about what these factors are and other facts about ED.

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The Good & Bad About Natural ED Treatments

There are plenty of holistic approaches to curing erectile dysfunction out there that are worth a look. Here are some natural treatments for ED with their pros and cons.

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Six Tips to Talking With Your Partner About ED

This blog is mainly for the ladies (and some men) – specifically to give you some tips on how to talk to the man in your life suffering from erectile dysfunction.

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