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What is erectile dysfunction

What is erectile dysfunction

Signs and symptoms of erectile dysfunction

Signs and symptoms of
erectile dysfunction

Coping with your diagnosis

Coping with your
diagnosis

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Erectile dysfunction is a common condition – one study showed that at least half of all men between the ages of 40 and 70 were affected by ED to some degree. This is a medical condition and, as such, it requires the attention of a doctor. One of the most important reasons to talk to a doctor is that ED can be linked to other serious health conditions.

This website is designed to help you on this route - whether you've recently been diagnosed with ED or have been living with the condition for some time. It explains ED and possible treatment options; plus, you'll find practical advice on lifestyle changes that can help reduce ED, including exercise, diet and relaxation tips.

In this section, you can learn about the causes and typessigns and symptoms and treatments for erectile dysfunction. You can also find out about non-drug treatments for erectile dysfunction, including diet and lifestyle changes you can make, as well as how to get the best out of your NHS services and practical support.

SHS063 Date of preparation May 2013

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