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Erectile dysfunction, a sexual problem that affects between 15 million and 30 million American men, can be caused by injury, stress, or certain diseases or medications, among other things. A man with erectile dysfunction has a repeated inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. While the incidence of erectile dysfunction increases with age, erectile dysfunction is not an inevitable part of aging. There are medicines (such as Viagra®, Levitra®, and Cialis®) that can effectively treat erectile dysfunction at any age; and additional types of erectile dysfunction medication are currently being tested for safety and effectiveness.
 
Welcome to the Erectile Dysfunction Health Channel by eMedTV. On this channel, you will find a wide variety of articles on erectile dysfunction. Whether you are looking for information about the various prescription drugs or other options for treating erectile dysfunction, specific tests your healthcare provider may use to diagnose the condition, or lifestyle changes you can make on your own that may help your erectile dysfunction, we have what you're looking for. From causes to supplements, you'll find the information you need here.
 
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