Statistics and general information about erectile dysfunction

Dealing with erectile dysfunction (ED) can be a depressing and/or confusing process for many men. The two things we recommend you do if you think you have ED is to…

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How to talk about erectile dysfunction with your partner

Erectile dysfunction can bring with it all sorts of thoughts and emotions, one of which is frequently the feeling of shame. It can be hard to admit to yourself that…

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Shockwave therapy for ed: how it works

Shockwave therapy was being used for years to treat erectile dysfunction in trials. People with more minor cases of erectile dysfunction were seeing great results. However, big pharma and medical…

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LIVING WITH PEYRONIE’S DISEASE

Peyronie’s Disease can be a trying time for most men. In fact, over  75%  of men who have Peyronie’s disease have reported that they are stressed and depressed due to…

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ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION AND NUTRITION

Erectile Dysfunction and Nutrition It’s common knowledge that healthy eating is better for your body. A balanced diet is even proven to improve mental health on top of physical health.…

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HOW TO STOP ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION FROM RUINING YOUR HOLIDAY CHEER

The holiday season is upon us, which means it is prime family time. From snuggling by the fire under holiday lights to kissing as the new year rolls in, the…

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PEYRONIE’S DISEASE AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

When it comes to men’s sexual health, most individuals are reluctant to discuss any issues they may be experiencing whether it be due to embarrassment, fear of judgment, or even…

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DRUGS AND ED : WHAT’S THE CORRELATION?

Drugs and ED: What’s the Correlation? We know many different things can cause ED to happen, but it’s not only physical problems that could be causing impotence. Medications you’re taking…

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THE CONNECTION BETWEEN INFLAMMATION AND ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

As human beings, we are no strangers to inflammation. Many conditions cause inflammation including infections, viruses, and wounds. Often, inflammatory responses are short-lived and go away once the trigger has…

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