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MAIN Arrow to Health Health Arrow to Disease Diseases Arrow to Erectile Dysfunction Erectile Dysfunction

"You know, doc, I saw this info on the Web" is a great way to broach the subject with your family physician - who is always your best source of information on ED.

Erectile dysfunction is also known as male impotence, a common condition in men that may be caused by physical exhaustion, stress, or more serious medical conditions such as diabetes.

With drugs such as as Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis, ED can be treated successfully in otherwise healthy men. Reported ED drug side effects include an occasional "Viagra blue" tinge to eyesight. Since these new formulations are nitrate drugs, men treated for heart disease should take special care in seeking the cure ....

More about erectile dysfunction around the Web:

Erectile Dysfunction - This US government health site explains the known causes and effects of this dysfunction, with a discussion on treatment, research, plus related resources to more information.

Absolute Answers To Impotence ED from the man's perspective, with answers to common questions,

Viagra - From Pfizer, the drug company that developed Viagra, with well-balanced information, a section for health professionals, and a Spanish language version.

Levitra - The official site for the second major drug for male impotence introduced post-Viagra, with lots of good information on the male malady including common questions and a male sexual health inventory, courtesy of Bayer and GlaxoSmithKline.

Cialis - From Eli Lilly, boasting 36 hour effectiveness with facts on dosage, side effects and usage.

This information is intended as reference and not as medical advice.
All treatment decisions should be made by medical professionals.

 

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