Erectile-Dysfunction Questionnaire

Things every man with ED should know:

ED is common
Around 1 in 10 men have an erection problem (referred to medically as erectile dysfunction: ED), so you are not alone.

You could have an underlying illness. The most important reason to get your ED checked out is because in around 80% of cases, there is an underlying illness.

If there is an underlying illness causing your ED, it could be something like diabetes or high blood pressure, and in all likelihood your doctor may be able to deal with this also.

Talk about it
ED may have a potentially serious effect upon your relationship, so it is important to talk to your partner about it. You may both find it easier to deal with by talking about it.

Your doctor is the best person to talk to about the treatments now available and the differences between them

Treat It
There are now 10 different treatments available for your ED. These include: oral tablets, injections, insertions, vacuum pumps, hormones, surgery and counseling.

Your doctor is the best person to talk to about the treatments now available and the differences between them.

A healthy approach to life and love
You should also remember that receiving and ED treatment is not the “end of the story”. As well as keeping a regular check on your general health and fitness, you may also need to consider ways to bring the intimacy and romance back into your relationship.

How is your man dealing with erection problems?
Yes No
It is likely he has erectile dysfunction (ED) which does affect 1 in 10 men It is unlikely he has ED if it has only happened on one occasion, though if it does happen more often you should talk to him about it and he may need to talk to his doctor
Remember 1 in 10 men have an erection problem and in around 80% of these there is an underlying illness causing it
Have you spoken to him about this?
Yes No
Good. It may help to talk about it and address this problem TOGETHER. Some couples find it easier dealing with ED together, and talking to him about it is the first step. Remember, his erection problem could be a symptom of an underlying illness so it is important to address it.
Remember think about what you’re going to say and try to be as supportive as you can while discussing his ED.
Has he spoken to his doctor?
Yes No
Good Some couples find it easier dealing with ED together, and talking to him about it is the first step. Remember, his erection problem could be a symptom of an underlying illness so it is important to address it.
Remember his doctor will be able to talk to him about ED and you may wish to detach the enclosed card to help him with this.

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