Erectile dysfunction: ‘I felt less of a man when the problem started’

‘I kept telling my wife that it was not her, but I think she was thinking there was something wrong with her’

Depression and anxiety are common in men with erectile dysfunction and can affect not only the sexual relationship but social and work activities as well

Depression and anxiety are common in men with erectile dysfunction and can affect not only the sexual relationship but social and work activities as well

Men are generally not known for taking care of their health, unless something they really care about takes a hit – their penis.

It’s a tricky subject and a lot of guys are not comfortable owning up to performance problems in the bedroom, which makes addressing and treating erectile dysfunction (ED) a minefield of sorts. It can cause stress, shatter a man’s self-confidence and contribute to the breakdown of a relationship.

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