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Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection long enough for satisfactory sexual performance. Sexual desire and the ability to have an orgasm and ejaculate may occur despite the inability to achieve or maintain an erection.ED is often an early warning sign of cardiac problems because vessels affect the blood flow to the penis. It may predate atherosclerosis by a few years.
If you have ED, your doctor will perform a physical examination evaluating the following:
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