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Is erectile dysfunction always a psychological problem?

Ed Ratush
Ed Ratush on behalf of Good In Bed
Psychiatry
YES. erectile dysfunction can have a physiologic component such as blood flow. And for this medications such as PDE5 inhibitors are helpful. But even in these cases there is a psychological component. If you do not treat the mental aspect of ED you will at best have partial treatment, partial results. And erection or not the Dysfunction will remain!

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