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Which causes of erectile dysfunction are reversible?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
Surveys show that many men labor under the impression that erectile dysfunction is an inevitable part of aging. That's plain wrong. Not only is erectile dysfunction avoidable, but you can take steps to reverse the condition. One major study found that men who developed erectile dysfunction had several qualities in common: They were overweight and didn't exercise. For some men with erectile dysfunction, rediscovering a satisfying sex life could be as simple as eating right and getting off the sofa. If you need help formulating a diet and exercise plan, talk to your doctor. 

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