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Will my insurance pay for ED treatment?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner
Your health insurance plan will probably pay for some kinds of erectile dysfunction (ED) diagnosis and treatment. If you have a prescription drug plan, it will probably pay for a limited number of ED drug doses each month. Check with the customer service department of your health insurance company to find out if ED medications are covered and the number of pills you can get each month.

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