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What should I know if my partner has erectile dysfunction?

Diana Meeks
Diana Meeks on behalf of Sigma Nursing
Family Practitioner

If your partner has erectile dysfunction, it's important to maintain open and honest communication and to support one another. Erectile dysfunction shouldn't be interpreted as decreased interest in sex, because that's often not the case. Remember that your partner may feel embarrassed, ashamed, or frustrated about his ED, so continue to support him. It's also important to remember that erectile dysfunction can often be treated, so help your partner through whatever treatment you decide on together.

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