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The American Urology Association has found that nearly 75 percent of men who suffer from erectile dysfunction live with it – untreated.
And it’s one of those problems that won’t go away by itself – it will be just get worse as time progresses.
Let’s start with the basics – read more about Erectile dysfunction (ED), what is the best prevention of ED and how is ED diagnosed.
Go through the common myths and facts about erectile dysfunction.
And also don’t forget to read all the warning signs of erectile dysfunction.
We try to cover all details of erectile dysfunction; currently, we have more than 200 articles published. We recommend you start with:
- Natural Ways to Improve Erectile Functioning
- Sleep Disorders can Cause ED
- L-citrilline May Help with Mild ED
- ED Becoming More Common Among Younger Men
- Common ED Myths Debunked
You can find all our ED related articles by clicking here.
Check the FAQ
There are almost 50 million men in the U.S. alone suffering from PE. You are not the only one with questions:
- Should You Try Supplements before ED Drugs?
- Why can’t I get hard?
- How to Protect Your Relationship When Experiencing ED?
- Can Diabetes Cause ED?
- My husband can’t get hard
- Are More Young Men Getting Erectile Dysfunction Than in the Past?
Read all ED related questions here. And if you will not find your question there, do not hesitate to reach us and we’ll try to help you.
low sex drive
Low sex drive and sexual libido is not a problem found only in men. In a recent study of 2,207 women, aged 30 to 70 years, in the U.S., researchers found that the prevalence of low sexual desire ranged from 26.7% to 52.4%.
Luckily, there is help for everybody:
Or dive into this problem and continue reading. Currently, we cover over 120 topics on low sex drive, and we are adding more.
DELAYED & PREMATURE EJACULATION
Regarding one of the biggest studies on how long should intercourse lasts, the “desirable” time for average women is from 7 to 13 minutes.
According tho this studey, anything under 7 minutes is considered too short, and anything above 13 minutes is too long.
It's all about timing
If you suffer from premature ejaculation (PE) start by reading our article about how to last longer in bed and how to prolong sex.
Easiest help is PE is good premature ejaculation supplements. Also, the squeeze technique helped countless men, too.
It’s almost surprising how many men don’t know what the prostate does. Yet, it is one of the most common reasons for sexual problems.
So, let’s check if you don’t have an enlarged prostate with our article about a prostate exam.
It's never too late
If you notice any prostate enlargement symptoms, act right away.
Try to check for some prostate health supplements or healthy prostate exercises.
And jump into our prostate-related articles for more information, tricks and solutions for your problem.