7 Websites for People with Erectile Dysfunction or Other Sexual Problems
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Once you've learned the basics about men's sexual dysfunction from us, you may want to see what other reputable websites have to say. Follow these links for our favorite online tools and resources, including videos, news, and a directory of physicians.
NYU Medical Center
Source: NYU Medical Center
Who it's for: Men who suspect they might have a sexual disorder.
Why we like it: This 10-question quiz screens for sexual disorders. You may find it helpful to print out and bring to your initial meeting with your doctor.
Sexual Health Doctors
Source: Sexual Health Doctors
Who it's for: Men with sexual health problems seeking professional help.
Why we like it: Although it's sponsored by Pfizer (the company that makes Viagra), this handy online directory, searchable by zip code or state, is a great way to find a physician in your area who treats sexual health conditions.
The New York Times
Source: The New York Times
Who it's for: Men seeking professional help for their ED.
Why we like it: This is a list of questions you can expect to be asked if you consult a doctor about your erectile dysfunction. Review the questions before your appointment so you’ll be prepared with answers.
Who it's for: Men with erectile dysfunction.
Why we like it: This short clip uses animation to demonstrate how sildenafil citrate (the active ingredient in Viagra) helps one achieve an erection.
Who it's for: Men with sexual-health questions or comments.
Why we like it: This forum about men's sexual health is one of the most active we've seen. Men (and women) post tons of questions and responses on topics such as ED, premature ejaculation, lack of desire, inability to orgasm, and more.