I have not been able to get an erection. Do I have erectile dysfunction?

Over the past few weeks, I have not been able to get an erection. How do I know if I have erectile dysfunction? Should I see someone about this?

ANSWERS FROM DOCTORS (2)


Answered by Marvin L. Stein, MD, FACS

You may have a form of erectile dysfunction and if it persists, you should see a urologist.

Published on Feb 12, 2015

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Answered by Marvin L. Stein, MD, FACS

You may have a form of erectile dysfunction and if it persists, you should see a urologist.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Answered by Marc Greenstein D.O.

Erectile dysfunction is usually a gradual change, usually not a sudden change. There are many causes of sudden onset of ED such as stress, lack of sleep, depression and "life." Give it more time and then see a primary care physician or urologist if it continues.

Published on Feb 12, 2015

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Answered by Marc Greenstein D.O.

Erectile dysfunction is usually a gradual change, usually not a sudden change. There are many causes of sudden onset of ED such as stress, lack of sleep, depression and "life." Give it more time and then see a primary care physician or urologist if it continues.

Published on Jul 11, 2012

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