Erectile DysfunctionInfo Center

Cialis Falls Short in Preventing ED after Radiotherapy

Prostate cancer treatment is a common cause of erectile dysfunction (ED). A new study set out to see if tadalafil (Cialis, Adcirca) could prevent this post-treatment ED.

Cholesterol Rx May Give Men's Love Life a Lift

For older men with narrowing of arteries or other heart health risk factors, statins may be prescribed to lower cholesterol. The medication may add an unexpected boost in the bedroom as well.

FDA Warns of Erections from Methylphenidate Use

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning about a serious potential side effect of methylphenidate products (e.g. Ritalin, Concerta, and Daytrana) used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

At the Heart of Men's Sexual Problems

For men who decide to see their doctor for sexual issues, it may be a good idea to get the heart checked out at the same time. 

A Racing Heart Can Slow a Man's Love Life

When we see the apple of our eye, hearts start to race. But when it's time to get intimate in bed, a constantly racing heart might mean trouble for a man.

Can't Hear the Trouble with ED

What's that you say? Hearing problems in men may lead to what? Hearing loss could mean that men might have trouble getting and staying aroused later on.

Even Young Guys Have Erection Issues

Troubles with getting or keeping an erection have often been linked with older gentlemen. But the condition is happening more often to younger guys as well.

He's Lost That Youthful Feeling, Oh That Manly Feeling

Lots of men might be hesitant to ask the doc if they might have low testosterone. But an increasing number of prescriptions for some hormone replacement shows men could be opening up.

Can Painkillers Keep Men Down?

Opioid painkillers can provide much-needed relief from many painful conditions. But long term use of these medications can increase the chances of having erectile dysfunction in some men.

Got the ED Prescription, Get It Filled

Some men might find it embarrassing or difficult to seek treatment for sexual problems. Though a lot of men with erectile dysfunction make it to the doctor for help, only a few actually take it to the next step.