Dr. Tom Walsh, University of Washington urologist, discusses the definition of erectile dysfunction and the causes of erectile dysfunction.
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In this video we asked Dr Tom Walsh, the director of the University of Washington Men's Health Center, what the difference is between impotence and erectile dysfunction.
The term 'impotence'and 'erectile dysfunction' mean the same thing. Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, is the new terminology used.
A man has erectile dysfunction when his penis has regularly failed to give an erection that has been good enough to achieve or maintain sexual penetration.
Many different reasons for ED issues - many different
Following up from their previous video answering questions on incontinence, Linda and Galen answer questions they often hear at community health talks on surgical solutions to erectile dysfunction. If you're thinking about getting an implant to fix your ED, here's answers from folks with first hand experience.
What is often missed in discussions about ED and male incontinence is the impact it has on partners. In this touching follow up to Galen's story, Linda shares what it was like from a wife's perspective. It really has an affect on the entire family.