Male impotence, now termed erectile dysfunction, affects million of men in the United States. Lack of education on the part of healthcare professionals and the general public has left this topic a taboo. Treatments for this dysfunction are widely ava ilable, but it is going to take the destroying of the myth that erectile dysfunction is "all in a man's head" before more men feel comfortable seeking these treatments. Numerous recent studies have proven that erectile dysfunction is in fact a medical dy sfunction, more often than mor with a medical cause (70-85% of the time), that can be medically treated successfully.
An excellent source written after o convention of the National Institute of Health concerning impotence. It covers many aspects.
Explain Caverject/Upjohn, the first FDA approved drug for treating impotence, from the Medical Sciences Bulletin.
The myths and facts surrounding impotence--from Pharmacia & Upjohn.
Lists causes, definitions, etc., about impotence.
Introduces a neew penile injection therapy that hopes to be on the market in 1997.
A good source that explains all the diseases that have been associated with impotence.