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Is erectile dysfunction reversible or it happened that is all and it's permanent?

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Dr. Rashid Khan
Internal Medicine 33 years experience
Erectile Dysfunction: There are several causes of erectile dysfunction which includes medical conditions like diabetes hypertension.Medications, drugs, and other psychological factors. Some of these causes are reversible. If you are concerned see your doctor for advice.
Dr. Oscar Novick
Pediatrics 58 years experience
Reversible: It can be reversible once the underlying cause is remedied.
Dr. Rodrigo Delacotera
internal Medicine 20 years experience
Reversible: In most cases, it is reversible, especially if it is associated with a medical problem that can be controlled ( like diabetes ) or emotional reason ( like anxiety ) . Please also note that several medications ( i.e. Some blood pressure meds) can cause it, as a side effect.

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