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Sexual Function Health Council"The American Foundation for Urological Disease (AFUD) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the research, prevention and cure of urological diseases. The foundation provides a variety of programs to keep medical professionals, patients, and the public informed about urologic disorders, the latest treatment options, and up-to-date research findings. The Sexual Function Health Council of the AFUD educates patients, the public and health care providers on sexual health issues, including ED."
Sexual Function Health Council
1128 North Charles Street
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http://www.afud.org

Impotence Institute of America"The Impotence Institute of America (IIA), a division of the Impotence World Association, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to education about impotence. The IIA provides information on the causes, impact, and treatments on this topic. It also publishes a quarterly newsletter on impotence topics and helps sponsor support groups for men with ED and their partners."
Impotence Institute of America
8201 Corporate Drive, Suite 320
Landover, MD 20715
800-669-1603
http://www.impotenceworld.org

Sildenafil for Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction in Men With Diabetes:JAMA:"Interventions Patients were randomized to receive sildenafil (n=136) or placebo (n=132) as needed, but not more than once daily, for 12 weeks. Patients took the study drug or placebo 1 hour before anticipated sexual activity. The starting dose of sildenafil citrate was 50 mg, with the option to adjust the dose to 100 mg or 25 mg based on efficacy and tolerability, to be taken as needed. Main Outcome Measures Self-reported ability to achieve and maintain an erection for sexual intercourse according to the International Index of Erectile Function and adverse events."
http://jama.ama-assn.org/issues/v281n5/abs/joc81190.html

Impotence:NIDDK:"Impotence is a consistent inability to sustain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. Medical professionals often use the term "erectile dysfunction" to describe this disorder and to differentiate it from other problems that interfere with sexual intercourse, such as lack of sexual desire and problems with ejaculation and orgasm. This fact sheet focuses on impotence defined as erectile dysfunction. Impotence can be a total inability to achieve erection, an inconsistent ability to do so, or a tendency to sustain only brief erections. These variations make defining impotence and estimating its incidence difficult. Experts believe impotence affects between 10 and 15 million American men. In 1985, the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey counted 525,000 doctor-office visits for erectile dysfunction."
http://www.niddk.nih.gov/health/urolog/pubs/impotnce/impotnce.htm

Deciding on a Treatment for ED:impotence.org:"Selecting a treatment for ED is a personal decision that depends on the preferences of you and your partner. Try to learn as much as you can about each treatment option. Here are some questions to think about that may help you reach a decision: How effective and safe is the treatment? How does my partner feel about the treatment? Is it convenient and comfortable to use? Does it fit with my lifestyle? How much does the treatment cost? Will my insurance pay for some or all of it?"
http://www.impotence.org/treatments/index.asp

The Truth About Impotence Treatment Claims:FTC consumer Alert:"Recent advances in treating impotence have opened the floodgates for bogus remedies for this condition. Using the Internet and direct mail solicitations, unscrupulous businesses are capitalizing on the publicity and popularity surrounding a new medical product, exploiting consumers who are desperate for a cure. The fact of the matter: Impotence is a medical condition for which treatments are available from qualified practitioners. Don't be too embarrassed to see your physician before you begin any treatment regimen. When it comes to healthcare or medical products that promise results-especially those for impotence-the Federal Trade Commission offers these tips for evaluating claims you may want to believe, but shouldn't."
http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/alerts/impoalrt.htm

Confronting Erectile dysfunction as a team:American Foundation for Urologic Disease:"Overcoming erectile dysfunction is best achieved when a man and his partner openly communicate, continue to demonstrate love and affection and have a mutual desire to carry through with treatment options. This on-line brochure has been developed to help couples learn more about erectile dysfunction and the treatment options available. It is hoped this brochure will promote dialogue and encourage couples to seek a knowledgeable and caring physician to discuss treatment options for this condition."
http://www.afud.org/conditions/ed.html

Frequently asked questions concerning viagra:Food and Drug Administration:"This list of frequently asked questions and answers on Viagra has been developed by CDER's Drug Information Branch in response to the numerous telephone calls we have received. If you have other questions concerning Viagra or any other human drug products, please feel free to call Drug Information Branch (301) 827-4573. 1. What is Viagra for? Viagra is approved for the treatment of men who have difficulty having and maintaining an erection (impotence). 2. When will Viagra be available to pharmacies? It is our understanding that Viagra will be available to pharmacies in approximately one month. FDA has no control over when products are available in pharmacies after FDA approval for marketing. The decision of availability is completely up to the company marketing the product. For further information contact your pharmacist or Pfizer, Inc. directly."
http://www.fda.gov/cder/consumerinfo/viagra/viagrafaq.htm

Diabetes and Impotence:intelihealth.com:"It is a fact that long-standing diabetes in men, especially with poor control, often leads to erectile dysfunction. By age 43, about 45 percent of men with type 1 diabetes experienced impotence (erectile dysfunction). Some women also report diminished sexual responsiveness, probably due to decreased sensation. Achieving and maintaining an erection is a complex action in which the circulatory, nervous and endocrine systems all play a role and interact with psychological and emotional factors. Diabetes can affect any or all of these systems. Autonomic neuropathies or vascular problems are the usual causes of sexual-performance problems for men. Longer duration of diabetes, poorer control of blood glucose and the presence of other neuropathies all increase the likelihood of impotence. Psychological factors such as anxiety and depression can also cause or contribute to erectile dysfunction, which may be temporary or more long-lasting"
http://www.intelihealth.com/IH/ihtIH?d=dmtContent&c=233288&p=~br,IHW|~st,14220|~r,WSIHW000|~b,*|
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Are any new drugs for impotence besides Viagra being developed or coming on the market?

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Primary Causes and Symptoms:impotenceaware.com:"To raise an erection, a man must have a well-functioning nervous and circulatory system. The circulatory system supplies the blood that fills the spongy erectile tissues inside the penis, producing an erection. The nervous system enables the man to respond to sexual stimulation, and it opens the arteries, increasing blood flow into the penis. As an erection develops, and the penis becomes enlarged, the blood vessels that carry the blood out of the penis become somewhat compressed, reducing outflow, which helps maintain erection until orgasm."
http://www.impotenceaware.com/Symptoms/diabetes.htm



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