Fast Five Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Erectile Dysfunction?

Bradley Schwartz, DO, FACS; Edward David Kim, MD

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June 18, 2015

Pure psychogenic impotence is relatively uncommon. It is characterized objectively by the presence of good nocturnal and morning erections and negative findings on all other tests. However, a psychogenic component is often present in men with organic ED. A history of highly variable erections that can be totally absent one day but virtually normal the next suggests a psychogenic cause. Virtually 100% of men with severe depression have ED.

For more on the presentation of ED, read here.

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