According to the AUA guidelines, men who have symptoms of erectile dysfunction should undergo a thorough medical, sexual, and psychosocial history; a physical examination; and selective laboratory testing. Men with erectile dysfunction should also undergo morning serum total testosterone measurement.
The AUA suggests that men with erectile dysfunction should be informed about several treatment options, including a PDE5i, vacuum erection device, intraurethral alprostadil, intracavernosal injections, and penile prosthesis implantation. For men who are considering intracavernosal injections, the AUA recommends an in-office injection test. Men who are considering a PDE5i should be informed that it may be more effective if combined with testosterone therapy. Penile venous surgery is not recommended for men with erectile dysfunction.
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This Fast Five Quiz was excerpted and adapted from the Medscape Drugs & Diseases articles Paraphilic Disorders, Female Sexual Dysfunction, Female Orgasmic Disorder, Erectile Dysfunction, and Delayed Ejaculation.
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Cite this: Stephen Soreff, Bradley Schwartz, Michel E. Rivlin. Fast Five Quiz: Sexual Disorders - Medscape - Aug 11, 2020.