Note: There are many websites that deal with Erectile
Dysfunction (ED) or sexual dysfunction. Unfortunately,
search engines typically return mostly those selling ED
drugs or herbal ED remedies along with sites promoting
pornography. The sites listed below are reputable
and discuss ED and other sexual problems responsibly.
Regarding anorgasmia, the inability to have an
orgasm, many websites still promote the idea it is
strictly a psychological condition and ignore the
physical aspects of it, particularly those encountered
by aging men. See my book
Your Prostate, Your
Libido, Your Life for more
FrankTalk - The support project of the Erectile Dysfunction Foundation, Inc (EDF), a 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization whose mission is: “To educate men about erectile dysfunction and help them find treatment or cure through education, support, advocacy, and research.” This site has
"no-holds barred", peer-to-peer forum discussions of men's sexual issues.
Wikipedia, Erectile Dysfunction - information from
Wikipedia, the multilingual, web-based, free content
Medline Plus, Erectile Dysfunction - Information on
ED from Medline and the National Library of Medicine.
WebMd, Erectile Dysfunction - The WebMD ED home page
The Urology Channel, Erectile Dysfunction - a
medical information website of Healthcommunities.com,
Wikipedia, Anorgasmia - Inability or delayed ability
to have an orgasm from Wikipedia, the multilingual,
web-based, free content encyclopedia.
About Anorgasmia - From the About.com site of the
New York Times Company.
KwikMed - A company granted regulatory approval to prescribe FDA-approved and domestically manufactured medications