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Sexual Health Inventory For Men

Sexual health is an important part of an individual's overall physical and emotional well-being. Erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence, is one type of very common medical condition affecting sexual health. Fortunately, there are many different treatment options for erectile dysfunction. This questionnaire is designed to help you and your doctor identify if you may be experiencing erectile dysfunction. If you are, you may choose to discuss treatment options with your doctor.

Each question has several possible responses. Select the number of the response that best describes your own situation. 

Answer the following questions
How do you rate your confidence that you could get and keep an erection?
When you had erections with sexual stimulation, how often were your erections hard enough for penetration (entering your partner)?
During sexual intercourse, how often were you able to maintain your erection after you had penetrated (entered) your partner?
During sexual intercourse, how difficult was it to maintain your erection to completion of intercourse?
When you attempted sexual intercourse, how often was it satisfactory for you?

A score of 1 to 7 indicates severe ED. If your score is 1 - 7, consider making an appointment with a provider for diagnosis and, if necessary, treatment. Use the find a provider tool to locate a physician who treats ED in your area.

A score of 8-11 indicates moderate ED. If your score is 8 - 11, consider making an appointment with a provider for diagnosis and, if necessary, treatment. Use the find a provider tool to locate a physician who treats ED in your area.

A score of 12-16 indicates mild to moderate ED. If your score is 12 - 16, you may want to consider making an appointment with a provider for diagnosis and, if necessary, treatment. Use the find a provider tool to locate a physician who treats ED in your area.

A score of 17-21 indicates mild ED. If your score is 17 - 21 and you are concerned about possibly having ED, you may want to consider making an appointment with a provider for diagnosis and, if necessary, treatment. Use the find a provider tool to locate a physician who treats ED in your area.

A score of 22 or more suggests you do not have ED.