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Conditions We Treat: Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction refers to the inability to obtain or maintain an erection that is firm enough or lasts long enough to have satisfactory sexual intercourse. Also known as impotence, erectile dysfunction affects almost all men at one time or another in their lives.

Erectile Dysfunction: What You Need to Know

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Patient Resources


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Request an appointment with a Johns Hopkins Urology specialist at one of our convenient locations in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metropolitan areas.


Why Choose Johns Hopkins for Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction?

Our Physicians

Rely on the expertise of our physicians to help manage erectile dysfunction.

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Bivalacqua, Trinity Jude, M.D., Ph.D.

Primary Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Main Entrance)
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Burnett, Arthur Louis, M.D.

Primary Location: Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
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Wright, Edward James, M.D. III

Primary Location: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Adult Urology Nurse Practitioner

Kristen Burns Farling, DNP, MS, CUNP

Our Patient Education

Learn more about erectile dysfunction and the link between sexual health and chronic conditions, like heart disease and diabetes.

Our Research

For some men, low testosterone causes erectile dysfunction. These men are often treated with testosterone replacement therapy — but at what cost?

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