On call. When I saw my doctor on my 73rd birthday, my only complaint was that I've been having trouble with my erections over the past year. I was surprised that my doctor didn't do any blood tests beyond the usual battery, and he didn't refer me to a specialist. Instead, he gave me a prescription for Viagra. The pills are working fine, but should I have tests to find out what's wrong?

Simon, H.B.

Harvard Men's Health Watch 11(2): 8

2006


ISSN/ISBN: 1089-1102
PMID: 17131528
Accession: 049766500

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