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Do you suffer from pathological erectile dysfunction?

With this self-test you can easily find out if there are any serious indications of pathological erectile dysfunction in your body. This test is based on the so-called IIEF-score. IIEF stands for «International Index of Erectile Function». In medicine, the IIEF-score is not only used for the diagnosis of erectile dysfunction, but also for success monitoring of therapies.

Self-test erectile dysfunction

Of course, the test cannot and will not replace a medical examination and diagnosis. For each form of erectile dysfunction a medical examination is advisable. This is all the more true as even mild erectile dysfunctions can be an early warning sign for circulatory disorders such as coronary heart disease or peripheral arterial occlusive disease.

Please answer the following 15 questions completely, otherwise an appraisal is not possible. You receive the test result at the end. It is only visible to you.

1.

How often have you managed to get an erection during sexual activity in the last month?

2.

When you had erections with sexual stimulation in the last month, how often were your erections hard enough for penetration?

3.

When you attempted sexual intercourse in the last month, how often were you able to penetrate your partner?

4.

During sexual intercourse in the last month, how often were you able to maintain your erection after you had penetrated your partner?

5.

During sexual intercourse in the last month, how difficult was it to maintain your erection to completion of intercourse?

6.

How often have you attempted sexual intercourse in the last month?

7.

When you attempted sexual intercourse, how often was it satisfactory for you?

8.

How much did you like your sexual intercourse in the last month?

9.

When you have had sexual stimulation or intercourse during the last month, how often have you ejaculated?

10.

When you have had sexual stimulation or intercourse during the last month, how often have you had the feeling of orgasm (with or without ejaculation)?

11.

How often did you feel sexual desire during the last month?

12.

How high would you rate your sexual desire during the last month?

13.

How satisfied have you been with your overall sex life during the last month?

14.

How satisfied have you been with your sexual relationship with your partner during the last month?

15.

How do you rate your confidence with regard to the last month that you could get and keep an erection?