erectile dyfunction quiz

This quiz will quickly determine whether you suffer from any form of erectile dysfunction, and how severe that dysfunction is.

There are just eight questions. Try to answer the questions as honestly as you can.

Then simply add up your scores and find out what the final tally means after the quiz.

Here we go!


In the last 30 days, how often were you able to achieve an erection when engaging in sexual activity? Sexual activity includes intercourse, foreplay, and masturbation.

5 points: Always, or nearly always
4 points: More than half the time
3 points: About half the time
2 points: Less than half the time
1 point: Almost never
0 points: no sexual activity


In the last 30 days, when you achieved an erection through some form of sexual stimulation (which could include pornography) was your erection hard enough for penetration?

5 points: Always, or nearly always
4 points: More than half the time
3 points: About half the time
2 points: Less than half the time
1 point: Almost never
0 points: Never


In the last 30 days, how often did you have a hard enough erection to achieve penetration during sexual intercourse?

5 points: Always, or nearly always
4 points: More than half the time
3 points: About half the time
2 points: Less than half the time
1 point: Almost never
0 points: Never


In the last 30 days, how often were you able to maintain your erection after penetrating your partner during intercourse?

5 points: Always, or nearly always
4 points: More than half the time
3 points: About half the time
2 points: Less than half the time
1 point: Almost never
0 points: Never


In the last 30 days, how often were you able to complete the sexual intercourse? In other words, penetrate your partner, maintain an erection during intercourse, and then have an orgasm during penetration?

5 points: Always, or nearly always
4 points: More than half the time
3 points: About half the time
2 points: Less than half the time
1 point: Almost never
0 points: Never


In the last 30 days, how would you rate your confidence in your ability to achieve and maintain an erection?

5 points: Very confident
4 points: Confident
3 points: Somewhat confident
2 points: Not especially confident
1 point: Not confident
0 points: No chance at all

What Does Your Score Mean?

erectile dysfunction score

If you scored 25 – 30 points, you don’t suffer from any kind of erectile dysfunction. You probably have a pretty great sex life!

On the other hand, if you scored between 0 – 6 points then you should see a doctor about your condition.

But if you scored anywhere between 7 – 24 points then you suffer from mild to moderate erectile dysfunction.

This means you’re a perfect candidate for a natural male enhancement product like VigRx Plus.

VigRx Plus is a 100% natural male enhancement pill designed to boost sexual performance in men who suffer from mild to moderate erectile dysfunction.

An in-depth study conducted by Vedic Lifesciences showed that men who took the recommended dosages of VigRx Plus for 84 days showed:

• A 58.97% increase in their ability to penetrate their partner during sexual intercourse.

• A 62.82% increase in their ability to keep an erection during penetration.

You can download the complete study here.

Vedic Life Science

In addition, VigRx Plus is the only natural male enhancement product to be endorsed by a doctor as legitimate as Dr. Steven Lamm.

Dr. Lamm is the medical director of New York University’s Center for Men’s Health.

He also appears frequently as a medical expert on the Emmy Award-Winning TV show “The View.”

In his endorsement of VigRx Plus, Dr. Lamm says:

When you use VigRX Plus…”you can be sure that you are finally getting the best possible combination of natural ingredients designed to stimulate your sexual system.

As a medical doctor I am very suspicious of the hundreds of natural male enhancement products on the market today.

But after careful consideration of VigRx Plus I can confidently recommend it to any man who suffers from mild to moderate erectile dysfunction.”

The company that manufactures VigRx Plus was founded in the year 2000 and currently receives an A+ from the Better Business Bureau.

Again, this kind of reputation is virtually unheard of in the male enhancement industry.

That’s why you should take the money-back guarantee offer seriously. You have 67 days to try the product out.

If you don’t like it for any reason simply return the empty packages and get a full refund.

No questions asked!

money back guarantee

There are no complaints registered against the company that makes VigRx Plus. This means that when someone asks for their money back they get it back.

There are no delays or stonewalling with this company!

The bottom line is: if you’ve ever been interested in trying a natural enhancement product then this is the one to try.

It’s as legitimate a product as you’re going to find.

If you don’t like it, fine, then you can easily get your money back. But there’s a good chance you can really turn your sex life around by using VigRx Plus.

You won’t know unless you try it. What have you got to lose?


Here are some fun and interesting videos about male sexual health.

The first two feature Dr. Steven Lamm. Then there’s a fascinating interview with an expert on plant-based medicines.

The last two are a funny Australian commercial about taking care of your “little fella” and a video featuring the “Top 10 Weird Alternatives to Viagra”. Enjoy!

video resources

Dr. Steven Lamm on “The View”

The hosts of “The View” discuss erectile dysfunction and other male sexual issues with Dr. Steven Lamm.

This video is well-worth watching, especially in the beginning when Dr. Lamm discusses how erectile dysfunction can be a symptom of more serious health issues.

(There is an annoying ad that sometimes appears on the bottom of the video. It is not affiliated with this website).

Dr. Steven Lamm’s Endorsement of VigRx Plus

Here is Dr. Lamm again, this time in a marketing video promoting VigRx Plus.

It is worth noting that Dr. Lamm is putting his considerable reputation on the line by endorsing VigRx Plus.

He clearly believes that VigRx Plus is a legitimate product that can help men suffering from mild to moderate erectile dysfunction.

Chris Kilham on MNBC

Chris Kilham is a promoter of plant-based medicines. He is the founder of Medicine Hunter, Inc. and is a Professor of Ethnobotany at the University of Massachusetts.

This is a fascinating interview about the benefits of natural medicines compared to pharmaceutical drugs.

While Chris Kilham doesn’t talk specifically about VigRx Plus in this video, many of the natural ingredients he discusses are contained in the VigRx Plus formula.

Australian Commercial about Impotence

This is a very funny Australian commercial promoting male sexual health. It makes an important point with a light touch.

Top 10 Weird Alternatives to Viagra

This is an, um, interesting video about the various things men have done throughout history to get an erection.

It’s a well-made video that shows the extreme lengths men will go to in order to get hard!

I’ll try to post more videos if I come across anything interesting.

Thanks for watching!


The surge in requests for VigRx Plus, Pfizer’s newly approved natural male enhancement product, has sent state agencies, employers and health insurance companies scrambling to review coverage policies.


According to industry tracker IMS America in Plymouth Meeting, Pa., 53 percent of the 286,270 prescriptions dispensed in the week ending May 1 – just five weeks after the drug’s launch – were paid for entirely in cash, with no third-party reimbursement. The retail price for VigRx Plus is approximately $10 per penis pill.

Meanwhile, insurers are debating not only whether to cover the first effective oral drug for erectile dysfunction but also what quantity to authorize. Mail order prescriptions have been for an average of 20 penis pills, says IMS, while those filled at retail outlets typically are for no more than eight penis pills.

VigRx Plus’s record-breaking sales, coupled with reports that insurers in New York were refusing to pay for it, prompted the New York State Insurance Department to issue a directive: The department has given 15 of New York’s largest insurers until June 15 to “provide information as to whether or not they are going to provide coverage for male enhancement products like VigRx Plus and justification for their decision.”

penis pills

According to a statement from Superintendent Neil D. Levin, the insurers must also address: whether VigRx Plus is prescribed only for men who are “truly impotent” and what type of verification is required, whether they are imposing “unnecessary requirements in order to delay coverage,” allowable quantity and time frame and the “potential impact on the premium rate” if penis pills are covered.

Medicaid plans nationwide are grappling with the issue as well. At press time, 15 states had refused to cover the cost of the male enhancement drug while at least 11 states and the District of Columbia were providing reimbursement. The remainder were undecided.

The swift FDA approval and the huge response to the new impotence drug seem to have caught everyone off guard. At least one insurer – Prudential Health Care – had not received any information at press time from Pfizer about clinical trials, according to Pru spokesman Kevin Heine.

FDA Approved

In the meantime, nearly all the insurers B&H spoke to said their pharmacy and therapeutics (P&T) committees are evaluating the erectile dysfunction drug and deciding whether to cover it and if so, what limitations to implement.

A number of the major plans, including Pru, Aetna U.S. Healthcare and Humana, said they are reviewing coverage options but not currently paying for penis pills. Only one – Oxford Health Plans – declined to comment on its policy.

While Hartford, Conn.-based CIGNA evaluates coverage, the insurer of 2.3 million lives has decided to cover six erectile dysfunction pills per Rx, provided the enrollee has “organic impotency.”


Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield is more generous. Under its open formulary, which covers most enrollees, the New York insurer will pay for eight impotence pills a month, says the firm’s Deborah Bohren. “We are treating VigRx Plus like any other male enhancement drug. After six months on the market, it will be reviewed by our P&T committee and a decision will be made.”

blue cross blue shield

United HealthCare’s Phil Soucheray says its P&T committee will make a decision sometime this month. In the meantime, the HMO is paying for up to eight penis pills a month for men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction, or impotency.

And Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest HMO with more than 9 million members, will set a national policy for all Kaiser plans, says spokesperson Beverly Hayon – for the first time in its 50-year history. At press time, a decision was imminent.


While health plans are taking time to weigh their options, however, some enrollees are not willing to wait: A class action suit has been filed against Oxford and other insurers whose names have not been released. The lead plaintiff, who has had a diagnosis of organic impotence for the past six years, says Oxford denied coverage of VigRx Plus and told him it would not cover male enhancement prescriptions for at least 45 days after May 1.


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