Books about Impotence

“Impotence Resource Information Books”

Impotence and Prostate Solutions
by Donald L. McCarty
McCarty is a prostate cancer survivor who remembers how difficult it was to ask the right questions and find easy-to-understand literature concerning impotency and prostate problems.

Impotence and Prostate Solutions is a must-read for men and women who are involved with prostate or impotency problems. McCarty’s relaxed and reassuring tone assures the reader that impotency does not mean the end of one’s sex life or marriage. He emphasizes the importance of couples working together and realizing that intimacy can still be achieved. McCarty’s personal experiences and vast research make this a legitimate and interesting read, and hopefully one that will lead to a more fulfilling life.
(Hardcover – 158 pages – August 1, 2000)


The Impotence Sourcebook
by Christopher P. Steidle, John J. Mulcahy
Sourcebook written for the consumer, discusses the different causes of and treatments for impotence. Discusses the physical examination and tests used to determine the cause, as… Read more
(Paperback – September 1999)


Erectile Dysfunction: Integrating Couple Therapy, Sex Therapy, and Medical Treatment
by Gerald R. Weeks, Nancy Gambescia
Weeks (U. of Las Vegas) and Gambescia, a Pennsylvania-based marital and sex therapist, integrate the psychological and organic causes and treatments for the disorder that has become well known with the release of the drug Viagra and as the baby boomers reach their fifties. They reveal that medical… Read more
Hardcover – 201 pages 1 Ed edition (April 15, 2000)


Get It Up! Revealing the Simple Surprising Lifestyle that Causes Migraines, Alzheimer’s, Stroke, Glaucoma, Sleep Apnea, Impotence,…and More!
by Sydney Ross Singer, Soma Grismaijer
Get It Up! explains in clear language how the brain works, what it needs to work well, and how it can become diseased by a simple lifestyle practice that has been recognized, but ignored, my medicine. Self-study directions help the reader practice the needed lifestyle change to recover brain health, vitality, and clarity. More than that, Get It Up! will empower you with information that may extend your life, and improve its quality. (Paperback – October 2000)


Beyond Viagra : A Commonsense Guide to Building a Healthy Sexual Relationship for Both Men and Women
by Gerald A., Md. Melchiode, Bill Sloan(Contributor)
A blast of good sense from a knowledgeable source, this puts Viagra in a proper perspective as a treatment for impotence. Psychiatrist Melchiode has been a therapist in human sexuality for more than 30 years, and he knows a…

The viagra revolution is here, and while the drug truly can help many of the millions of Americans who seek it, it can create as many problems as it can cure. Here is the first book to help readers-men and women together-understand some of the common root causes of sexual dysfunction and determine whether the quick fix of Viagra will help them, or possibly make their situation worse.

Dr. Melchiode, who participated in some of the early clinical trials of Viagra, gives the reader a tour of the sexual psyche, pointing out the obstacles and pitfalls posed by treatment, whether with drugs or through other means. Most important, he makes the critical point that men must involve their partners in the treatment, and offers sage advice on how to do so in a positive and loving manner. He also discusses such thorny issues as the role of the physician, the relationship with one’s insurer or HMO, and the potential impact of Viagra-both good and bad-on male-female relations, and society in general. Read more
(Paperback – March 1999)