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If you’re worried about your erection hardness, you’ve come to the right place

Hard Words has been created to help men with these worries. If you’re looking to try and get your erection hardness back, this is the place to start. If you feel nervous or embarrassed – that’s okay. Let’s just take it one word at a time.



When it comes to a problem with your erection, ‘understanding’ is a hard word.

If you were worried about a problem with any other part of your body, you might speak to your partner, a friend, or – more likely – your doctor. But if you don’t want to ask someone about a problem as personal as this, it can be difficult to understand what’s happening.

Find out everything you wanted to know about ED but were too afraid to ask.


Understanding ED is one thing, accepting it is another.

Even if you understand what erectile dysfunction is all about, it doesn’t mean you want to admit it is happening to you. Erection hardness can be linked to our identity as men and that can make 'acceptance' a hard word.

Find out why ED is nothing to be ashamed of and how these problems are more common than you might think.


Once you’ve accepted you have a problem, you must take action.

There are treatments that can and do help men with ED. To find out if one is right for you, it’s essential you book an appointment with your doctor. But talking to someone about your most intimate bodily functions might make you feel uncomfortable. That’s why ‘action’ is a hard word.

Find out what treatments are available and why talking to your doctor is absolutely nothing to worry about.


‘Commitment’ is a hard word. But if you want to achieve erection hardness over the long-term, it’s essential.

There are three commitments to make. First you need to commit to your treatment and make sure it works properly. Second, if you’re in a relationship, you need to commit to rebuilding intimacy with your partner. And thirdly, if you haven’t done so already, you should commit to a healthy lifestyle.

Find out what you can do and why these three commitments are so important.