Canadian Men's Clinic

Approximately 50% of men with Diabetes will experience erectile difficulties

| Sep 1, 2004

Approximately 50% of men with Diabetes will experience erectile difficulties.

Located in midtown Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa, Canadian Men's Clinic focuses exclusively on the treatment of erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and low sexual desire. The clinic offers private waiting rooms for each visitor, and patient confidentiality is assured.

At Canadian Men's Clinic, the vast majority of men with erectile difficulties can be treated successfully. Men and their partners also gain peace of mind through information provided to them during counseling and education sessions included in the program.

The purpose of our web site located at is to provide a better understanding of erectile difficulties, why they occur, and what treatment options are now available.

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