A proper medical history and physical evaluation are very vital in diagnosing male sexual dysfunction. In addition, the physician may perform certain basic tests to rule out medical problems that may the cause of the dysfunction. An opinion of a urologist, an endocrinologist, a neurologist and sex therapist may be required based on the evaluation made by the physician.
Some of the common tests for diagnosing male sexual dysfunction include (but are not limited to):
Certain cases may require advanced tests such as: