Tag: Erectile Dysfunction

Study testosterone may not treat Erectile Dysfunction

Study testosterone may not treat Erectile Dysfunction

Testosterone Supplements May Not work for Erectile Dysfunction and could be Risky The American Society for Reproductive Medicine in Orlando, Florida was presented with findings from a report which has found that testosterone does not help men with erectile dysfunction. The study investigated a group of men, all 60 or older. The men had been [...]

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The Effect of Medication on Erectile Dysfunction

The Effect of Medication on Erectile Dysfunction

Men who suffer from Erectile Dysfunction could be affected by the amount of prescription and over-the-counter drugs they take on a daily basis. A Recent Study The study carried out on more than 37,000 men between the ages of 46 and 69. They were asked to give details of their daily medication, including prescription and [...]

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Erectile Dysfunction Symptoms

Erectile Dysfunction Symptoms

Although erectile dysfunction symptoms can differ from person to person from mild to severe, there are some that are nearly always present, which are difficulty getting an erection, difficulty sustaining an erection long enough to finish having sex and a decreased sexual libido. Erectile dysfunction symptoms can also be an early indicator of other medical [...]

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Erectile Dysfunction Causes

Erectile Dysfunction Causes

In order to get an erection a number of things need to happen successfully. When a man becomes sexually excited the brain sends a signal via the nervous system instructing more blood to be sent to the penis, causing it to stiffen. If any problem occurs either with the nervous system or the blood circulation [...]

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Exercise and Good Diet can help Erectile Dysfunction

Exercise and Good Diet can help Erectile Dysfunction

A new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine has highlighted that erectile dysfunction may be an early warning sign for the onset of heart problems. It says that the warning period may be as great as five years. The study researcher, Stephen L. Kopecky, MD, a cardiologist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. [...]

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