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Compared with laparoscopic radical prostatectomy, robotic-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy is associated with a 51% increased likelihood of return of erectile function.
Results of a prospective study have implications for patient counseling.
Men with ED had more than twice the odds of undiagnosed diabetes.
Gout is associated with an elevated likelihood of both organic and psychogenic ED.
Amphetamine users were twice as likely as non-users to experience erectile dysfunction.
Researchers saw no improvement for patients with low testosterone and delayed ejaculation.
Slightly higher odds for men on ED drugs, but lifestyle factors are the likelier culprit.
International effort takes aim at more than 1,050 websites
Gout increased the risk of erectile dysfunction in men by 21%.
Researchers identify depression as the most important determinant.
Study suggests caffeine may help maintain healthy blood flow and sexual function.
Increased odds of erectile dysfunction and/or lower urinary tract symptoms in men with T1DM.
Hypogonadism was present in 42.8% of subjects, yet TRT was used by only 3.9%.
Insertion of these devices decreased from 4.6% of erectile dysfunction cases in 2002 to 2.3% in 2010.
A new report combines data from 20 studies to provide definitive information.
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