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Unapproved erectile dysfunction drugs are touted as a "healthy man alternative to the little blue pill."
No significant effect for rosuvastatin, CandHCTZ, or both versus placebo in men aged 55 years.
Men with greater handgrip strength have a lower risk of erectile dysfunction (ED), new findings suggest.
Erectile function among men with vasculogenic erectile dysfunction improved significantly after 6 weeks of treatment with an aspirin dosage of 100 mg/day.
Decrease in scores on the Men's Sexual Health Questionnaire mostly due to ejaculation disorders.
In a study, men with Peyronie's disease who tadalafil 5 mg per day had decreased pain on erection and degree of penile curvature.
Meta-analysis of studies conducted around the world found that men with diabetes have more than 3.5 times increased risk for erectile dysfunction.
A new study found a 52% higher risk for the future development of Parkinson's disease among men with erectile dysfunction.
Long-term use of the drug may predispose men to worsening erectile dysfunction and elevated risk of diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
The risk for developing erectile dysfunction is 15% higher among men with than without gout.
While users had an overall 11% increased risk of melanoma, there wasn't evidence that the drugs cause melanoma.
Oral PDE5 inhibitors improve sperm parameters and can treat erectile dysfunction in men.
Men taking PDE5 lowered their risk of hospitalization and mortality after a heart attack by 33%.
Longer use of finasteride at a dosage of 1.25 mg/day or less among men younger than 42 years is associated with greater risk, study finds.
Chronic periodontitis was associated with 2.2-fold increased odds of ED.
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