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.
Lower levels have no significant effect; findings consistent in racially diverse population.
High levels of free and bioavailable testosterone are associated with a significantly decreased risk of ED in younger men.
It is cost-effective, potentially saving $21.3 billion over 20 years by preventing 1.1 million cardiovascular events, researchers say.
Men who get the most physical activity report more erections and orgasms.
Lower testosterone levels linked to decreased sexual activity and desire, but not to fewer erections.
Only 6.7% of men reported erections that were as good after radical prostatectomy, as before—much lower than would be expected by IIEF-5 scores.
In this study, over half the men referred for borderline testosterone levels had depression.
Depression is prevalent among men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
The authors recommend consideration of testosterone assays in men who fail to respond to PDE5 inhibitors in an effort to optimize outcomes.
Correlation identified between functional capacity and erectile function improvement
Sexual function declines for both men and women following radical prostatectomy, but some aspects of care may help couples.
Men who take phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors after radical prostatectomy are more likely to experience biochemical recurrence of disease.
A Turkish study found that 55% of male coronary artery disease patients had some degree of erectile dysfunction.
Potency was observed in 51% of unilateral surgery patients and 71% of bilateral surgery patients who received oral therapy.
Nerve-sparing surgery by robot-assisted laparoscopy was associated with a 2.4 times increased odds of regaining potency versus open surgery
In a placebo-controlled study, 57% of men unable to have intercourse were able to do so without medication after receiving the treatment.
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