Diagnosis & Disease Information

ED Linked to Thalidomide

VIENNA—Erectile dysfunction (ED) may be a common adverse effect of thalidomide used to treat hematologic diseases, according to a study presented here at the 12th Congress of the European Hematology Association.

Why Smoking Is Associated with ED

Vascular disease may explain the previously established link be-tween smoking and erectile dysfunction (ED), a Finnish study suggests. Additionally, ED may be a silent vascular disease in ex-smokers.

Counseling ED Patients About Lifestyle

It’s increasingly clear that erectile dysfunction (ED) is strongly linked to a range of underlying ailments including systemic vascular disease, diabetes, and obesity. These disorders, in turn, are associated with diet, exercise, and other lifestyle and emotional factors.

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