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erectile dysfunction:

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, inhibited sexual excitement in a man during sexual activity that, despite an unaffected desire for sex, results in inability to attain or maintain a penile erection. Known medically as male erectile dysfunction, it affects younger and older men alike.
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Fact: The standard for FDA review of male impotence drugs should not be the same for FSD drugs.
Finally, male impotence had implications not only procreation, but also the harmonious relationship between husband and wife [16,17].
They gambled that the male impotence drug might open narrowed blood vessels round his lungs.
A new study in the July 23/30 Journal of the American Medical Association suggests Viagra, well known for treating male impotence, can relieve sexual difficulties in women caused by antidepressant use.
Viagra is well established for treating male impotence.
Both boys caught with the male impotence drug were excluded from St Matthew's Academy in Saltcoats, Ayrshire.
Alain Roger writes spiritedly on ageing male impotence, and points to the frequent recourse to masochism (related more than punningly to machismo), and its systematic belittlement of the much younger woman as a strength-sapper, in works by Romain Gary, Serge Doubrovsky, and Tanizaki.
THE embarrassing problem of male impotence is being addressed by a specialist at an Edgbaston hospital.
s Viagra, a prescription drug that treats male impotence.
A clinic dedicated to treating male impotence is being launched in Newcastle this week.
The aqueous extract of its aerial parts is used as choleretic, hepatoprotective, antispasmodic and against male impotence (Morton, 1975; Toursarkissian, 1980).
Whereas Margaret Waller's important book The Male Malady explored the personal stakes in the sick role adopted by many male romantics (dominating women by feigning helplessness), Jenson speculates on the political significance of the literary motif of male impotence during the Restoration: "cryptic signs of the approach of the more definitive financial 'emancipation' [from dependence on a noble patron] and political 'virilization' of the male author [who could now, through his eloquence, become a major player in politics]" (97).