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erectile

Physiol (of tissues or organs, such as the penis or clitoris) capable of becoming rigid or erect as the result of being filled with blood
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Investigators evaluated the consequences of cholesterol lowering with a statin, pharmacologic blood pressure reduction, and a combination of the two, on erectile function.
Erectile function was measured using a questionnaire (the International Index of Erectile Function IIEF questionnaire) completed by more than 2,000 men at the beginning of the study and again at a mean follow-up of 5.
According to researchers, in addition to health and quality of life for men, erectile dysfunction has long been associated with CV disease.
Aging men that visit their doctors to get erectile dysfunction drugs often have no idea what causes this condition.
Erectile Doctor's mission is to become an invaluable resource for men with sexual health issues.
There is a strong link between erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular disease as the risk factors for both are the same.
The more severe the erectile dysfunction gets, the higher the level of homocysteine.
1) After six weeks, there was no difference in the two groups' answers to questions about sex drive, erectile function, successful attempts at intercourse, and sexual satisfaction.
Erectile dysfunction often appears 1-5 years before a man manifests overt signs of cardiovascular disease.
Morse's experimentation with and expectations of erectile dysfunction medications aren't uncommon, health care providers say.
PHILADELPHIA -- Short-term administration of testosterone in men with erectile dysfunction and low-normal androgen levels improved the erectile response in men taking sildenafil who previously did not respond to the drug, Dr.