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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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Kostis, professor of medicine, director of the Cardiovascular Institute at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the study's principal investigator, said that older men who have poor cardiovascular health, diabetes or metabolic syndrome often experience erectile dysfunction - and the prevalence of these diseases is expected to increase.
With patients being able to browse the Erectile Doctor directory for free, physicians are exposed to many potential clients.
He said while the sudden onset of erectile dysfunction can be due to psychological reasons or stress, a progressive worsening in sexual dysfunction has to be taken seriously.
Efficacy and safety of pomegranate juice on improvement of erectile dysfunction in male patients with mild to moderate erectile dysfunction: a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, crossover study.
For this study, investigators enrolled 30 men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction, performed andrologic examinations, and assessed their levels of homocysteine and lipoprotein.
5 grams a day) also had no measurable effect on 30 German men suffering erectile difficulties.
The reasons gay men turn to erectile dysfunction treatments more readily than their straight peers are numerous and complex, but much of the explanation may be rooted in gay male culture's idolization of youth and sexual prowess, says Tony Mills, an openly gay Los Angeles physician and the 1998 International Mr.
A significant improvement in erectile function score in a sexual evaluation questionnaire (International Index of Erectile Function) was seen in the androgen-treated patients but not in the placebo-treated patients (21.
The company has pioneered new treatments for some of the world's most debilitating conditions including asthma, Parkinson's disease, drug addiction, erectile dysfunction and surgical adhesions.
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) sponsors programs aimed at understanding the causes of erectile dysfunction and finding treatments to reverse its effects.
Among the measures used were the Short Form Health Survey which includes items on emotional well-being and social functioning, the marital interaction scale from the Cancer Rehabilitation Evaluation System Short Form, and the International Index of Erectile Function.