erectile dysfunction


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  • noun

Synonyms for erectile dysfunction

impotence resulting from a man's inability to have or maintain an erection of his penis

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It is generally considered as the first line of treatment for erectile dysfunction.
The study suggested that a man's risk of erectile dysfunction increased by 11.
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.
The bottom line: More men with erectile dysfunction said that they were helped by large amounts of ginseng than by a placebo.
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.
In the interim, 119 men had developed mild erectile dysfunction; 70, moderate erectile dysfunction; and 72, severe or complete erectile dysfunction.
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.
population, one million new cases of erectile dysfunction will emerge annually between now and 2025, according to unpublished research by McKinlay.
Panic-stricken by the tsunami of demand for Viagra, many insurance companies plan to cover the drug only for serious sufferers of erectile dysfunction.
The study helps executives estimate Erectile Dysfunction market potential, assess unmet need, develop drug forecasting models, and build population-based health management frameworks.
The growing impact of clinical trials and tests for erectile dysfunction drugs also contribute to the growth in this market.
While larger population-based studies are needed, the findings suggest that erectile dysfunction in young men may be more prevalent and more serious than previously thought.
Men with erectile dysfunction (ED) are twice as likely to suffer heart attacks as men without ED, according to a recent analysis of the health records of more than 25,000 U.