Erectile dysfunction (ED), along with obesity, peripheral vascular disease, and alcohol use raise a man’s risk for metabolic syndrome, Spanish researchers report.
Taking tadalafil once a day may benefit men who have not had much success with as-needed erectile dysfunction medications, American scientists report.
Copper wire therapy might be a viable way to treat cavernous hemangiomas of the penis, Chinese researchers report.
Switching to a different oral contraceptive might improve sexual function for women who have contraceptive-related sexual problems, researchers have found.
Three-piece inflatable penile prostheses (IPPs) have high rates of satisfaction among patients and their female partners, according to a study published online last month in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
American men who have problems with glycemic control, insulin resistance, and metabolic syndrome have a higher risk of developing erectile dysfunction (ED), according to a recent study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.