Erectile Dysfunction / Premature Ejaculation News From Medical News Today

Men with diet-induced erectile dysfunction may benefit from hitting the gym
Obesity continues to plague the U.S. and now extends to much of the rest of the world. One probable reason for this growing health problem is more people worldwide eating the so-called Western diet, which contains high levels of saturated fat, omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids (the type of fat found in vegetable oil), and added sugar...

Penile Implant's 8-Month Erection Problem, Patient Sues Urologist
A penile implant procedure ended up forcing patient Daniel Metzgar having to live with a permanent erection for 8 months, according to his attorney Michael C. Heyden at a medical malpractice suit being heard at New Castle County Superior Court, Wilmington, Delaware, USA. Truck driver Metzgar, 44, complained that the permanent erection made it difficult for him to go about his daily business...

Erectile Dysfunction In Young Men May Be More Prevalent Than Previously Thought
In a recent analysis of one outpatient clinic, one in four men seeking medical help for newly-developed erectile dysfunction (ED) was younger than 40 years, and nearly half of young men with the condition had severe ED...

Erectile Dysfunction Much More Common Among Young Men Than Previously Thought
According to a new analysis, published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, the number of young men suffering from erectile dysfunction may be much higher than previously thought. Erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence or ED, occurs when a man is unable to sustain an erection which is sufficient for sexual intercourse...

Erectile Dysfunction Tied To Long Term Painkiller Use
A new study suggests that long term use of opioid prescription painkillers for back pain is tied to a higher risk of erectile dysfunction (ED). The findings are published in the 15 May online issue of the journal Spine. Lead author Richard A...

Painkillers Increase Risk of Erectile Dysfunction
Regularly taking prescription painkillers, commonly called opioids, is linked to a greater risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men, according to a new study published in Spine. Over 11,000 men suffering from back pain were involved in the research...

Sildenafil Helps Turn 'Bad' White Adipose Tissue Into 'Good And Healthy' Brown Adipose Tissue
Although sildenafil is best known for promoting erections, it may also serve as a weight loss aid by coaxing our bodies to store more healthy "brown fat" relative to unhealthy "white fat" than it would otherwise do on its own...

The Majority Of Men With Erectile Dysfunction Remain Untreated
Despite the high erectile dysfunction (ED) prevalence most patients receive no treatment, according to a new US study, presented at the 28th Annual EAU Congress. Undertreatment of ED continues to be common, even though the treatments have a proven efficacy and quality of life impact...

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