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Erectile Dysfunction and Impotence Treatment
Men don't always needs a pill to reverse erectile dysfunction finds a new study. Even when medication is needed, lifestyle changes can enhance the ability to obtain and maintain a healthy sex life. University of Adelaide researchers found 29 percent of men who focused on healthier lifestyles were able to treat ED problems in a new study.
For men who suffer from a special type of erectile dysfunction, there is a new drug for making sex and life just a little bit better. When an otherwise working erection takes an unusual and painful wayward bend in the wrong direction, two studies report that treatment with Xiaflex significantly reduces this penile curvature deformity.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning today that a counterfeit dietary supplement for male sexual enhancement may be especially dangerous for men who have existing health conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
According to the 2013 American Society for Reproductive Medicine conference reports, red meat and bacon in particular have been named culprits in preventing pregnancy through lowered sperm count.
Sometimes some jobs are best handled by a woman. In a recent issue of Prevention magazine, women are informed that their significant other's erectile dysfunction may require a helping hand from a concerned and caring partner who understands the causes and remedies for treating ED. One way a woman can help her man fix his erectile dysfunction is through four supermarket solutions that have been shown to help with ED.
The demand and scarcity of the source of Yarsagumba, known more commonly as Himalayan Viagra, has led to murder and arrests as court officials in Nepal report the end of a prolonged murder trial wh