- In a survey conducted among 201 men, the majority of those with gout reported having erectile dysfunction (ED). As ED has also been associated with problems of the heart, gout patients should also be screened for vascular diseases.
- The tiny blue pill may be effective at treating ED, but scientists are skeptical a pill is even the best way to go.
- Have trouble rising to the occasion in the bedroom? Try these six ways — from walking 2 miles to drinking watermelon juice — to naturally overcome erectile dysfunction.
- Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction may benefit from drinking watermelon juice, "nature’s Viagra," to improve blood flow to the penis without the side effects of the blue pill.
- MosKa, the "natural" libido energy drink, has been banned after Australian testers found it contained high doses of an erectile dysfunction drug.
- Can this ice cream become an erectile dysfunction treatment? Viagra champagne-flavored ice cream arouses consumers with just 25 milligrams per scoop.
- Warning: Men who use the erectile dysfunction treatment, Viagra, face double the risk of developing melanoma because the drug may affect the same genetic pathways that allow skin cancer to become more invasive.
- Impotence, or "E.D." (erectile dysfunction) affected 31 percent of men in a study in Australia. But researchers say the condition may be reversed naturally through healthier lifestyle choices.
- Cholesterol medication improved men's erectile dysfunction by 25 percent in a recent study.
- "Viagra for women" may have outlasted its usefulness as a medical science goal, as the mechanisms for sexual arousal differ between the sexes.
- Treatments for erectile dysfunction, such as Viagra, may improve sex life, but they won't improve relationships or overall quality of life for men.
- Men with neck circumferences that exceed 16 inches are more likely to be bad in bed, according to a new study.
A penile erection is the hydraulic effect of blood entering and being retained in sponge-like bodies within the penis. Erectile dysfunction is indicated when an erection is difficult to produce. The most important organic causes are cardiovascular disease and diabetes, neurological problems, hormonal insufficiencies and drug side effects. Psychological impotence is where erection or penetration fails due to psychological reasons rather than physical impossibility.