Can modifying lifestyle risk factors improve erectile function? Researchers from Brazil and the United States analyzed that question and found that “while intriguing, most of the literature and evidence is not completely scientifically compelling.”
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Men who have a radical nephrectomy (complete kidney removal) are about 3.5 times more likely to develop erectile dysfunction (ED) than men who undergo partial nephrectomy (partial kidney removal), according to American researchers.
Women undergoing hemodialysis for kidney failure are likely to have sexual problems, according to Italian researchers.
Men with impaired fasting glucose run a higher risk of erectile dysfunction (ED), hypogonadism (low testosterone), and reduced blood flow to the penis than men with normal glucose levels, according to a new study.
Hyperthyroidism – an overactive thyroid gland – can put men at a higher risk for erectile dysfunction (ED), according to new research.
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