The goal of this study was to compare the sexual and psychological aspects of PVD1 and PVD2 in premenopausal women. The researchers also wanted to learn more about the clinical implications of such a comparison.
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Swiss scientists from ETH Zurich have developed a gene therapy that uses blue light to induce erections. It is hoped that this therapy may eventually be used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED).
Age and high pelvic floor muscle tone seem to be correlated with sexual dysfunction for women undergoing pelvic floor physical therapy, scientists report.
When men consider taking phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors for erectile dysfunction (ED), they often have questions. Will the drug work? If so, how effective will it be? Will there be side effects?
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Screening men with erectile dysfunction (ED) for cardiovascular disease could save $28.5 billion in the United States over 20 years, according to American researchers.