While previous studies have shown that men with severe erectile dysfunction are more likely than men with no erectile difficulties to have cardiovascular events such as heart disease or stroke, this study is the first to review gradients of erectile dysfunction from none, to mild, moderate and severe forms.
What does ED stand for?
ED stands for Erectile Difficulties
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We have 47 other meanings of ED in our Acronym Attic
- Enumeration District
- Envelope Delay (US DoD)
- Environmental Defense
- Environmental Design
- Enzymatic Digestion
- Ephemeris Data
- Epileptiform Discharge
- Equally Distributed
- Equipment Description (Bell System)
- Erase Display
Samples in periodicals archive:
After many years working in cardiology consultancy, I've noticed that a significant number ofmymale patients were also reporting erectile difficulties or impotence.
Many Irish men who experience erectile difficulties or ED do not realise how common it is.
Sure, it might be embarrassing as a gay man to talk with your straight doctor about your erectile difficulties.
In studies of sildenafil for antidepressant-associated SD, for example, only 15% of men had erectile difficulties alone, and the group as a whole showed improvements in all phases of sexual function.
5 grams a day) also had no measurable effect on 30 German men suffering erectile difficulties.
The conventional focus on male erectile dysfunction is incomplete because whenever a man experiences erectile difficulties, his wife or sexual partner suffers as well," the guidelines state.
April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Vardenafil, Bayer's investigational phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE-5) inhibitor for the improvement of erectile function, significantly increased penile rigidity and tumescence in men with mild to moderate erectile difficulties, according to the results of a new study published in the peer-reviewed World Journal of Urology.