Making the Diagnosis of Erectile Dysfunction

June 18, 2014 admin Erectile Dysfunction Articles

When we speak about diagnosing ED we refer to two major aspects of this diagnostic approach: diagnosis of the condition and diagnosis of the cause. Unfortunately, many physicians still consider ED a low priority during their patienta��s medical evaluation; due to the ignorance of the relationship this condition has with different risk factors. This situation […]

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Other Hormones and Erectile Dysfunction Part 2

May 31, 2014 admin Erectile Dysfunction Articles

Thyroid Hormone Sexual dysfunction is commonly seen in individuals with significant thyroid hormone disorders. However, thyroid disease is a rare contributor to ED when it is discovered incidentally, or without classic symptoms of hyper- or hypothyroidism. Carani et al. reported an ED prevalence of 14.7% in men presenting with hyperthyroidism and 64.3% in men with […]

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Other Hormones and Erectile Dysfunction Part 1

May 30, 2014 admin Erectile Dysfunction Articles

Prolactin www.myviagrainaustralia.com – discount viagra Australia online. Fast delivery. Decreased desire or erectile dysfunction is the most common symptom on presentation in men with hyperprolactinemia. A direct role of prolactin in male libido has been proponed. However, hyperprolactinemia is an uncommon cause of TD and ED. Hyperprolactinemia has been noted in 1a��5% of men who […]

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The Effect of Radical Prostatectomy on Erectile Dysfunction

May 30, 2014 admin Erectile Dysfunction Articles

Abstract Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in American men other than skin cancer. The American Cancer Society had estimated that about 185,000 new cases of prostate cancer would have been diagnosed by 2008 in the USA alone. Almost 30,000 men will die of the disease in 2008 alone in this country. […]

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The Role of Penile Rehabilitation

May 30, 2014 admin Erectile Dysfunction Articles

The arguments against penile rehabilitation are threefold. It is common for rehabilitation naysayers to talk about the lack of level I evidence-based medicine. While it is true that there exists only two randomized controlled trials, one of which was likely grossly underpowered, which present inconsistent results, there is a signal from the studies as a […]

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