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In the 14 years or so since Viagra was introduced inthe number of men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction ED has increased by a whopping percent. Read on to find out about nine common remedies for ED, plus the truth about which ones live up to the hype and which fall flat. These drugs, called phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors, are approved by the U. Common side effects include nasal congestion and headache.
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The other day I was scrolling through my Twitter feed when I came across a stupid but nonetheless alarming post from my number one source of celebrity penis-related news. How very nice for them both, I thought. And then a few minutes later it hit me: Wait.
Following radical prostatectomy, a significant number of patients notice a progressive shortening of the penis, a fact confirmed in recent studies. To better understand why, Italian researchers measured the length of the flaccid and stretched penis in patients at five time points: just before surgery, when the catheter was removed 7 to 10 days later, and at 3, 6, and 12 months postoperatively. They reported that shortening peaked at the time the catheter was removed and continued, though to a lesser extent, for at least a year.
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The thought of sticking a needle into the side of your penis for the purpose of producing an erection will cause most men to shudder and think "no way. But before a man dismisses the idea, here are the facts he needs to know and why this form of therapy may do the trick to help him achieve an erection. Erectile dysfunction EDwhen a man has difficulty in achieving and or maintaining an erection, affects up to 30 million men.