Drinking 2-3 cups of coffee daily could reduce erectile dysfunction

Guys! Drinking 2-3 cups of coffee a day could reduce your chances of facing erectile dysfunction (ED), claims a new study.

Gene therapy to treat erectile dysfunction

There is some good news for those who can't have 'it' up on the spur of the moment! 

Erectile dysfunction drug may relieve nerve damage in men with diabetes

 Drugs used for erectile dysfunction can also relieve male diabetes patients from the pain caused by life-threatening nerve damage.

What happens to men's sex drive as they age

 A new study has recently revealed that reduced sexual activity could cause a dip in testosterone levels in older men.

Mediterranean diet good for erectile dysfunction patients

People who have erectile dysfunction are at increased risk of heart attack and stroke, but eating a Mediterranean diet can reduce that risk, says a study.

Heart disease may lead to erectile dysfunction

Heart conditions may also affect a man's sex life as researchers have found that men with certain heart conditions are more likely to develop erectile dysfunction than men who do not have early-stage vascular disease.

Suffering from gout? Check for erectile dysfunction

Gout, a condition characterised by recurrent attacks of acute inflammatory arthritis that results in warmth, pain, swelling, and extreme tenderness in a joint may make men vulnerable to severe erectile dysfunction (ED), a study shows.

Cholesterol-lowering drugs may boost your sex life too

Those who take cholesterol-lowering statins to keep their heart health in shape can further chill as statins have now been linked with a significant improvement in erectile function.

Reverse erectile dysfunction with lifestyle changes

Reduce weight, improve nutrition, exercise more, drink less alcohol and have a better night`s sleep to bring sexual pleasure back in life without medication, a promising research shows.

Erectile dysfunction not just a concern in bed

An Australian study says men aged 20 years or older with erectile dysfunction - compared to similarly aged men in the general population - have twice the risk of developing a cardiovascular event later such as heart attack or stroke.

Hypertension main link between erectile dysfunction, heart disease

Inability of the artery that supplies blood to the penis to expand and contract properly is the reason behind erectile dysfunction (ED).

Viagra may also help women curb menstrual cramping

A team of researchers have claimed that women suffering from moderate to severe menstrual cramps may find relief in a class of erectile dysfunction drugs.

Exercising can help men avoid diet-induced erectile dysfunction

A new study suggests that hitting the gym could help men avoid diet-induced erectile dysfunction.

Country men at lower risk of erectile dysfunction

Men in inner regional areas had a 12 per cent lower risk of erectile dysfunction than those in major cities, a new study has revealed.

25% men under 40 seeking treatment for erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is a common complaint in men over 40 years of age.

25% of men under 40 suffer from newly-diagnosed ED

A new study has found that one in four men seeking medical help for newly-developed erectile dysfunction (ED) was younger than 40 years, and nearly half of young men with the condition had severe ED.

Heart failure ups risk of male menopause four-fold

Heart failure accelerates the aging process and brings on early andropausal syndrome (AS), a new study has found.

Use of prescription painkillers linked to erectile dysfunction

Regular intake of prescription painkillers, also known as opioids, is linked to a higher risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men, a new study has revealed.

Chronic conditions and prescription drugs causes sexual dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction often refers to different symptoms in men and women, yet it can share similar underlying causes.

Prostate cancer can damage sex life

Erectile dysfunction is a potential side-effect of surgery, radiotherapy and hormone therapy used to treat prostate cancer.