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Myths About Erectile Dysfunction

Thursday, 24 Feb 2011 09:53 AM

More than 30 million men are suffering from erectile dysfunction in the United States alone. A very well researched fact about erectile dysfunction is that many diseases like hypertension, diabetes mellitus, trauma, and multiple sclerosis may cause erectile dysfunction; so it is always better to get a  thorough diagnoses from doctors along with the root cause.

A lot of young men lack proper knowledge about erectile dysfunction. Many prevailing erectile dysfunction myths and facts need to be differentiated for clear and correct understanding of erectile dysfunction.

An understanding of erectile dysfunction myths and facts helps patients consult a doctor when the problem is in the initial stages. Common myths about erectile dysfunction include that it occurs after the age of 60, it is incurable, and the cause is only mental stress.

For more information about erectile dysfunction, consult the following:

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Prostate Biopsies Can Lead to Erectile Dysfunction
Shockwave Therapy May Fix Erectile Dysfunction
ED Predicts Heart Disease
ED Drug Works in 15 Minutes
ED Drugs Raise STD Rates in Older Widowers
Erectile Dysfunction Plus Heart Disease May Equal Earlier Death

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