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Erectile Dysfunction Health Center

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  1. Bright Light May Boost Testosterone

    April 22, 2003 -- Waking up to bright light may trigger a rise in male hormones that could ease sexual dysfunction and other symptoms of depression. A new shows that early morning light therapy caused a surge in a pituitary hormone called luteinizing hormone (LH) that raises testosterone levels in m

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  2. Smoking Can Lead to Erectile Dysfunction

    March 6, 2003 -- Guys, if some of you wonder what's wrong in the bedroom, here's a clue. If you want to smoke in the bedroom, quit smoking. New research adds to the evidence that smoking may be a major cause of erectile dysfunction. A study looking at the impact smoking has on a man's ability to get

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  3. Mystery of Viagra Deaths Unravels

    Jan. 9, 2003 -- While looking into the intricacies of blood clotting, researchers stumbled on a finding that may explain the mysterious deaths of a small number of men who took the impotence drug Viagra. Researchers say the drug may actually encourage potentially dangerous blood clots to form in men

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  4. Impotence Imposes on Relationships

    Erectile dysfunction (ED), commonly known as impotence, can be troubling, even devastating, to a man. But it can be equally so for his partner as well, as Beth (who asked that her real name not be used) found out. "It really undermines a relationship," says Beth, who recently broke off an engagement

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  5. Viagra Eases Depression-Related ED

    Jan. 2, 2003 -- For millions who suffer from depression, the sexual side effects of many antidepressants can make treatment hard to swallow. But a new study shows that a popular drug used to treat erectile dysfunction (also known as ED) can help depressed men put the spice back in their sex lives an

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  6. What Men With Erectile Dysfunction Miss

    Nov. 11, 2002 -- Despite the smiling faces in most drug ads aimed at men with erectile dysfunction, a new survey shows the condition can have a serious psychological impact -- even when it's treated with the latest erection-inducing medications. The survey found more than 8 in 10 men with erectile d

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  7. Levitra: New Impotence Drug Christened

    -->Sept. 23, 2002 -- The long-awaited competitor to Viagra -- christened Levitra today -- inches its way to final FDA approval. Two early studies suggest it's longer lasting, has fewer side effects, and is safe for virtually everyone, including those with heart problems. Similar drugs approved in th

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  8. New Impotence Drugs Nearing Approval

    May 28, 2002 -- Two new contenders have emerged to challenge Viagra, which has dominated the erectile-dysfunction drug market since its introduction in 1998. The new drugs promise to deliver faster erections for a longer time. Both Cialis and vardenafil are in the last phase of research before FDA a

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  9. Viagra Safe for Men With Heart Disease

    Feb. 12, 2002 -- If you're strong enough to take the sex, you're strong enough to take Viagra. A new study finds Viagra safe for men with heart disease -- if they're able to exercise without having the symptoms of severe disease. Men taking nitrate drugs (such as nitroglycerin) to ease the symptoms

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  10. New Erection Drugs on the Way

    -->Feb. 8, 2002 -- Move over, Viagra -- here comes the competition. New drugs -- and new interest in older methods -- mean more erections for more men. Viagra's release in 1998 helped many of the 30 million U.S. men who have problems getting erections. Problem solved? Not yet. Viagra can't help ever

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