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Erectile Dysfunction Health Center

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  1. Those Wedding Night Blues

    June 1, 2001 -- It is the season of rings and rice. This month, thousands of couples will say their vows and become husband and wife. But what happens if after saying "I do," the groom just can't? A condition known as honeymoon impotence may be to blame, and it is more common than you think. Actuall

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  2. Nasal Spray May Provide New Answer for Erectile Dysfunction

    Feb. 9, 2001 -- The latest treatment for erectile dysfunction comes in a thumb-sized atomizer that delivers enough of the drug to coat the nasal passages: spray, wait 15 minutes, and "you are good for about an hour," says Carl Spana, PhD, president and CEO of Palatin Technologies Inc., the Princeton

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  3. Competition for Viagra?

    Jan. 2, 2001 -- There's no doubt about it: Viagra is one of the most popular and best-selling drugs ever to hit the pharmacy. Since it first appeared on the market in 1998, more than 20 million prescriptions have been written for it. But while countless men have bade farewell to impotence or erectil

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  4. Submissive Men More Likely to Suffer Erectile Dysfunction

    Nov. 2, 2000 -- Say "erectile dysfunction" these days, and the response is likely to be "Viagra." Such is the power of advertising. But there was a time, not that long ago, when psychotherapy was the mainstay of treatment for what was then known as "impotence." Has it become outdated or irrelevant?

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  5. Herbal Viagra Alternative Works -- at Least on Rats

    Oct. 23, 2000 -- It's not yet clear whether what works for rats might be effective for humans. But one study is showing that an 'herbal Viagra' mixture really can help if things get dicey in the rat boudoir. The study, featured in this month's Journal of Urology, showed that the herb mixture, based

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  6. TV's 'Sex and the City' Tackles Real-Life Problem: Impotence

    Sept. 29, 2000 -- Millions are tuning in to the HBO hit Sex and the City as two distressed newlyweds cope with erectile dysfunction (ED), but is the TV story line an accurate portrayal of this common problem? Experts say Charlotte and Trey are on the right track, but there's a bit more to know about

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  7. Drugmaker Pulls Impotence Drug out of FDA Approval Process

    June 30, 2000 (Washington) -- Of the 30 million American men suffering from erectile dysfunction, those expecting to have an alternative to Viagra soon will now have to wait. The approval application for the erectile dysfunction drug Uprima (apomorphine) was withdrawn by its maker Friday -- just day

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  8. Should Insurance Cover Viagra?

    June 19, 2000 -- A dollar spent on Viagra is spent just as efficiently as a dollar spent on kidney dialysis, a new study shows. Experts agree that the math is right, but whether it justifies insurance coverage for the male potency drug is a bone of contention. "There is a significant loss of quality

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  9. Herbal Impotence Pills Get Some Scientific Scrutiny

    May 16, 2000 -- They used to be advertised on the backs of muscle magazines, but ever since the huge popularity of Viagra, makers of herbal supplements for impotence have been touting their products on TV, radio, and the Internet. Some have even given their products names somewhat reminiscent of Via

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  10. Impotence Gets 'Needled' in Acupuncture Study

    May 5, 2000 (Atlanta) -- Acupuncture has been used to treat people in the Far East for thousands of years, so it may strike some people as amusing that it is being studied in the West as a potentially "new" treatment for everything from back pain to depression. According to some Austrian scientists,

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