Home > Medical > Erectile dysfunction > News News All sections in Erectile Dysfunction » About ED » Anatomy » ED Overview » FAQs » ED & the Mind Thousands of erection cases seen in ERs Priapism is an erection that lasts too long that can harm the penis permanently. Many men are showing up in emergency rooms in the US with this condition. New campaign to rebrand erectile dysfunction in SA A leading generics drug manufacturer will be launching a national education campaign aiming to rebrand erectile dysfunction (ED) in South Africa. 1 in 4 with ED is under 40 Research shows that erectile dysfunction (ED) in young men may be more prevalent and more serious than previously thought. Ask Sexologist » Like Health24 on Facebook » Talk Man Talk forum » Quiz Are you at risk for erectile dysfunction? » Strange sex 10 ways to boost your metabolism Tranquillisers may cause impotence Tranquillisers known as benzodiazepines and certain older antidepressants are linked with a greater chance of having erectile dysfunction (ED), according to a new survey. Curved penis treatment promising Peyronie's disease affects about 5% of men and there is no cure. But a new treatment may be on the way. Failing erections may indicate heart problems Impotence could be a harbinger of heart disease in some men, according to a meta-analysis published. ED supplement causes 'worrisome' heartbeat changes Enzyte, a popular dietary supplement marketed for "male enhancement," causes electrical abnormalities in the heart that could be potentially fatal in some people, new research suggests. ED tied to long-term narcotic use in men A study found that more men on impotence medications were taking opioids for chronic back pain. Erectile Dysfunction increases cardiovascular risk Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction are at increased risk for cardiovascular disease, stroke and death, Chinese researchers suggest. NSAIDs often lead to impotence Researchers found that regular users of drugs like aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen were 38% more likely to have erectile dysfunction than men who didn't take NSAIDs. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.