Erectile dysfunction


Cellphone exposure may harm sperm

In men with no exposure to cellphones, 50% to 85% of their sperm had a normal ability to move towards an egg – that fell by an average of 8% among men exposed to cellphones.

Erectile dysfunction rebranded in SA

A leading generics drug manufacturer will be launching a national education campaign aiming to rebrand erectile dysfunction (ED) in South Africa.

Why erectile dysfunction should be treated

But nine of ten men with erectile dysfunction don’t go for treatment, and their reluctance can lead to the late diagnosis of life-threatening diseases. Why don't men go for treatment? And what can be done about it?

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.

Benefits of sex later in life

Growing older doesn’t need to mean the end of your sex life...It will bring you closer to your partner and it's also good for your physical health.

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.

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