How Erectile Dysfunction Could Save Your Life
The 45 million US men affected by erectile dysfunction (ED) could also be at increased risk for coronary artery disease and stroke. In many cases, ED is the result of a vascular disease that leads to diminished blood flow.
Urologist John Ludlow, M.D., from Western Michigan Urological Associates talks about the causes, prevention and treatments for ED and its association with other significant vascular issues. Included is a discussion about the hormonal aspects and testosterone’s role in erectile dysfunction and vascular health.
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