Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) and cardiovascular diseases

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Numerous studies in recent years have proven the relationship between ED and cardiovascular diseases. They are often caused by atherosclerosis, which is preceded by dyslipidemia. Atherosclerosis of the arteries of the penis, manifested by ED, is often the primary symptom of systemic atherosclerosis. Therefore, the detection of atherosclerosis in the vessels of one localization increases […]

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Erectile dysfunction in diseases of the internal organs

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There are numerous risk factors that create favorable conditions for the development of erectile dysfunction (ED): atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, arterial hypertension, kidney and liver failure, nervous (neuroses, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, neuropathies of various origins), mental (depression, astheno-depressive and hypochondriac conditions), endocrine (diabetes mellitus, hypo-and hyperthyroidism, androgen deficiency, hyperprolactinemia, obesity, metabolic syndrome) and urological […]

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Erectile dysfunction: modern clinical practice

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It is noted that in the treatment of patients with erectile dysfunction, drugs that include biologically active substances isolated from long-leaved eureka and epimedium grass are widely used. They are involved in maintaining an erection and restoring sexual function. The use of such drugs leads to a decrease in the manifestations of erectile dysfunction, pathogenetically […]

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Pharmacotherapy of erectile dysfunction

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Pharmacotherapy of erectile dysfunction: Erectile disorders are often the cause of reactive states, lead to loss of interest in life and even suicidal attempts, socially maladapt the personality. In 30-70% of cases, erectile dysfunction is the cause of depression. Erectile disorders are not just a male problem. The “side effects” of this condition are also […]