During a recent meeting of the European Society for Sexual Medicine in Madrid, Spain, it was proposed that, according to recent studies, extra-corporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) could provide a long-term treatment for erectile dysfunction.
In a Scandinavian study of the potential effectiveness of ESWT, 112 men with erectile dysfunction took part. Half of the men received five weekly doses of low-intensity sound waves to six parts of their penis. The other 56 men were given a placebo (a treatment, such as a tablet, that does not contain an active ingredient/component).
At the start of the study none of the men were able to have penetrative sex without medication. However, by the end of the study 57% of the men who received the low-intensity sound waves (via ESWT) said they could have sex without medication, in contrast to the 9% who were given a placebo.
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Scientists have created a rub-on gel to treat erectile dysfunction, which contains tiny doses of the high explosive nitroglycerine which is used to make dynamite.
The gel, which is currently undergoing clinical trials in the UK, is applied to a man’s genitals shortly before sexual activity.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED), also known as male impotence, is a condition where the penis does not harden and expand enough for actual sexual penetration, or when an erection cannot be kept long enough to engage in sexual activity, despite sexual stimulation.
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Aswell as Valentines Day, 14th February 2016 is Thinking About Sex Day.
The day is designed to encourage everyone to discuss the physical and psychological issues surrounding sexual activity.
Thinking About Sex day is organised by the Sexual Advice Association.
For more information, please go to: http://www.sda.uk.net/index.php
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U.S health authorities have warned consumers about the risks of “herbal” non-prescription products that are being sold to enhance sexual performance.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have discovered that some supplements sold as “herbal alternatives” to prescription-only medications (POMs) to treat erectile dysfunction (such as Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra) actually contain the active ingredients of those drugs.
Sildenafil, the active ingredient to Viagra, can be dangerous for someone with an undiagnosed cardiac condition.
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Viagra is a popular prescription medicine (POM) which is used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED).
However, researchers in China have suggested that Viagra could help with weight loss.
It was discovered during laboratory and animal studies that Viagra causes change in body fat, which means that calories are burned off, rather than getting stored.
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