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Psoriasis Could Increase The Risk Of Erectile Dysfunction

According to NHS Choices, psoriasis is a skin condition that affects around 2% of people in the UK.psoriasis

Psoriasis causes raised, flaky, red patches on the skin.

The patches can appear anywhere on your body, but are typically on the elbow, scalp, knees and lower back.

Scientist have now revealed that men with psoriasis have a higher chance of suffering from erectile dysfunction.

Erectile dysfunction is a condition where the penis does not harden and expand when a man is sexually excited.

Experts studied the sexual function in 191 men with psoriasis and 191 men who do not have the skin condition.

The results showed that 53% of men with psoriasis suffered from erectile dysfunction, compared to only 40% of those without psoriasis.

It is known that men with psoriasis are often obese or have other cardiovascular risk factors that may restrict blood flow in the body including the penis – which causes erectile dysfunction.

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Erectile Dysfunction Sign Of Early Death?

New research, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine (published by the International Society for Sexual Medicine), indicates that men who suffer from erectile dysfunction may be 70% more likely to die prematurely.

The recent University of Mississippi study showed that ED increased the risk of premature death, if left untreated.

Therefore it is important for men with erectile dysfunction to be screened and potentially treated for complications that may enhance the possibility of premature death.

To read the full article, please go to: http://www.ukmeds4u.com/news/News-Stories—Erectile-Dysfunction/10/Erectile-Dysfunction-is-a-Strong-Predictor-of-Premature-Death/762/

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