Erectile Dysfunction

Association Between Sex Hormones and Erectile Dysfunction in Men Without Hypoandrogenism - Beyond the Abstract

Hypoandrogenism is linked to erectile dysfunction (ED) through intricate pathogenic mechanisms and is now well-recognized as a risk factor for ED.1 However, the role of testosterone in the erectile function of men without hypoandrogenism remains unclear.

Association between the C-reactive protein-triglyceride glucose index and erectile dysfunction in US males: results from NHANES 2001-2004.

The C-reactive protein-triglyceride glucose index (CTI) is emerging as a novel indicator for comprehensively assessing the severity of both inflammation and insulin resistance. However, the association between CTI and erectile dysfunction (ED) remains largely unexplored.

The role of lipidic balance on erectile dysfunction in prostate cancer patients undergoing robotic surgery.

New indices of dyslipidemia, such as the Atherogenic Index of Plasma (AIP) or Castelli Risk Index I and II (CR-I/II), have been tested to predict erectile dysfunction (ED). The aim of this study was to assess the role of these lipidic scores in predicting severe ED and erectile function (EF) worsening in patients who underwent robot-assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP).

A Web-Based Survey of Patients Dispensed Viagra Connect® Behind the Counter in UK: An Evaluation of Effectiveness of Additional Risk Minimization Measures.

A national additional risk minimization measures (aRMMs) program was implemented to train pharmacists for safe supply of non-prescription Viagra Connect® (VC) to erectile dysfunction (ED) patients in United Kingdom (UK).

Antidepressant Nonadherence and Sexual Dysfunction Among Young Adult Males: The Cross-Sectional YAMAN Study - Beyond the Abstract

The current zeitgeist, both in medicine and our community of patients, is one that emphasizes the importance of mental health. Accordingly, the proper diagnosis and treatment of mental illnesses has become a major topic of interest in our profession. Today’s generation of medical students and junior doctors has been trained within a context that increasingly recognizes depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation as serious threats to the safety of adolescents, young adults, and their peers; the increasing prescribing and ubiquity of antidepressants in the United States over the past two decades is not without proper justification.

Patient out-of-pocket costs for guideline-recommended treatments for erectile dysfunction: a medicare cost modeling analysis.

Patient out-of-pocket (OOP) cost represents an access barrier to erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment. We determined OOP cost for men with ED covered by Fee-for-Service Medicare. Coverage policies were obtained from the Medicare Coverage Database for treatments recommended by the 2018 American Urological Association (AUA) guidelines.

Erectile Dysfunction in Adolescents and Young Adults.

The goal of this paper is to provide a summary of the recent research, evaluation, work-up, and treatment recommendations regarding erectile dysfunction in adolescents and young adults to better equip pediatric urologists to manage patients with this condition.

Penile prosthesis for erectile dysfunction in France: A six-year nationwide database analysis.

Urological consultations for erectile dysfunction (ED) are increasing worldwide. Penile prosthesis (PP) implantations are performed when other treatments are unsuccessful. However, there is no data regarding PP implantations in France beyond the year 2016.

Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial of Low Intensity Shockwave Therapy for the Treatment of Post-Radical Prostatectomy Erectile Dysfunction: "SHARP-ED TRIAL".

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a common challenge post Radical Prostatectomy (RALP), affecting men's sexual health after undergoing definitive cancer therapy. Despite employing nerve-sparing techniques, ED remains a prevalent issue in this population.

Exploring the causal association between serum metabolites and erectile dysfunction: a bidirectional Mendelian randomisation study.

Erectile dysfunction is a common sexual disorder in men. Some studies have found a strong association between some serum metabolites and erectile dysfunction. To investigate this association further, we used bidirectional Mendelian randomisation to investigate causality and possible biological mechanisms.