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  • Does Masturbation Lead To Impotence: Myth Or Fact?

    Jun 13, 2018 01:30 IST
    It's time you understand the truth about masturbation. The facts have been presented to you as we separate fact from fiction.
  • Age-related impotence may improve over time

    Jan 20, 2007 04:15 IST
    About one third of older men who are impotent experience natural remission, with symptoms becoming less severe but not necessarily going away completely.
  • Alprostadil cream effective for erectile dysfunction

    Sep 12, 2006 02:09 IST
    Local application of alprostadil cream helps in reducing erectile dysfunction significantly in a broad range of patients and is generally well tolerated.
  • Smoking increases risk of impotence

    Mar 28, 2006 12:15 IST
    Recent research shows that smoking increases the risk of impotence.
  • Impotence drugs could damage eyes

    Jan 20, 2006 03:33 IST
    Impotence drugs such as Viagra and Cialis can increase the risk of eye damage in men who have a history of heart disease or high blood pressure.
  • Impotence may signal future heart disease

    Oct 25, 2005 01:36 IST
    Impotence may serve as an early warning of heart disease down the road, even in men without traditional risk factors for heart trouble.
  • Heart diseases and erection problems

    Apr 26, 2004 04:03 IST
    Men with risk factors for heart disease in mid-life such as obesity and high cholesterol levels are more likely to develop erectile dysfunction many years later.
  • Impotence: early sign of heart disease

    Feb 24, 2010 11:36 IST
    For some men, erectile dysfunction (ED) could be an early warning of heart disease. Researchers have found that men who have ED but are otherwise healthy show signs of blood flow problems in the arm's brachial artery, signalling that problems with blood flow went beyond the penile arteries.
  • Polio cases on the rise in Uttar Pradesh

    Oct 1, 2002 05:18 IST
    Efforts to eradicate polio in India have received a setback. A poliomyelitis epidemic has hit India
  • Sildenafil can help stroke patients

    Feb 22, 2002 07:02 IST
    Sildenafil, the male impotence drug, may restore function in another part of the body: the brain. A team of researchers reported that this drug triggers the growth of new brain cells and blood vessels thus causing animals with stroke to regain muscle function and coordination. Sildenafil is a drug that has helped many men suffering with erectile d...
  • Women can benefit from Viagra

    Jun 2, 2001 06:37 IST
    Sildenafil, commonly known as Viagra, is the first oral drug to enhance erections in men. It is one of the greatest developments in the treatment of male erectile dysfunction (impotence). This anti-impotence drug that has improved the sex lives of men, also appears to work in women, as reported by an Italian sexologist. In a study at the Universi...
  • Viagra to flood the Indian market

    Jan 29, 2001 07:24 IST
    The wonder drug is finally here. Indians, who till now knew all there is to know about Viagra, but did not have access to it, will finally be able to buy it in the Indian market. Introduced under the brand names of 'Penegra'(Cadila) and 'Edegra' (Sun Pharmaceuticals), the original Pfizer research product will be available under a doctor's prescrip...
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