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Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease

Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease: What it is, Causes, Treatments | National Heart Centre Singapore

Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease - Symptoms

Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease - How to prevent?

Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease - Causes and Risk Factors

The prevalence of erectile dysfunction is higher in men with heart and vascular disease due to the presence of a range of risk factors such as diabetes mellitus, obesity, hyperlipidaemia, hypertension, atherosclerosis and smoking. These factors account for about 70% of ED causes. Between 35% and 50% of men with diabetes experience ED.

Some of the medicines such as anti-depressants, beta-blockers and diuretics may aggravate ED as well. Any heart disease patient who has ED (or sexual problems) should consult a physician.

Sexual dysfunction can also occur in females and there are multiple causes for it.

Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease - Diagnosis

Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease - Preparing for surgery

Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease - Post-surgery care

Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease - Other Information

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