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    Viagra is more widely available in America than ever, and with the rise of telehealth platforms that allow a man to easily and discretely receive a prescription for the little blue pill online - younger men are also using the drug more than ever. The drug, which has been manufactured by pharma-giant Pfizer since it first hit the market in 1998, was initially for older men dealing with erectile dysfunction. It's use among young men has grown in recent years as well, though, as rates of mild to moderate erectile dysfunction have reached up to 20 percent among men in their 20s and 30 percent among those in their 30s, according to City Care Family Practice. Younger men may feel reservations about approaching their doctor about the issue, though. This has led to the rise of companies like Hims, Lemonaid and Roman, which allow a person to quickly get a prescription for the drug after an online consultation. While the drug has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and deemed ok for proper use by regulators it...
    Unsealed court documents reveal that Johnny Depp allegedly suffers from erectile dysfunction, according to Amber Heard's lawyers. 'Though Mr. Depp would rather not disclose his erectile dysfunction condition, such condition absolutely is relevant to sexual violence, including Mr. Depp's anger and use of a bottle to rape Amber Heard,' the March 28 filing obtained by Page Six says.  Depp's alleged medical condition is what contributed to his violent behavior towards his ex-wife, Heard's lawyers argue.  The Aquaman actresses legal team claims that Depp's medical condition makes him more likely to become 'angry or agitated' that leads him into anger and aggression. Johnny Depp and Amber Heard were subjected to a six-week trial following the actresses claims in a 2018 newspaper opinion piece that her ex-husband abused her Court documents released during the weekend claim that Depp allegedly suffers from an erectile dysfunction Heard and Depp headed to court in April for six-week trial in Virginia to discuss the abuse allegations made throughout the couples relationship. The pair married in 2015, but separated a little bit over a year later before...
    More On: johnny depp Mickey Rourke: Amber Heard is ‘abso-f–king-lutely’ a gold digger Johnny Depp settles assault case with ‘City of Lies’ location manager Amber Heard still in Hamptons, spotted at Le Bilboquet in Sag Harbor Doja Cat mimics Amber Heard’s testimony about her dog being stung by a bee Johnny Depp suffers from erectile dysfunction, attorneys for Amber Heard claimed in newly unsealed court documents. The actress’ legal team argued in a March 28 filing, obtained by Page Six, that the purported medical malady may have contributed to her ex-husband’s allegedly violent behavior. “Though Mr. Depp would rather not disclose his erectile dysfunction condition, such condition absolutely is relevant to sexual violence, including Mr. Depp’s anger and use of a bottle to rape Amber Heard,” the documents alleged. Depp has consistently denied Heard’s allegations of rape and violence. Heard’s lawyers went on to claim that Depp’s supposed penile problem would make it “more probable” that he would become “angry or agitated” in encounters with the “Aquaman” star and cause him to “resort to a bottle.” Johnny Depp suffers...
    DR JEFF FOSTER is The Sun on Sunday’s new resident doctor and is here to help YOU. Dr Jeff, 43, splits his time between working as a GP in Leamington Spa, Warks, and running his clinic, H3 Health, which is the first of its kind in the UK to look at hormonal issues for both men and women. See h3health.co.uk. 1Dr Jeff Foster is The Sun on Sunday’s new resident doctor and is here to help you Q) I’M a retired 66-year-old man and separated from my wife of 40 years. I met a lovely woman three months ago and we’ve been spending time together. We haven’t had sex yet but she is  suggesting  we go on a holiday, which I assume may mean sex. My issue is that I started to get erectile dysfunction towards the end of my marriage and I haven’t had sex since my wife left me.        Read more Health AdviceASK DR ZOE From penis problems to no sex drive - Dr Zoe answers your men's health questionsASK DR ZOE From IBS to...
    HE has saved hundreds of lives working in A&E and as a GP. Now, Dr Jeff Foster has become The Sun on Sunday’s new resident doctor and is here to help YOU. Dr Jeff, 43, splits his time between working as a GP near his home in Leamington Spa, Warks, and running his clinic, H3 Health, which is the first of its kind in the UK to look at hormonal issues for both men and women. See h3health.co.uk 1Dr Jeff Foster has become The Sun on Sunday’s new resident doctor and is here to help YOU. Q) I AM a 48-year-old builder and have been happily married for ten years. But for the past six months I’ve not been able to perform in the bedroom. I can’t get a GP appointment. I bought some Viagra online which seems to do the trick. Can it do any harm long term? Scott Wilson, Co Durham Read more health adviceASK DR ZOE From penis problems to no sex drive - Dr Zoe answers your men's health questionsASK DR ZOE From IBS to bowel...
    A man in the US has claimed his penis shrunk by 1.5 inches as a result of vascular damage he suffered after contracting Covid.  The unfortunate victim, who identified himself as a heterosexual man in his thirties, said the issue has had a 'profound impact on my self-confidence and abilities in bed'. The man said he contracted a severe bout of the virus in July of last year, but after being discharged from hospital upon recovery, was left with a strange case of erectile disfunction (ED).  This affliction was remedied with treatment over time, but to his dismay the victim found his penis had contracted considerably - a condition doctors told him is likely permanent due to vascular damage in his erectile tissue.  It comes as a University College London study of 3,400 people found that a shortened penis was a rare symptom among the 200 who developed long Covid. Meanwhile, a study published in the World Journal of Men's Health by University of Miami Miller School of Medicine showed widespread endothelial cell dysfunction from Covid-19 infection can contribute to significant...
    AN injection made using stem cells from ground-up milk teeth is being touted as a cure for impotence. A jab each side of the todger helped 37 out of 38 men rediscover their mojo. 1An injection made using stem cells from ground-up milk teeth is being touted as a cure for impotenceCredit: iStockphoto - Getty Researchers said the stem cells — which can grow into healthy tissue almost anywhere in the body — repaired damaged arteries in their manhoods. Erectile function improved by an average of 64 per cent during the four-year study at ­Edogawa Hospital in Tokyo, Japan. Researcher Dr Shoji Koga said: “The treatment repairs blood vessel damage. It could become a widespread therapy.” Experts say drugs such as Viagra do not work for about one in three men. Dr Geoff Hackett, former chairman of the British Society for Sexual Medicine, said: “Stem cells from milk teeth are a very promising treatment. They can regenerate blood flow.” Most read in Men’s HealthKNOW THE SIGNS Prostate cancer warning: The 7 toilet habits to look out forDOC’S ORDERS I’m a...
    COVID patients who recover from the virus could be left with erectile dysfunction, a doctor has warned. Infectious disease expert Dena Grayson said there now fears the coronavirus could hinder a man's ability to perform in the bedroom, even after they've recovered.  ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2Erectile dysfunction could a lasting side effect of the coronavirusCredit: Getty - Contributor Dr Grayson said we “now know that people can have long term health effects from this virus” “There is some real concern here that men could have long term issues of erectile dysfunction from this virus, because we know that it causes issues in the vasculature,” said Dr. Dena Grayson. Grayson told NBC Chicago's LX this week.  “This is something that is of real concern - [it's] not just that this virus can kill you but can actually cause long-term, lifelong, potential complications.” The warning comes after it emerged what doctors calls "Long Covid" can lead to patients suffering multiple organ damage for months after infection. Half a million Brits are understood to be...
    Men with a poor diet rich in 'bad fats' are more likely to suffer erectile dysfunction than people who eat plenty of fruit, vegetables, nuts and fish, a new study says.  US researchers found a link between erectile dysfunction and consumption of bad fats found in red and processed meats and butter in middle-aged to elderly men.    The study couldn't prove cause-and-effect, meaning it's possible erectile dysfunction could cause consumption of foods full of bad fats, almost as a source of comfort for being unable to perform in the bedroom. Both erectile dysfunction and a poor diet are already known to be potential early signs of cardiovascular disease, which can also be affected by diet.  Researchers advocate the Mediterranean diet – which is rich in whole grains, vegetables, fruits, legumes nuts and olive oil.   Scroll down for video  Erectile dysfunction, which could be solved with a greater presence of good fats in the diet, could be an early sign of cardiovascular disease RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Forget fad diets! Any form of healthy eating can...
    Viagra, Levitra and Cialis typically treat men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED), but a new Swedish study says these ED drugs may also help prolong the lives of men diagnosed with colon cancer. The observational study published recently in Nature Communications found the risk of premature death significantly decreased by 18% among colon cancer patients who took the ED drugs, researchers concluded. PDE5 inhibitors, such as Viagra, Levitra and Cialis, have an anti-cancer potential and may improve the prognosis of those with colorectal cancer, study author Wuqing Huang, a Ph.D. student at Lund University, said in a news release. “Available preclinical evidence suggests that PDE5 inhibitors could slow down the tumor growth and progression in mice, but it is still unknown whether PDE5 inhibitors can hinder the proliferation of cancer in humans," she stated, noting that researchers decided to explore this notion. URINALS MAY SPREAD CORONAVIRUS, STUDY FINDS “We tried to explore this using real-world medical data in Sweden” she added. Using a nationwide database, the researchers identified Swedish men diagnosed with colon cancer between 2005 and 2014. The team of investigators analyzed data on more...
    Erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs such as Viagra may boost colorectal cancer survival rates, a new study suggests. Researchers found the medications decreased the risk of premature death in colon cancer patients by almost 20 percent. What's more, patients were 15 percent less likely to die from the primary cause of death for colon cancer, which is Stage IV cancer that has spread throughout the body. The team, from Lund University in Sweden, says ED drugs are believed to have anti-inflammatory properties as well as the ability to inhibit tumors and prevent immune systems from weakening post-surgery.    Researchers from Lund University in Sweden looked at colon cancer patients who were and were not taking erectile dysfunction drugs, which are believed to have anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties (file image) About 10% of colon cancer patients taking the drugs died compared to 17.5% of the patients not taking the drugs (above) For the study, published in the journal Nature Communications, the team looked at a class of drugs known as phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5) inhibitors. They dilate tissues in the penis and increase...
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