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The cigarette smokers were nearly twice as likely to experience erectile dysfunction (ED) as those who didn't smoke," says Feldman.
But in an earlier study of more than 3,000 Texans, for every 40 points higher a man's total cholesterol, his risk of developing erectile dysfunction during the next two years increased by 32 percent.
The results showed 65% of the hospitalized patients reported sexual dysfunction as compared to 24% in the control group (Abramov, 1976).
If sexual dysfunction occurs, one source that should be considered is the patient's medication.
In 3Q 2006, Progenics Pharmaceuticals plans to initiate a United States pivotal phase 3 study in patients at high risk for developing post-operative bowel dysfunction (POBD), and Wyeth plans to initiate additional studies abroad.