Diagnoses: Erectile Dysfunction
Symptoms: inability to achieve and maintain penile erection sufficient to accomplish sexual activity
Progression & Effects:
Causes: hormonal deficiency, dorder of the neural system, lack of penile blood supply, diabetes, coronary disease
Productive Medications: From medications to pumps to implants there are alternatives.
4 CURRENT ARTICLES
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- Surgical management of tuberculous epididymo-orchitis: a retrospective study of 81 cases with long-term follow-upby Yin Huang on October 16, 2021
CONCLUSIONS: We recommend patients with advanced TBEO to receive triple therapy of chemotherapy-surgery-pharmacotherapy. Physicians should pay more attention to patients' sexual function and fertility during follow up after treatment completed.
- Factors Impacting Postoperative Opioid Use Among Patients Undergoing Implantation of Inflatable Penile Prosthesisby Mark E Ehlers on October 16, 2021
CONCLUSION: Provider opioid prescribing patterns were associated with high opioid consumption postoperatively and a substantial amount of opioids prescribed at discharge remain unused by patients, suggesting that we can reduce or replace the amount of opioids that are prescribed. Ehlers ME, Mohan CS, Akerman JP, et al. Factors Impacting Postoperative Opioid Use Among Patients Undergoing Implantation of Inflatable Penile Prosthesis. J Sex Med 2021;XX:XXX-XXX.
- Effects of Exercise on Sexual Dysfunction in Patients With Prostate Cancer - A Systematic Reviewby Nadine Reimer on October 16, 2021
CONCLUSION: Preliminary data from a small number of studies suggest that certain exercise interventions may improve sexual dysfunction in prostate cancer patients, however further trials involving sexual dyfunction as a primary outcome and more comprehensive assessment tools are needed to confirm the rehabilitative and preventive effects of exercise on sexual dysfunction in prostate cancer patients. Nadine Reimer, Eva Maria Zopf, Rebecca Böwe, et al. Effects of Exercise on Sexual Dysfunction in...
- The Effect of Intracavernosal Injection of Stem Cell in the Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction in Diabetic Patients; A Randomized Single-Blinded Clinical Trialby Mahboubeh Mirzaei on October 16, 2021
CONCLUSION: Intracavernosal injection of stem cells improved sexual function and PSV and RI indices of penile arteries in diabetic patients.