Screening men for erectile dysfunction (ED) could be an effective way to detect type 2 diabetes, according to new research. Up to 52% of men between the ages of 40-70 will have experience some ED and it is age related. Even so medical experts say that both conditions are manageable with the correct medication, and there are a number of different treatment options available. When a older man experiences erectile dysfunction, there’s often a physical problem to blame. A study published in the Journal of Urology in June 2000 shows that men who have diabetes experience worse symptoms of BPH than men without diabetes. Premature ejaculation. Occasionally, impotence is a side effect of medication, particularly medication for high blood pressure or depression.
These conditions narrow the blood vessels and reduce blood flow to the penis or damage the erectile nerves. Fenig, problems with the endothelium cause poor blood supply to the heart and decreased blood flow to the penis. While ED