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It is estimated that more than 50 percent of men between the ages of 40 and 70 experience moderate to severe erectile dysfunction .
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Sprout Pharmaceuticals said Wednesday it has reached an impasse with the Food and Drug Administration over its drug, flibanserin.
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In this Friday, Sept. 27, 2013, photo, a tablet of flibanserin sits on a brochure for Sprout Pharmaceuticals in the company's Raleigh, N.C., headquarters on Friday, Sept.
Most are aware that Viagra is a guy's drug that can treat erectile dysfunction. The medication is a vasodilator-a dilator of blood vessels; thus, researchers at Penn State University Medical Center theorized that it might benefit menstrual cramps .
The incidence of prostate cancer in Ireland is growing every year, with 3,172 men diagnosed in 2010.
Women dealing with painful menstrual cramps may receive relief from an unexpected source -- the erectile dysfunction medication normally found in their husbands' little blue pills.
AND YOU THOUGHT THIS WAS JUST AN OLD WIVES' TALE - OH, WAIT: Vaginally administered ED medication may alleviate menstrual cramping.
A new study finds that the common erectile dysfunction pill, Viagra, might help to combat primary dysmenorrhea also known as menstrual cramps.
New Rochelle, NY, December 6, 2013-Erectile dysfunction is caused by the inability of the artery that supplies blood to the penis to expand and contract properly.
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Women with moderate to severe menstrual cramps may find relief in a class of erectile dysfunction drugs, according to a team of researchers led by Penn State College of Medicines Richard Legro.
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Old people in good health are twice as likely to be sexually active as those in poor health - and men are more likely to be having sex than women Half of over-55s who are still having sex experience sexual problems - such as erectile dysfunction - and 34 per cent of women couldn't orgasm The study found that a quarter of 75 to 85-year-olds have had ... (more)