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Erectile Dysfunction

  • Erectile dysfunction

    ED is commonly called impotence. It is a condition in which a man can not achieve or maintain an erection during sexual performance. Symptoms may also include reduced sexual desire or libido.

  • Erectile dysfunction

    Testosterone replacement and erection-inducing injections are also available. Side effects may include: acne, breast enlargement, increased urination, aching in the penis, scarring, and gum or mouth irritation. Standard treatments for ED include lifestyle changes, such as: Exercising, losing weight, stopping smoking, curbing alcohol intake. Medications like Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra increase blood flow to the penis. But they can also cause side effects, including: nasal congestion, headache, upset stomach, vision changes, facial flushing, and dizziness.

  • Erectile dysfunction

    147 males with two abnormal SA based on the 2010 World Health Organization criteria underwent 356 IUI with controlled ovarian hyper-stimulation (COH). Their pregnancy rates were compared to 120 males who had abnormal TMSC at the time of 265 IUI with COH, in a retrospective university-based study. The two groups were comparable in female age (p = 0.11), duration of infertility (p = 0.17), previous pregnancies (p = 0.13), female basal serum FSH level (p = 0.54) and number of mature follicles on the day of ovulation trigger (p = 0.27). Despite better semen parameters on the day of IUI in the pre-treatment male factor infertility group (TMSC mean ± SD: 61 ± 30 million vs. 3.5 ± 2 million, p < 0.001), pregnancy rates were much higher in the group with low TMSC on the day of IUI (5 % vs. 17 %, p < 0.001). A patient with a recent (within 6 months) normal pre-treatment SA but low TMSC on the day of IUI likely has a reasonable chance to achieve pregnancy, and does not perform as poorly

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