Men with chronic health problems like high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol more likely to develop erectile dysfunction, compared to healthy men. However, in the new study found, investigators released a link between drug use and erectile dysfunction.
Of the 37,700 men, researchers found that drugs pose a higher risk of erectile dysfunction in men. Men who are taking three to five eggs a day, 15 percent possibility can be affected by erectile dysfunction. Medication than those who drank less.
“However, this research does not prove that the drug is to blame,” said senior researcher Dr. Steven J. Jacobsen, Department of Kaiser Permanente Southern California Research and Evaluation. “We’ve been trying to find the underlying cause,” he told.