Erectile Dysfunction & Other Conditions

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common issue that affects many men, but it's often linked to other underlying health conditions. Our dedicated pages explore the connections between ED and various medical issues, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of how these conditions can impact sexual health.


 

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Erectile Dysfunction after Vasectomy Reversal

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a common condition that affects millions of men worldwide, causing difficulties in achieving and maintaining satisfactory erections.  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Vasculogenic ED

Vasculogenic ED is a condition that affects millions of men. For some of them Vasculogenic ED is an occasional problem, others only suffer from sporadic erections or difficulty in ...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Sleep Disorders

A good night's sleep is necessary to maintain good health. Recent research has shown that not having enough sleep or having disrupted sleep can affect sexual function, while nights...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Irritable Bowel Disease

IBD is a lifechanging condition for men that can have a big impact on their sexual relationships and erectile function.  more  

Erectile Dysfunction & High Cholesterol

High cholesterol and Erectile Dysfunction (ED) are health conditions that commonly coexist and can interfere with sexual performance and a decrease in libido.  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Heart Medication

It has been estimated that 25% of all Erectile Dysfunction (ED) problems are caused by medication. With heart medication like nitrates, it is unsafe to take some ED pills.  more  

Erectile Dysfunction & Haemophilia

If you suffer from haemophilia, you will know that it is a genetic, life-threatening blood disorder affecting your body's ability to make blood clots that help prevent excessive bl...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Epilepsy

Problems with sex and sexual dysfunction can happen to many men, but it is more common in men diagnosed with epilepsy than men without it.  more  

Erectile Dysfunction & Cushing’s Disease & Syndrome

If you are reading this page, you are probably very aware of the issues caused by Cushing's syndrome and Cushing disease - one side effect of which is erectile dysfunction.  more  

Erectile Dysfunction & Crohn’s Disease

Men suffering from Crohn's Disease or Ulcerative Colitis (the two main forms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) usually find that their condition affects them in a number of ways;...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction & COPD

Living with a chronic disease, such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), not only upsets normal daily life, but can also cause a deterioration in libido and sexual inte...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Brain Injury

A brain injury can change the way a man experiences and expresses his sexuality. Problems can include reduced libido, issues with sexual functioning, including Erectile Dysfunction...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction & Atherosclerosis

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is not unusual as men age. ED is often a sign of atherosclerosis, which means the hardening, clogging, or narrowing of the blood vessels. Any of these can...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Arthritis

Men with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) are usually much more likely to suffer from Erectile Dysfunction (ED), especially if they have severe arthritis or have a coexisting heart diseas...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Angina

Angina is chest pain that happens because there isn't enough blood going to part of your heart.  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Anaemia

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a common problem among men who suffer with anaemia. We advise patients to consult their doctor and also approach us as their ED may be a result of thei...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and an Overactive Bladder

Many conditions have an adverse effect on Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and ED is a common problem among men who suffer with an Overactive Bladder (OAB).  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Vasectomy

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a common condition that affects millions of men worldwide, causing difficulties in achieving and maintaining satisfactory erections.   more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Drug Abuse

Recreational drugs often make Erectile Dysfunction (ED) worse, a common issue among past and current users.  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Cycling

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Peyronie's Disease caused by cycling is a relatively common issue that affects many cyclists.   more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Asthma

A lot of medications can worsen Erectile Dysfunction (ED), which is common among men with asthma. That's why we recommend asthma patients consult their doctor if they're experienci...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Sciatica

Sciatica is a prevalent condition that affects a significant portion of the UK population during their lifetime, and it can have a profound impact on an individual's well-being.   more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Nitric Oxide

Nitric Oxide has been called the miracle molecule in the medical profession. It's what's termed as a biological regulator, as it regulates and protects our cardiovascular system ag...  more  

Erectile Dysfunction and Anabolic Steroids

Sometimes prescribed to help teenage boys with delayed puberty problems or to older men suffering from losing muscle mass due to certain illnesses, anabolic steroids are synthetica...  more