Erectile dysfunction is also known as ED and it usually occurs when a man is unable to achieve or maintain an erection. Erectile dysfunction is a common condition, and it can affect men regardless of their age, or background.

In fact, it is estimated that ED is the most common form of male sexual dysfunction. 

Can Covid-19 lead to impotence?

Can Covid-19 lead to impotence?Now scientists are examining a possible link to an altogether unexpected consequence of Covid-19: erectile dysfunction. A connection has been...

Can COVID lead to impotence?

Can COVID lead to impotence?For a respiratory disease, COVID-19 causes some peculiar symptoms. It can diminish the senses of smell and taste, leave patients with discoloured...

Explained: Can COVID-19 lead to erectile dysfunction? What have medical studies revealed – Firstpost

Explained: Can COVID-19 lead to erectile dysfunction? What have medical studies revealed - FirstpostExplained: Can COVID-19 lead to erectile dysfunction? What have medical...
Can Covid-19 lead to impotence?

Can Covid-19 lead to impotence?

Can Covid-19 lead to impotence?Now scientists are examining a possible link to an altogether unexpected consequence of Covid-19: erectile dysfunction. A connection has been reported in hundreds of papers by scientists in Europe and North America, as well as in Egypt,...

Can COVID lead to impotence?

Can COVID lead to impotence?

Can COVID lead to impotence?For a respiratory disease, COVID-19 causes some peculiar symptoms. It can diminish the senses of smell and taste, leave patients with discoloured “COVID toes” or even cause a swollen, bumpy “COVID tongue.”Read More...

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