Study links impaired fasting glucose to severe ED in men

04/22/2012 |

Data on 3,451 men with sexual dysfunction showed those with impaired fasting glucose faced a greater risk of severe erectile dysfunction, reduced penile blood flow and overt hypogonadism than those who had normal blood glucose levels. Men with IFG also had a higher overall cardiovascular risk than their normoglycemic counterparts. The findings appear in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.

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