Study links erectile dysfunction drugs to a higher rate of STDs

07/5/2010 | HealthDay News

A U.S. study of men older than 40 found that those who used erectile dysfunction drugs were more likely to have a sexually transmitted disease than nonusers. The finding confirms that "men who are using these drugs aren't just those who have erectile dysfunction, but they're also men in high-risk groups who take it to enhance sexual activity," one of the researchers said.

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