Study: Impotence an early sign of heart disease

07/20/2006 | CNN

Erectile dysfunction could be an early sign of cardiovascular disease and men who experience such symptoms should be screened for heart disease, according to a new study. The study of nearly 300 men with impotence and clogged arteries found that as many as 93% of men reported symptoms of erectile dysfunction one to three years prior to experiencing angina.

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