Homosexual men are more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction than their heterosexual counterparts, according to a recent meta-analysis. On the other hand, the opposite is true for premature ejaculation.
Male patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) appear to use erectile dysfunction medications more frequently than those without the disease, with the association persisting regardless of a history of IBD surgery, according to a study.
Tadalafil appears to effectively improve sexual function with acceptable side effects in diabetic patients with erectile dysfunction, according to a study. However, older patients fare better with the daily low-dose than the on-demand high-dose protocol.
In addition to the known evils of maternal smoking during pregnancy on the son’s semen quality, prenatal exposure to paternal smoking can also be harmful, according to data from the large Danish National Birth Cohort (DNBC) presented at the ESHRE 2019 Meeting.
Men with metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer (mHSPC) who receive testosterone suppression therapy may have a better survival outcome with the addition of enzalutamide over other non-steroidal anti-androgen (NSAA) therapies, according to the phase III ENZAMET* trial.