Men Health

Nearly half of men having ages of 40 to 70 have erectile dysfunction (ED) to some extent, though only one among 10 report a comprehensive in capability in having erections. Taking a drug for ED originates an erection adequate to start intercourse in nearly 70% of the otherwise healthy males. But the outcomes differ quite a bit from one person to the other person. A man having damaged arteries or nerves by prostate surgery, cardiovascular disease or diabetes will not be able to respond as sturdily to ED drugs as compared to the other males.