An estimated 20 million men in the United States suffers from Erectile Dysfunction (ED). ED is defined as the inability to maintain an erection sufficient for satisfying sexual activity. The majority of these men are over 40 years old, but symptoms can develop in those much younger. ED can be an unfortunate side effect of a health condition such as diabetes, decreased testosterone levels, high blood pressure, or an enlarged prostate. ED can also occur due to nerve damage or other trauma to the body. Smoking, alcohol, or use of certain medications also contribute to ED. But erectile dysfunction can also simply be the result of everyday pressures such as stress, anxiety, or nervousness. Fortunately, no matter what the cause, Erectile Dysfunction can be successfully treated. Often times treatment is as simple as pre-intercourse medication therapy.
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COMMON MEDICATIONS THAT REDUCE EFFECTIVENESS OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION MEDICATIONS SUCH AS VIAGRA, CIALIS, LEVITRA:
-St. John's Wort