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A number of physical issues and lifestyle choices can cause low-T—more than you might realize.
Diabetes and hypertension, for example, can cause clogged arteries and ED.
SCIs can lead to sexual dysfunction, including issues with erections and ejaculation.
Your fertility problems, ED and other issues in bed may be the result of an overactive thyroid.
Water pills can contribute to ED, but they don't need to ruin your sex life.
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ED, Peyronie's, low-T and other conditions have been tied to the chronic disease.
Changes in sexual function may be a sign that something else is wrong with your health.
High cholesterol can lead to adverse sexual side effects, but medications can help fix them.