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Yes, there is a link between heart health and ED, and your life may depend on recognizing it.
By Madeleine Williams, MPH
Reviewed by Harsh Sharma, D.O. | Internal Medicine
by Giddy Staff
Researchers believe erectile dysfunction could be a sign of cardiovascular problems.
by David Hopper
If you're struggling to stay erect, your first call should probably be to your cardiologist.
by Michael Frank
The links are so clear that ED can even predict cardiovascular problems.
by Kurtis Bright
A strong, healthy ticker is the foundation for strong, healthy sexual function.
by Geoff Nudelman
Increasing blood flow is the key to this innovative use of stents to aid erectile dysfunction.
It all comes down to the tiniest blood vessels in the male body.
Treating your hypertension can often worsen your ED. Fortunately, you have options.
Approaching each condition separately can help with both.
Addressing one condition can help with the other, but only if you speak up.
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Focus on foods that enhance your diet, sexual performance and overall health—at the same time!
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