erectile dysfunction

  • A New Sex Gadget For Erectile Dysfunction Could Be Available On The NHS

    A new sex gadget to help men beat erectile dysfunction and maintain an erection for up to 12 hours could be available on the NHS within a few years. The device, developed with the help of urologists and Professor Peter Ford of De Montfort University, took five years of research, and the company behind it is now in talks with the NHS to make it available on prescription. Tyna International Limited founder Richard Wylie, who suffers from erectile dysfunction himself, said the Stays-Hard had been created for the millions of men in the same position.

  • How to enjoy sex with erectile dysfunction

    Erectile dysfunction (the inability to achieve and maintain an erection) is more common than many people realise. In the 40-50 age group it affects around 11% of men. In the over-60s it affects 40%, and more than half of men over 70. However,

  • Seven foods to help prevent erectile dysfunction

    Around half of men over the age of 40 will experience some form of erectile dysfunction (ED) at some stage in their lives. Erectile problems are usually caused by insufficient blood flow to the penis, so foods that are good for your vascular

  • Men, sex and ageing: how getting older affects your sex life

    Sex changes as you get older, but it's not all bad news. Read on to discover how your sex life is likely to change in your fifties, sixties and beyond... See also: Natural alternatives to Viagra See also: Best sex toys for men Your

  • Erectile dysfunction: Is this poisonous spider the cure?

    Did you know that spiders can cure erectile dysfunction? The Brazilian Wandering Spider holds a Guinness record for being the world's most venomous spider: just 0.006mg of their venom is enough to kill a mouse. See also:

  • What's really causing your erectile dysfunction?

    Even in this brave new post-Viagra world, erectile dysfunction is not exactly a frequent topic of conversation. However you may be surprised to learn that the inability to get or maintain an erection is actually very common among men of a certain

  • Car tax dodger blames Viagra overdose

    As far as limp excuses go, it isn't just maths teachers that are well versed, after one motorist pleaded to the DVLA that the reason he had neglected to renew his road tax disc was because he had overdosed on Viagra. The unnamed driver