Many cases of erectile dysfunction are physiological, not psychological
posted: 02/27/2006 12:00 am
"If you turn on your kitchen faucet and you don’t get any flow, either the faucet’s broken or the pipes are clogged."
According to a recent article, many cases of erectile dysfunction (ED) could be indications of an underlying cardiovascular condition. Men, if you’re having erection problems, your doctor should be one of your first stops -- get checked out to make sure everything in your body is functioning normally.
Our favorite quote from the article: "If you turn on your kitchen faucet and you don’t get any flow, either the faucet’s broken or the pipes are clogged."
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