Study: COVID-19 Could Triple Chances For Erectile Dysfunction


A new study shows men who contract COVID-19 are three times more likely to develop erectile dysfunction compared to those who do not contract the illness.

A University of Rome study surveyed 100 men, Nine percent of those who had not contracted COVID claimed they'd had erectile troubles.

The figure among those who got the illness, however, jumped to 28 percent.

Researchers say the virus causes inflammation of the lining of blood vessels which could impede blood flow and disrupt a man's sexual response.

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