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Erectile Dysfunction
23
Apr

Beware of ‘Natural’ Testosterone Boosters

In the 3.4 billion dollar global market for erectile dysfunction treatments, there’s always some new notion or potion hoping to capture a piece of the business. When it comes to herbal testosterone preparations, we’d like to offer a dose of common sense. Patients should be very skeptical about herbal testosterone and other “nutraceuticals.” The term...
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09
Apr

Understanding the Problem That 30 Million Men Don’t Want to Talk About

Considering that advertising for a host of medications like Viagra, Levitra, Cialis, and Staxyn have brought the problem of erectile dysfunction (ED) into our living rooms, many men still find it difficult to talk about in their doctor’s office. Yet it is an issue that 30 million men in America – including half of those...
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30
Jan

Does Herbal Testosterone Work?

Premier Medical Group Urologist,  Dr. Evan Goldfischer, offers sound advice. In the 3.4 billion dollar global market for erectile dysfunction treatments, there’s always some new notion or potion hoping to capture a piece of the business. When it comes to herbal testosterone preparations, Dr. Evan Goldfischer, Co-CEO at Premier Medical Group, offers a dose of common...
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19
Dec

The Mediterranean Diet Can Help Patients with Erectile Dysfunction

Many of us may know that the Mediterranean Diet reduces the risk of heart disease, certain cancers, diabetes, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases. Now, a small study indicates that it may also be good for men with heart and erectile dysfunction conditions. Patients who ate plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, fish and olive oil—coupled...
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07
Nov

Erectile Dysfunction and your Heart

Over the last decade it has been consistently demonstrated that there is a direct cause and effect relationship between cardiovascular disease (CVD) and erectile dysfunction (ED). Dr. Evan Goldfischer of Premier’s Urology Division, makes a point of telling his ED patients, “the penis is a barometer of cardiovascular health.” “The arteries to your brain, the carotid arteries,...
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17
May

Searching for an End to Erectile Dysfunction

In April of 2010, a “proof of concept” study published in the journal European Urology examined the question, “Can Low-Intensity Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy Improve Erectile Function?” The prime cause of most cases of erectile dysfunction (ED) is insufficient blood flow (vascular deficiency) in the penis. The current ED medications (such as Viagra and Cialis), vacuum...
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