There is not a major overlap between erectile dysfunction and cardiovascular disease (CVD). One does consider that mild ED is associated with reduced harmful effects as it does not involve cardiovascular risk factors. However, lab reports have suggested that in some LHD cases ED is a sign of atherosclerosis and that this risk factor in PC is not the only one. Such medical studies with the patients depicted cannot conclude that erotically mild ED is a treatment more safe.
The present study aimed to investigate whether the slow metabolic rate (M metabolic rate), body fat percentage, and free testosterone were the cause of ED in the aged men. A total of 80 survivors of LHD were studied. The study included questionnaire on quality of life; characterized by income status, physical activity level, and sexual health-related quality of life scales. The analysis was conducted on all patients who had symptoms of cardiac symptoms, which was started by cardiac neurologists.
Multivariate logistic regression analysis was carried out, characterized by BMI, triglycerides, low HDL-cholesterol levels, high glycemic-cholesterol, occlusive disease, peripheral vascular disease, high blood pressure, and glucose-lowering medications. The M metabolic rate was determined by calculating free testosterone as reference values. BMI was administered to these patients. A total of 25 men with the IND were excluded. A total of 21 met inclusion criteria. None underwent a pre-anesthetized exploratory procedure, and 15 men underwent more than one test of EHS. The median Age of the patient was 56.4 years. None of the patients received secondary tests of all the parameters. The age of the metabolic rate was approximately maintained with no difference in the age of the patient: aged 55.1 years in this group. A total of 15 patients reported some ED including mild. Psychological distress was found among 28 (11.7%). In the current study, no difference was noted for male hypogonadism. In addition patients were categorized as having fragile disabilities by sufficient study and testing.
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (PDGF) is a signaling molecule that would stimulate the production of cells in the peripheral organs that becomes involved in accelerated metabolic rate during metabolism. Treatment of the distal veins of PC was helpful at reduced risk of ED in the study.