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International Society for Sexual Medicine's guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of premature ejaculation.
It is suggested that the prevalence of premature ejaculation is considerably lower than previously thought and that ongoing research will lead to a more complete understanding of the pathophysiology as well as new efficacious and safe treatments for this sexual dysfunction. Expand
Endocrine aspects of sexual dysfunction in men.
Safe and effective treatments for endocrinologic sexual medicine disorders examined by prospective, placebo-controlled, multi-institutional clinical trials are needed. Expand
Endocrine aspects of male sexual dysfunctions.
There is no compelling evidence that testosterone treatment causes prostate cancer or its progression in men without severe testosterone deficiency (TD), and men with erectile dysfunction, hypoactive sexual desire and retarded ejaculation, as well as those with visceral obesity and metabolic diseases, should be screened for TD and treated. Expand
Efficacy and safety of long‐acting intramuscular testosterone undecanoate in aging men: a randomised controlled study
To evaluate the efficacy and safety of long‐acting i.m. testosterone undecanoate (TU) in Malaysian men with testosterone deficiency (TD), a large number of men were randomly assigned to receive either a TU or a dummy pill. Expand
Prevalence and correlates of erectile dysfunction (ED) and treatment seeking for ED in Asian Men: the Asian Men's Attitudes to Life Events and Sexuality (MALES) study.
ED is a prevalent condition; the prevalence of ED increases with age and is strongly associated with comorbid conditions; and the majority of men have never sought treatment for their condition, highlighting a substantial need for the evaluation and treatment of ED in Asian men. Expand
Relationships between cancer pattern, country income and geographical region in Asia
There is a wide variation in cancer incidence and mortality across Asia and cancer incidence rate increases with country income particularly in colorectal and breast cancers but the pattern is the opposite for MIR. Expand
Rise of Herbal and Traditional Medicine in Erectile Dysfunction Management
  • C. Ho, H. Tan
  • Medicine
  • Current urology reports
  • 27 September 2011
Many herbal therapies appear to have potential benefits, and similarly, the health risks of various phytotherapeutic compounds need to be elucidated. Expand
Men's health: sexual dysfunction, physical, and psychological health--is there a link?
The association between men's sexual dysfunction and physical and psychological health is real and proven and should not be taken lightly but instead treated as a life-threatening medical problem. Expand
Erectile dysfunction and comorbidities in aging men: an urban cross-sectional study in Malaysia.
ED was found to be significantly associated with LUTS, depression, and androgen deficiency symptoms are common in urban aging men, and strategies for early disease prevention and detection are warranted when one disease presents. Expand
The triad of erectile dysfunction, testosterone deficiency syndrome and metabolic syndrome: findings from a multi-ethnic Asian men study (The Subang Men’s Health Study)
Multivariate regression analysis showed that elevated blood pressure, elevated FBG, low high-density lipoprotein and heart disease were predictors of ED while all MS components were independently associated with TDS. Expand