Restless legs syndrome and erectile dysfunction.

  title={Restless legs syndrome and erectile dysfunction.},
  author={Xiang Gao and Michael A. Schwarzschild and Eilis J O'reilly and Hao Chun Wang and Alberto A Ascherio},
  volume={33 1},
STUDY OBJECTIVES Dopaminergic hypofunction in the central nervous system may contribute to restless legs syndrome (RLS) and erectile dysfunction (ED). We therefore examined whether men with RLS have higher prevalences of ED. DESIGN RLS was assessed using a set of standardized questions. Men were considered to have RLS if they met 4 RLS diagnostic criteria recommended by the International RLS Study Group, and had restless legs > or = 5 times/month. Erectile function was assessed by a… CONTINUE READING
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