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Erectile dysfunction: can it be a sign of cardiovascular diseases ? Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, is the persistent or recurrent inability to obtain or maintain an erection that allows "satisfactory" sexual activity, for at least 3 months. We will explain the link, which may seem surprising...

September 10, 2022 is the 20th World Suicide Prevention Day. Erectile dysfunction and suicide: is there a link? The question must be asked. To speak out is to act. Indeed, in my consultation the distress and shame of men, especially among young people, is such that the...

Let's talk about male impotence: Let's talk about male impotence because impotence is still too often taboo despite the large number of couples who suffer from it. This is why the vast majority of men concerned consult little. However, today there are effective therapeutic solutions. In...

In case of venous leaks can impotence be cured? The treatment of impotence by venous leaks is now a medical reality. Advances in open and endovascular surgery make it possible to treat impotence of vascular origin. The means of investigation have also evolved. Medical imaging: Doppler...

Impotence by venous leakage, what is it? Erectile dysfunction can have various causes. But more particularly, impotence by venous leakage, what is it? Learn more: Professor Eric Allaire's Video Here we will focus on venous leakage. First of all you should know that the erection is caused by...

Surgery and Digital Twin: Professor Eric Allaire presented during an exciting conference at the National Academy of Surgery: "Research and daily practice of surgery in the time of the digital twin". Indeed, it questions the future for surgery in the era of very high data densities? The...

Cardiovascular disorders and erectile dysfunction In this video, Professor Eric Allaire explains how cardiovascular damage can affect the quality of erections. Impotence and cardiovascular damage, an association that may surprise. However, cardiovascular risk factors can be accompanied by erectile dysfunction due to the narrowing of the...

Is there a link between suicide and male impotence? The relationship has often been made between impotence and depression. Yet without clearly establishing which of the two leads to the other. What is certain, however, is that depression and erectile dysfunction tend to isolate, lock...

What is the relationship between impotence and cardiovascular risk? This question may surprise you. However, there are many common mechanisms. What are these mechanisms? Professor Eric Allaire explains that one of the cardiovascular risk factors is the narrowing of the arteries. Indeed, a narrowing of the internal...

Too often, erectile dysfunction in young men is considered psychological in origin. Yet impotence due to venous leaks in young men is a reality. Fortunately things are changing. The physical factors of impotence are being increasingly explored in men of all ages says Professor Eric...