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Erectile dysfunction associated with LUTS and BPH 

Erectile dysfunction associated with LUTS and BPH
Erectile dysfunction associated with LUTS and BPH

Thomas C Gasser

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date: 19 June 2021

There is increasing evidence for an association between BPH/LUTS and ED

The adverse effects of medical treatment for BPH/LUTS on sexual function must be considered

Phospodiesterase—five inhibitors might play a future role in the treatment of BPH/LUTS.

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