How to fix erectile difficulties using Google’s search engine
The search giant has added an option to its search results to show the best searches for erectile function, and now it has added the word “arthritis” to the search results.
The word “ear” appears on the right side of the results for erectility, as do the words “erectilator” and “amputee”.
Google said in a blog post that it had made the changes in response to an article in which a man who was diagnosed with an aneurysm was referred to Google for help.
He asked that the name be removed from his search results and the company said that its terms and conditions would prevent such situations from happening.
“We wanted to remove the name and description of the aneurym from the search result to protect the individual’s privacy, as well as to show that the best results are those we provide,” Google said in the blog post.
“Unfortunately, some of our customers have reported that their search results were not only not showing results related to their condition, but also that they were receiving incorrect or misleading information,” the company wrote.
The search giant added that it has worked with doctors to provide information on the condition, including a link to a YouTube video showing the man with aneury and a doctor’s notes explaining the condition.
“We will continue to provide these information as we learn more,” it said.
Erectile dysfunction is a condition in which the muscles around the erectile shaft become tight.
Google says it has a search function that will provide information about a person’s erectile problems and the symptoms that they may experience.
It said it will not show any personal information about the individual, such as names, addresses or phone numbers.
“As more research shows that erectile disorders are not always a medical condition, we will continue working to improve the quality of our search results,” the search giant said.
“If you or someone you know needs help, please call the National Health Service, or talk to your GP.
If you or a loved one has an anorexic condition, please contact us.”
The word “amputable” has also been added to the Google search results, and a link on the search bar to a Google forum has also shown a picture of a person with an amputee.
A spokesperson for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence said the company was working with experts in the field to improve its search algorithms.
“Google has made these changes to improve search results for people with erectile pain,” the spokesperson said.
The Institute said it was working on “how to better understand the causes of erectile issues and help those with these conditions find information and advice to help manage their symptoms”.