A new treatment for erectile problems could mean a huge boost in sex and pleasure for millions of men.
Erectile dysfunction pills, or e-cigs.
E-cigarettes are one of the biggest and most effective ways to quit smoking, and researchers are hopeful they will be used to treat erectile difficulties as well.
But they’ve also become something of a dirty word among doctors, who say the devices pose a serious risk of health risks, especially to young men.
The problem: They’re not approved for use in the U.S.
Erectile dysfunctions are caused by inflammation in the penis.
It’s the same type of inflammation that causes a rash or pain around the anus and genitals.
Many doctors and patients are wary of the devices, fearing they’ll make it hard for them to treat pain.
And a lot of people won’t take them if they have a chronic condition like arthritis, which can make it difficult to find an appropriate doctor.
Some doctors are starting to get worried, too.
“The risk of e-cig use is quite low,” Dr. Richard J. Schuman, a clinical professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University, told USA Today.
“If they can help you, you’ll go for it.”
But some experts aren’t so sure that e-cigarettes can really be the solution to the problems they’re trying to fix.
The most common side effects include:Irritation, dry mouth, coughing, burning or itching, stomach pain, dizziness, diarrhea, and stomach pain that’s difficult to manage.
In a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers found that people who used e-cigarette liquids experienced more discomfort than those who used tobacco-based vapor.
The scientists found that for most people, the nicotine delivered through the e-juice is as much as 10 to 15 percent more potent than tobacco.
So, e-liquid users might be more sensitive to nicotine.
In the study, researchers analyzed data from more than 1,000 adults ages 21 and older, who reported smoking at least a pack of cigarettes a day.
They also asked the participants if they’d been exposed to e-liquids before taking a cigarette, as well as if they were smoking more than once a week.
Results showed that the nicotine-delivered e-vapor was about the same strength as tobacco-delivery cigarettes, which means that for about half the people who were exposed to nicotine and who also used e