Posted in: News and Articles | February 2022

Warns against Coronavirus and Impotence

American urologists claim that those men who have had Covid have a six times higher risk of erectile dysfunction is a real concern for those who get the disease.
Expert say is more concerned that the term will create fear in ever men.

Mathilde Lea
Published Friday,January,2022

Tall Measures

When the penis doesn’t get a high enough level of blood flow, the penis cannot expand fully.
Also, if the sponge tissues can’t hold the blood, this also restrains the penis from growing to its full size.

How to deal with a weak erection before it goes too far?

It's time to make a hard decision, but one that could eventually lead to a hard penis.
Do you want to continue with an unfulfilling erection (for you and her) or do you want to start remedying the situation?

If you have not heard of Covid IMPOTENCE before, you should read this article! There are in fact some researchers who claim that this should be a real concern. According to a group of American urologists, several have had erection problems after having covid-19. In November last year, the group, which consists of 45 urologists, issued a public warning in which they urged people to be vaccinated against Covid with the intention of "Saving the future boners".

Higher risk

In the announcement, urologists claim that men who have had covid have a six times higher risk of erectile dysfunction, or " IMPOTENCE ". They refer to a study done at Tor Vergata University in Rome, which is part-financed by the Italian authorities. The study was led by Emmanuele A. Jannini, a professor of endocrinology and medical sexology. The study, which is peer-reviewed, is published in the medical journal Andrology. Peer review is a method for ensuring the quality of research contributions, in that several experts within the subject critically evaluate the contribution before publication. In the study, the researchers examined 100 men, 25 of whom had been Covid-infected. In the Covid group, they found a significantly higher incidence of impotence. The researchers behind the study conclude that this suggests that there is a potential, long-term risk of impotence after Covid disease. The study is also reported by the American health website WebMD.