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Study Finds ED Drug Effective in Helping Men Ejaculate, Achieve Orgasm

Update Date: Jan 30, 2013 08:59 AM EST
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Seminal plasma hypersensitivity, which occurs when the women is allergic to the proteins in a man's semen, afflicts 20,000 to 40,000 women within the United States. (Photo : Facebook/Amor)

According to a new study, erectile dysfunction drug - Cialis - can help men overcome problems associated with ejaculation and orgasm.

Researchers say that non-erectile sexual dysfunction, where the man doesn't suffer from erectile dysfunction, but has problems achieving orgasm and ejaculation is common, but underreported due to the social stigma attached to the problem.

"There are many men who have, at most, very mild problems achieving an erection but who cannot easily ejaculate. Our study shows Cialis works very well for these men with problems ejaculating," said Dr. Darius Paduch, from Weill Cornell Medical College in a news release.

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The study was based on data available from 17 high quality studies that included 3,581 participants. Researchers found that some 70 percent of men who used the drug Cialis reported ejaculation, compared to just 30 percent men who were on placebo or "dummy" drug.

According to Paduch, about 18 percent of men have normal erections, but have problems with ejaculations. The condition can affect men of all ages.

Erectile dysfunction affects as many as 30 million men in the U.S., according to National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse.

"Many of my patients are young men who want to have children and so they want to solve their issues with ejaculation. We don't know why this occurs. Every internist faces this problem in his male patients and has no options to offer. Our study shows Cialis may help," said Dr. Paduch.

Researchers found that 10 or 20 milligrams of Cialis led to better ejaculation and orgasm in men with varying degrees of erectile dysfunction when compared with placebo.

Paduch added that further studies will confirm the efficacy of the drug in improving men's sexual satisfaction.

The study is published in the journal British Journal of Urology International.             

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