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(impotence impotency)
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  • Vardenafil inhibiting parasympathetic function of tracheal smooth muscle. [Journal Article]
    J Chin Med Assoc 2018; 81(7):631-635Lee FP, Chao PZ, Wang HW
  • CONCLUSIONS: High concentrations of Levitra could inhibit parasympathetic function of the trachea. Levitra when administered via oral intake might reduce asthma attacks in impotent patients because it might inhibit parasympathetic function and reduce methacholine-induced contraction of the tracheal smooth muscle.
  • [Sant'Ippazio (St. Hypatius of Gangra): A southern Italian cult of virility and red carrots]. [Historical Article]
    Urologe A 2015; 54(12):1806-10Froehlich G, Schulz J
  • Sant'Ippazio (St. Hypatius of Gangra) is a saint, martyr, and advocate in cases of impotency, inguinal hernia, and other abdominal disorders. In Tiggiano, a small town at the southernmost point of Italy, Sant'Ippazio, bishop of Gangra, is venerated as a patron saint. According to legend, during an excited dispute on the question of the Arian heresy at the synod of Nicaea (325 AD), Bishop Ippazio …
  • Assessment of protective and anti-oxidant properties of Tribulus terrestris fruits against testicular toxicity in rats. [Journal Article]
    J Intercult Ethnopharmacol 2014 Jul-Sep; 3(3):113-8Shalaby MA, Hammouda AA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The pre-treatment with METT has protective and anti-oxidant effects in SVP-intoxicated rats. Mechanisms of this protective effect against testicular toxicity may be due to the increased release of testosterone, FSH and LH and the enhanced tissue anti-oxidant capacity. These results affirm the traditional use of T. terrestris fruits as an aphrodisiac for treating male sexual impotency and erectile dysfunction in patients. The study recommends that T. terrestris fruits may be beneficial for male patients suffering from infertility.
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