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BUFFALO, WV - MARCH 26: Justin Moles, 32, of Cross Lanes, West Virginia receives the Covid-19 Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine as part of a collaborative effort from the West Virginia National Guard, FamilyCare Health Centers and Toyota to vaccinate Toyota employees on March 26, 2021 on the grounds of the Toyota plant in Buffalo, West Virginia. I have chronic lung issues, so Id like to have somewhat of a normal life soon, said Moles adding, Without this (the Toyota rollout) I would still be waiting. Its amazing. (Photo by Stephen Zenner/Getty Images)

April 7, 2021 — COVID-19 increases the risk of developing erectile dysfunction (ED) by nearly six times, according to data from the first study to investigate the association between ED and COVID-19 in young men in a real-life setting.

The preliminary numbers also indicated that having ED also increased men’s susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2 infection. Men with ED are more than five times more likely to have COVID-19.

 

Erectile Dysfunction Risk 6 Times Higher in Men With COVID

April 7, 2021 -- COVID-19 increases the risk of developing erectile dysfunction (ED) by nearly six times, according to data from the first study to investigate the association between ED and COVID-19 in young men in a real-life setting. The preliminary numbers also indicated that having ED also increased men's susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2 infection.