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Erectile dysfunction drug linked to high risk sexual practice

Recreational use of drugs used for erectile dysfunction (eg Viagra) has been found to be associated with high risk sexual activities, such as multiple, same sex partners. It has resulted in increased incidence of sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV. The same cohort of men were also more likely to engage in illicit drug use, particularly MDMA (ecstasy) and methamphetamine.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The American Journal of Medicine

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About: Erectile dysfunction drug linked to high risk sexual practice

Date: 30 May 2005

Source: The American Journal of Medicine

Author: Ivanhoe Newswire


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