Most men with erectile dysfunction (ED) had undiagnosed sleep apnea in a single-center study.

Some 65% of men seeking treatment for erectile dysfunction also had obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), reported Sujith Jose, MBBS, MS, of the Government Medical College in Kozhikode, India, and colleagues.

Patients who had obstructive sleep apnea were more likely to have subthreshold or clinical insomnia, Jose said in a presentation at the Sexual Medicine Society of North America 2020 virtual meeting.

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