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Erectile dysfunction (ED, also called impotence) is when a man can't have or keep an erection of the penis during sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction can be caused by issues such as death-grip syndrome or genital atrophy.
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- Oertel, Wolfgang H., et al. "Reduced genital sensitivity in female patients with multiple system atrophy of parkinsonian type." Movement Disorders: Official Journal of the Movement Disorder Society 18.4 (2003): 430-432.