BJUIBritish Journal of Urology International (British Association of Urological Surgeons)
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More recently, the BJUI study found that men younger than age 60 who awoke twice or more a night to urinate had a 68 percent greater risk of heart disease later in life compared to those without nocturia, although that risk fell to 36 percent after the researchers accounted for age, obesity and use of urological medications.
In fact, nearly three-quarters of the BJUI study participants on three or more medications were obese, and greater medication use increased the severity of ED.
The study has been published in the January issue of the urology journal BJUI. (ANI)
The study is published in the August issue of BJUI. (ANI)
The findings of the study are published in the urology journal, BJUI. (ANI)