Does anyone have any statistics of any kind about the percent likelihood of men who have ED resolve? For example, we’ve all seen that Northwestern study of about 12,000 individuals. It says something similar to:
“Among the men studied, 167 of 11,909 (1.4 percent) developed persistent erectile dysfunction (“PED”) that continued for a median of 1,348 days after stopping the drugs.”
Does anyone know what that really means? Does that mean that the median person had PED resolve after 3.7 years, or does that mean the median person had PED continuing and that person was merely 3.7 years off the drug? Example link:
Basically, wondering if there is anything out there - more macro data - in terms of facts or likelihood of PED resolution besides a bunch of individual or micro-level anecdotes.