There are still too many unknowns about the long-term effects of coronavirus, but some doctors are suggesting that erectile dysfunction be added to the list of side-effects, even for those who experienced mild covid symptoms.
Well, this is a bit awkward. COVID-19 may cause long-term erectile dysfunction in men. Yet another reason to heed public health advice as the coronavirus continues to spread. https://t.co/rFiNEUbpGy pic.twitter.com/sTmCGJrNiV— NBC10 Philadelphia (@NBCPhiladelphia) December 5, 2020
Covid can kill you— The Burke (@thea_burke) December 5, 2020
Covid can cause strokes
Covid can kill your relatives
Men: don’t live in fear
Covid can cause erectile dysfunction
Men: be right back...
That's probably not the news you'd like to hear. Until now the long list of possible side effects included trivial (sarcasm) things like lung scarring, brain fog, and fatigue. And it soon might include a broken willy, which honestly, feels like some small win for many of us.
Breathing issues, brain fog, and a lingering loss of taste are just some of the long-term effects seen in coronavirus patients. Now, experts are warning that COVID-19 could also make it difficult to get an erectionhttps://t.co/l6PC4yRlu0— Alfons López Tena (@alfonslopeztena) December 9, 2020
Is this it? Is this moment we've been waiting for? Have we been hit with the herd thinning dong buster we were promised?
We don't mean to make light of COVID, but the irony would last long and pay high yields for decades. If it does prove to be true, denying the better advice of health professionals because covid is, 'just the flu', might be the reason your family name goes kaput.