Snippet from the non-hair-loss-related article:
Of those who took painkillers regularly, 64 percent said they could never get an erection, compared with 36 percent who did not routinely take NSAIDs.
After accounting for factors like age, weight, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease, the researchers still found a 38-percent higher risk of ED among men taking painkillers.
Read the rest — NSAIDs Linked To Higher Risk Of Erectile Dysfunction
The study, published in Journal of Urology, looked at nearly 81,000 men aged 45-69 and found that of those that took aspirin, acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and similar NSAIDs, there was significant risk of developing erectile dysfunction.
USA Today also has the story.