Recovered male COVID-19 patients are having sexual dysfunction - GMA

Recovered male COVID-19 patients are having sexual dysfunction - GMA

- Dr Frank Serebour who is the vice-president of the Ghana Medical Association has revealed that some recovered male COVID-19 patients are becoming weak in the bedroom

- He indicated this is from reports received all over the country by many doctors who have dealt with COVID-19 patients

- He cautioned the general public against disregarding the COVID-19 prevention protocols

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It has emerged that some patients of COVID-19 who have recovered from the deadly virus are experiencing erectile dysfunction as an aftermath of falling victim to the disease.

According to a pulse.com.gh report, Dr Frank Serebour who is the vice-president of the Ghana Medical Association made this disclosure in a radio interview on Abusua FM.

Dr Serebour indicated that reports of sexual weakness have been filed by myriads of recovered COVID-19 patients to physicians all over the country.

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Recovered male COVID-19 patients are having sexual dysfunction - GMA

Recovered male COVID-19 patients are having sexual dysfunction - GMA Credit: Factsandtruths_official
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He explained that a lot of people who have recovered from the COVID-19 infection are developing other health abnormalities, but there are others who have no other complications.

On this basis, the GMA vice-president encouraged the general public to ensure they comply with the regulations needed to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Currently, the official Ghana Health Service website has confirmed that there are 3,813 active cases of the coronavirus with 616 people having succumbed to it.

Meanwhile, in another report by YEN.com.gh, Liha Miller, the wife of popular Ghanaian musician, Patapaa, has asserted that the image she has known about Africa before touching down on the continent was that it was filled with dirty places and bushes.

According to Zionfelix.net who interviewed the newly-wedded lady, her perception about Africa being inhabitable was strong to the extent that her family was worried when she decided to visit Ghana for the first time.

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"My mother was very scared and there were unending calls between herself and Patapaa and his family in order to ensure I was safe," she said.

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