Nearly half of all men between forty-five to sixty-nine years old regularly use over-the-counter non-steroidal anti-inflammatory pain medications (NSAIDs). Concern over this staggering statistic amplifies when considering the number of diseases traced to the side-effects of taking NSAIDs. Studies published over the last fifteen years link regular NSAID use to hypertension, gastro-intestinal bleeding, Alzheimer’s, dementia, heart attacks, stroke, hearing loss, kidney disease, and poor wound healing. Regular NSAID use consists of taking these drugs five times or more each week. Studies completed in 2011, 2017, and early 2018 also prove a link between regular NSAID use and lowered sperm counts, low T (testosterone), and erectile dysfunction.