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Inability To Attain An Erection (Definition)

Inability to attain en erection denotes a lack of physiological energy and ability to timely fill penile corporeal tissue with blood for its high-pressure circulation. To discovery when and how to treat such, go to http://formefirst.com/ED-Rx-options.html & other articles in the category of Sex life, ED. Besides, the info in Basics of Self-Care could be ...Read more


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Why do calcium channel blockers make me feel tired?

Why do calcium channel blockers make me feel tired?

Calcium blockers.: The side effect of fatigue is experienced with almost every drug. This is because we also see it with placebo. It is possible the calcium blockers make you tired and there are several pharmacologic reasons why they might. The incidence of fatigue with those drugs isn't significantly higher than with most other drugs however. ...Read more

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Why can calcium channel blockers cause itching?

Why can calcium channel blockers cause itching?

Itching weth CCBs: You can get allergic reaction with rash and itching with any medicine.So some people who are allergic to ccbs, can get rash and itching as they are allrgic to the medicine. ...Read more

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I take lisnopril 40 mg., and atenolol 50 mg.Should i be on a calcium-channel blockers instead?

I take lisnopril 40 mg., and atenolol 50 mg.Should i be on a calcium-channel blockers instead?

Hypertension: Both lisinopril, ace inhibitor ; atenelol , beta blocker are good drugs for treatment of high blood pressure.If you have no side effects from these drugs ; your blood pressure is well controlled than you dont have to change to calcium channel blockers. ...Read more

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What are the means by which calcium channel blockers work?

What are the means by which calcium channel blockers work?

Ca blockers: They block the channel which gets calcium into cells so that the calcium needed for smooth muscle function is blocked resulting in decreased vascular resistance. ...Read more

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What are the side effects of calcium channel blockers?

What are the side effects of calcium channel blockers?

Calcium channel bloc: read this: http://www.ask.com/health/side-effects-calcium-channel-blockers-ba537bdd955a20e6?ad=semD&an=google_s&am=broad&ap=google.com&o=11138&qo=boostResultOnSERP

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How are calcium channel blockers and beta blockers different?

Blockers: The cell membranes have receptor sites(like plug outlets)for various drugs. The calcium blockers block the calcium channel plugs and the beta blockers block the beta receptor plugs. Each drug type has different effects but both lower blood pressure and have other effects. ...Read more

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Can a person with Small cell lung Cancer take calcium channel blockers?

Can a person with Small cell lung Cancer take calcium channel blockers?

Yes: If you have Eaton Lambert as a complication, it might be well to use caution ...Read more

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What are some calcium channel blockers?

What are some calcium channel blockers?

Too many: There are too numerous to mention...Would suggest a simple google search. ...Read more

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What can be done for chronic constipation due due calcium channel blockers?

What can be done for chronic constipation due due calcium channel blockers?

Change: To a different drug if the constipation cannot be treated by increasing fiber and or periodic laxatives. ...Read more

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Taking Cartia XT 180 MG, I heard there's an interaction with NSAIDS and Calcium Channel Blockers?

Taking Cartia XT 180 MG, I heard there's an interaction with NSAIDS and Calcium Channel Blockers?

A study from 2001: demonstrated no significant difference between patients taking CCB or not with regard to NSAID adverse effects. There was a slight but not significant decrease in the incidence of GI bleeding in the CCB cohort vs. placebo. ...Read more

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Are beta blockers & calcium channel blockers truly contradicted in Wolff-Parkinson-White patients?

Are beta blockers & calcium channel blockers truly contradicted in Wolff-Parkinson-White patients?

Yes: In patients with wolff-parkinson-white especially those who have a history of atrial fibrillation or flutter, beta blockers and calcium channel blockers, which are av nodal blocking agents especially Diltiazem and verapamil, should be avoided. ...Read more

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Erectile Dysfunction (Definition)

Any problem when a male cannot get or keep an erection long enough for intercourse. It has many different causes so "erectile dysfunction" is a descriptive term ...Read more


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Inability To Sustain An Erection (Definition)

Impotence or Erectile dysfunction describes inability to initiate or maintain a satisfactory ...Read more