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Is Male Impotence Due To Smoking Ever Reversible
I have impotence after taking 2mg Tenex/Guanfacine. Is my impotence from generalized dysautonomia due to sympathetic failure permanent or reversible?
Help but ...: Smoking has its far-reaching negative effects onto almost all parts of our body. ED is a process of lifelong making resulting from constant accumulation of aging and lifestyle. You would not see an instant help to ED from quitting smoking, but may help to a degree. Still, remember: Low-risk healthy lifestyle without overindulgence & obsession is the foundation of healthcare and ED... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reversible: In most cases, it is reversible, especially if it is associated with a medical problem that can be controlled ( like diabetes ) or emotional reason ( like anxiety ) . Please also note that several medications ( i.e. Some blood pressure meds) can cause it, as a side effect. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I have erectile dysfunction caused by hardened arteries. Is it possible to reverse this? Do my meds prevent recover
Possibly: Control of blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol with diet, medication, and exercise might help to prevent progression of vascular disease throughout the body, including the arteries to the pelvis and penis. Similarly, stopping smoking could help. Besides preventing progression, there may me reversal. Medication of the pde5 inhibitor class (viagra, levitra, (vardenafil) cialis) might help improve ..... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
T he answer is NO: This compound-a super vit. A- to my knowledge has no effect on erection. This is a treatment for acne while any medication can result in a side effect, ii wonder what prompts the person to pose this question?If if ed has resulted, discontiuation should improve the condition in due time. ...Read more
An low sperm count be increased at young age (20).Or it will lead to impotency.I am having erection problems too.Please help .
I have hairloss problems since last 2 years and have confirmed it due to DHT production due to over masturbation.Can the loss done be reversed?
I DOUBT IT: TO MY KNOWLEDGE THERE ARE VERY FEW PRODUCTS THAT MIGHT RESTORE HAIR PARTIALLY AND VERY OFTEN TEMPORARLY ...Read more
Smoking and ED?: No.Get a more detailed answer ›
Does having frequent sex cause men to have permanent hair loss due to am increase of dht and testosterone?
If someone regularly used cocaine by snorting it for 5 years but stopped 15 years ago; is there any lingering heart risks? Is damage permanent?
Probably not: Depends on some details of those 5 yrs. Generally cocaine is not known for long term or delayed health risks although the effects of crack use in young people is pretty scary from a mental health perspective. If there was never a dose large enough to cause a heart attack then lingering heart problem is not likely. However, the risk of a sudden fatal arrhythmia with continued use increases with age ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How likely is it for Levaquin to cause long term/chronic hair loss or permanent damage to my hair follicles? Is med induced hair loss reversible?
Maybe: The medical references suggest using one of the anti-depressants, such as fluoxetine (Prozac) or sertraline (Zoloft) for premature ejaculation. I've had mixed results with patients who have tried these, but it still may be worth a try since these medications are typically well-tolerated. The good side is that they are generic (ie inexpensive). The downside is that you will have to take them daily. ...Read more
Is it true testosterone injections can cause hair loss breast enlargement in men is it reversable if stopped the injections?
Is the impotence from Tenex (Guanfacine) due to nerve damage? If so, will Viagra (sildenafil) even help?
No & maybe: I'm still curious as to why you're taking Tenex (guanfacine) as you list tinnitus but not high blood pressure. Research suggests that while Tenex may cause tinnitus, it may also alleviate it. In any case, I can't find any literature suggesting that guanfacine causes nerve damage, much less erectile dysfunction, altho ED could result from less blood flow. Viagra (sildenafil) et al seems like a reasonable option ...Read more
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