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Doctor insights on: Is There Another Option For Blood Flow To The Penis Besides Meds Or Pumps

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I have low blood flow to the penis. What should I do for this problem?

I have low blood flow to the penis. What should I do for this problem?

Decreased blood flow: To any body part is usually related to hypertension, diabetes, high lipids, smoking. Treating the cause would help. Ask your dr if it's ok for u to take meds like viagra, Levitra (vardenafil) or cialis. Hope u feel better. ...Read more

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Would a varicocelectomy have any affect on the blood flow to the penis?

Would a varicocelectomy have any affect on the blood flow to the penis?

No: The blood supply to the penis and the venous drainage of the testicle (varicocele) are different. There is no way surgery for a varicocele should be anywhere near the penile blood supply. ...Read more

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What vitamins help blood flow to the penis? Im only 25 and my penis has shrunk 1 inch.

What vitamins help blood flow to the penis? Im only 25 and my penis has shrunk 1 inch.

Let's find out: A young man's maximum flaccid length is unlikely to actually change, but many variables affect the quality of erection. If this is flagging even when things are very exciting, a physician can check you over for a host of illnesses (pituitary adenoma needs to be considered among many others). Forget about the vitamins. ...Read more

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Is their supplements or nutrients to increase testosterone or blood flow to the penis?

Is their supplements or nutrients to increase testosterone or blood flow to the penis?

Probably not....: Testosterone snd estrogen ultimately come from cholesterol and you shouldn't be eating too much fat. EtOH can accelerate androgen metabolism increase SHBG, and reduce your "free" testosterone. Best if you exercise regularly (daily) and diet appropriately, ...Read more

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Tips on how to get maximum blood flow to the penis?

Tips on how to get maximum blood flow to the penis?

Heath: Stay healthy, eat right, lose weight and exercise. Don't do alcohol/tobacco. Avoid anabolics, supplements, etc. Exercise will increase blood flow to all parts of your body. An erection will increase blood flow to the penis, but only for a short time. Remember the viagra (sildenafil) ad: contact your doctor for an erection that lasts more than 4 hours. ...Read more

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Could excersising or working out increase blood flow to the penis?

Could excersising or working out increase blood flow to the penis?

Depends: It depends upon whether you're exercising your penis or another part of your body. Actually, exercise can increase blood flow throughout your body, and is good for you. By the way, penile push ups are much better than crunches. ...Read more

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I take l-argenine for improved blood flow to the penis and it works! It aggravates my mild asthma some, but I tolerate it. Is it ok to keep taking?

I take l-argenine for improved blood flow to the penis and it works!  It aggravates my mild asthma some, but I tolerate it.  Is it ok to keep taking?

Not a good idea: Endogenous nitric oxide (NO) is involved in the pathogenesis of asthma and can lead to inflammation and contraction of the airways. NO is actually produced by the metabolism of L-arginine. So if you are supplementing with this substance, you could in theory increase the NO in your body leading to worsening asthma symptoms. http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/arginine/safety/hrb-20058733 ...Read more

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How do erectile dysfunction medicines direct blood flow to the penis?

How do erectile dysfunction medicines direct blood flow to the penis?

They don't: They prevent the opening of blood vessels that drain blood out of the penis, allowing it to become and remain erect. ...Read more