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Is Vascular Ed Reversible
Not much: It is possible to develop or create new circulation, such as unblocking carotid artery, and brains have ways of developing new pathways to compensate, but for the most part we only slow down dementia, not reverse it. Hopefully one day there will be better treatments. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Possibly: Depending on the level, location, severity of the vascular lesions or cerebral insults, there is a possibility that some sxs will be reversed somewhat or improved; the brain can compensate at times for vascular insults; however, the key element is treating the underlying diseases such as hypertension and weight and removing high risk behaviors such as smoking. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not really: Peripheral vascular disease is not necessarily reversible, but its risk can be successfully managed. The pillars of treatment are, 1) smoking cessation, 2) anti- platelet therapy (aspirin/ plavix), and 3) statin therapy to lower cholesterol. There have been anecdotal reports of plaque reversal but this does not happen for everybody. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Never woken with erection. ED start age 25, now 38. All hormone checked, all norm, DHT is a little high. how to R/O generalized vascular disease?
Here are some ...: Have you been able to erect for coitus whenever you want at the frequency of 2 times weekly? If yes, you're okay, don't worry, and stop comparing with other men. You're functionally unique. Poor circulation is indeed an important factor causing ED, which however is always caused by multiple factors. If so, such men may have poor ability to exercise and fast walk. So, consult Urologist for specific ...Read more
Gradually increasing # of blue/purple veins on penile shaft over last few years. No ED but slight ache now during/after sex. Any vascular concerns?
Increased blood flow: Refers to increased blood flow to an area due; typically due to an increased number of blood vessels supplying the area in question or an increase in the degree of blood flow that is being "routed" to that area of the body. Common reasons for increased vascularity can be the body trying to heal an area of injury or a need to increased metabolism for that area. Pathology such as tumors also cause ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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