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Smoking Impotence Reversible
Help, but not alone: What we're is what we've been ; makes what we will be, thus surely conforming: life is a one-way street of accumulation, modification, ; continuation from inception to eternity. Despite enlisting its mental ; physical causes, both are inseparable. In care for ed, we just identify potentially modifiable factors so to forge self-healing toward optimal functional recovery with own residual strength. ...Read more
Yes: Just as smoking can lead to coronary heart disease- it can affect peripheral arteries- legs, brain and penis. Causing hardening of the arteries and spasm of the vessels of the penis - therefore affecting the ability to attain and maintain an erection. High blood pressure and diabetes may also affect erectile function. ...Read more
Smoking and ED?: No.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possible factor: Cigarettes are linked to atherosclerosis which can be a factor in ED - however a person would not develop this after smoking until after a relatively long period of time (10-20+ years of heavy smoking).Diabetes is probably more of a cause because it affects small blood vessels. I think most ED is psychological in young and middle aged men (ages 20- 50+) however, low testosterone is another factor. ...Read more
Should be: Depends if this occurred only after began taking this medication. ...Read more
Hi. Iam 23 years old male. Single. Masturbating daily for six years. Now I lost morning erection. Is tgis indicates that im impotence? And is it reversible
I have impotence after taking 2mg Tenex/Guanfacine. Is my impotence from generalized dysautonomia due to sympathetic failure permanent or reversible?
I stopped taking Guanfacine 3 days ago. Is my Autonomic dysfunction (dysautonomia) including impotence reversable and if yes then how? I am suffering with many of the side effects associated with Guaunfacine in addition to my many dysautonomia symptoms.
If related to: Anti hypertensive medication, the D might be reversible if discontinued and placed on a CCB or ACE inhibitor medication; however, you must understand that elevated BP itself can cause ED. ...Read more
Erectile dysfunction (ed) due to alcoholism is the result of alcohol-induced nerve damage. Alcohol is a total-body poison that especially affects the GI tract and nervous system. Most alcoholics smoke, which damages your arteries, which can also cause ed. Ed due to smoking warns you're at risk for a heart attack.
Often, alcoholic nerve damage improves with prolonged abstinence: weeks to months. ...Read more
Same thing: Erectile dysfunction is medical term for impotence which is defined as inability to attain & sustain an erection adequate for penetration leading to distress. So if it doesn't bother you, it's not ed. But let's also be realistic in that our refractory period (time between having an orgasm and attaining another erection) increases w/age, so don't claim ed if you can't have sex 5x/d @ 99yo like 18yo. ...Read more
Get a workup: At your age, if you're not getting super-hard with your favorite pictures / ideas / videos / partner (s), you need a proper medical workup, including checks for hemochromatosis and prolactinoma. You're also fairly new to romance, and learning how your body responds in different situations -- if there's no organic basis, this will solve itself as you gain skill ; experience with the right person. ...Read more
ED happens to every1: Every guy is going to have a bout or two or more of ed during his lifetime. Keep that in mind the first time it happens, laugh it off & realize that there are other forms of sexual activity. With that in mind, ask yourself if you are healthy or were just diagnosed w/medical condition or given medications. Or did you smoke or drink or take illicit drugs prior to your attempt. Perhaps extra stress? ...Read more
It Doesn't: There is no evidence that viewing pornography online will lead to impotence. However, if your significant other is devoting time to online pornography rather than directing his/her attention to you this may indicate a lack of intimacy in your relationship, which could lead to impotence and sexual dysfunction. Consider discussing this with your primary doctor or seeing a relationship counselor. ...Read more