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Vitamins Minerals For Erectile Dysfunction
No: And those two issues should both be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
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
Doesn't matter: Because they're all worthless and don't work. Only thing they can do is waste your money or be toxic to your health. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
I dought it!: There should be nothing's in a vitamin that would cause the problem. ...Read more
Endothelial damage: Endothelial damage to blood vessels usally has multiple causes. Research indicates that the damage occurs when endothelial cells are in an "inflammatory" state, yet this state is not due to vitamin or anti-oxidant deficiencies alone. Other metabolic factors such as LDL levels and LDL subtypes, diabetes, mechanical sheer stress from elevated blood pressure and genetic factors all play a role. ...Read more
Are there consequences to combining a multi-vitamin, biotin (diet supplement), and pravastatin sodium?
Combo: It isn't likely you would have ill effects from that drug trio. ...Read more
Usually not: More concerning is ed in a 23 yo man. Ed is more common in older men with medical conditions such as diabetes, vascular diseases, high blood pressure, etc, so when young 23 yo men complain of ed they should be examined and tested to rule out these conditions. Bottom line - see your doctor. ...Read more
Does BCAA(branched chain amino acids) and whey protein causes erectile dysfunction or impotency???
Here are some ...: These nutritional supplements have been unknown to cause impotency / ED. For most people, there is no practical need for their use; however, they has been touted for muscle building which incites some men to get on their use. So, if their use sooths someone mentally and one has money to spare, use them judiciously without overindulgence, and seek pro-counseling as needed. ...Read more
It can alleviate: But not solve the problem. I'm surprised u have ed at a young age. Ask your dr if u have low testosterone or any autoimmune condition contributing to your condition.I wonder if you're taking recreational drugs.Take care! http://www.Webmd.Com/erectile-dysfunction/ http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/erectile-dysfunction-herbs/mc00064. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No way to tell : Unfortunately, dietary supplements are regulated as foods (as opposed to drugs). As such, they are not required to undergo the same testing (or prove their claims to be true). Also, since no third party testing of their product is required - the ingredients listed don't even have to match what is in the bottle. Wish I had a better answer ... Good luck! ...Read more
Is b complex vitamin good for cancer patient ? And does surbex xt medicine contain b complex vitamin?
Unknown &controversy: There is not enough science to answer this definitively. I think yes. One of the best studies was done by abam hoffer md who showed dramatic increases in survival in cancer patients who took high doses of b complex, beta carotene, e, c, selenium & zinc. See http://cancertherapies.Org/bkinfo.Htm no one has studied b vits alone. Surbex xt has four b vitamins but not the full b complex. ...Read more
Can dietary change (overjuicing veggies + supplements) - affect body regulation and cause erectile dysfunction?
No: I'm not sure what "overjuicing veggies" would mean;i'm not sure one can "overjuice" veggies though i guess too much of anything might be harmful. I know of no vitamins or minerals known to cause erectile dysfunction in excess (vitamin toxicity is rare- you have to take huge amounts of a, d, e or b6 for a long time).I imagine some herbs could cause erectile dysfunction, as many meds can.See comment:. ...Read more
No: Levothyroxine is used for thyroid dysfunction, and the evidence suggests it is *not* effective for erectile dysfunction (ED). Methods more in line with treating ED are: Viagra, Cialis, Stendra, Levitra, (vardenafil) and their generics, all of which are prescription-only medicines. If you’re interested in any of these, it might be worth contacting your health care provider to determine your suitability to take ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
ALZHEIMER MODEL: Not fully clear if vitamins do improve memory in anyone, but there is evidence to suggest that Vitamin D-3 supplementation can help many neurological issues, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Some prior studies on mild cognitive impairment suggested potential value for biologically active B-6, B-12, but this might best apply to those who have elevations of homocysteine. Hope this helps. ...Read more
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