Treating erectile dysfunction due to cholesterol?

Go for it. What affects the blood vessels of the heart also affect the vessels of the big guy. Unfortunately, very little reversal of ed on a long term basis in most trials, but you live in the age of cialis. Congrats!
Cholesterol. Cholesterol can clog the small arteries of the penis as well as your heart arteries. You may need to use meds to increase flow to your penis like viagra, Cialis or levitra (vardenafil).

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It certainly can. A high cholesterol is one of the causes of "atherosclerosis": hardening of the arteries. Atherosclerosis can cause heart attacks, strokes, pain in your calves when you walk, and impotence. If you have atherosclerosis in one part of your body, assume it's everywhere else to some extent. Erectile dysfunction can be a sign of otherwise silent atherosclerosis and is a risk factor for heart disease. Read more...
Yes. Having high choletserol levels is a definite risk for erectile dysfunction. It is also a risk factor for heart diease, heart attacks, etc. For the same reasons; it causes hardening of the arteries and decreased blood flow to those tissues. Read more...

Can high cholesterol lead to erectile dysfunction in men?

ED ; heart. Ed may be an indicator of blood flow/cardiac issues. Your doc and examine you and find out. In that case it may be the symptom rather than the cause. Very high cholesterol may indicate or be related to plaque in blood vessels and also related. There are natural approaches to lowering cholesterol. Ask doc. Peace and good health. Read more...
Possibly. Not as a direct cause but indirect. A more detailed answer can be found at http://www.Healthcentral.Com/cholesterol/c/59/7939/high-sex-life/. Read more...

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Probably unrelated. Hi. It certainly is possible for arteriosclerotic vascular disease to cause ED. However, in a young man, other causes are probably more likely. Endocrine, vascular, and neurologic problems can cause ED. He should see his doctor for an evaluation. Good luck! Read more...