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Posted by: ed | 2010/09/28

ed

Hi Doc
I have a erection problem(27 yr old male, very fit), i went to the doc a few months about it and they discovered i have high blood pressure, and i had some blood work done. Is this true, can high blood pressure cause it and is there anything i can get over the counter to improve because its still not 100% ? Dont really wanna go back to the doc,rather imbarrasing topic which is causing problems in my relationship.

Very worried

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Hallo ed
High blood pressure can cause erection problems (as well as some of the medication used for it) It is a common problem and you need not be embarassed. Maybe it will be easier for you to see an urologist for this.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: GoodFella | 2010/09/28

Drink 4 glasses of water, just before you go to bed. Surprise your partner first thing in the morning...

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2010/09/28

Hallo ed
High blood pressure can cause erection problems (as well as some of the medication used for it) It is a common problem and you need not be embarassed. Maybe it will be easier for you to see an urologist for this.
Dr Bets

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