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Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

What is Erectile Dysfunction
(ED) or Impotence?

The inability to achieve penile erection or to maintain an erection until ejaculation.


Some Causes of Impotence: (in alphabetical order)

Aging, Alcoholism, Chronic Renal insufficiency, Diabetes,
Drug related, Hormonal imbalances, Multiple Sclerosis, Neurological
causes (spinal cord, brain or nervous system injury), Parkinson’s
disease, Pelvic area surgery or damage (colon, urethral, rectum,
penis, prostate or bladder), Psychological causes (depression,
trauma, worry, guilt, stress or anger), Stroke, Temporal Lobe abnormalities,
Vascular disease, Venous leak.


Prescription drugs that may cause Impotence:
»Beta Blockers – prescribed for heart
and hypertension.
»Calcium Channel Blockers – new treatments for hypertension.
»Cimetidine – medication for ulcers.
»Digoxin – heart failure drug.
»Diuretics – prescribed to men with heart
and hypertension.
»Drugs to lower Cholesterol.
»Methyldopa – treatment for blood
– prescribed for men with enlarged prostates.
»Prostate Cancer Drugs – Estrogen’s, Lupron, Antiandrogens (flutamide)
»Seizure Medications.


Most Popular Impotence Medications:
»Viagra – Used to treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED) & Impotence.


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