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How to handle erectile dysfunction in diabetic, hypertensive men

The inability to maintain an erection long enough to engage in sexual activity is referred to as erectile dysfunction. It is important to note that some people's erectile dysfunction yardsticks vary, so please bear this in mind.

In other words, just because a male can't remain as long as a woman desires doesn't necessarily mean the man has erectile dysfunction.

Erectile dysfunction occurs when an orgasm is reached and the ejaculation is performed.

Premature ejaculation, on the other hand, is a condition that affects some men, but that's a discussion for another day.

Which of these is it?

A guy has erectile dysfunction when...

In order to categorize them:

One's inability to do sexual acts.

Inability to obtain an erection on a consistent basis.

Inability to sustain an erection, but one that can be obtained.

A guy is said to be unable to get an erection hard enough to penetrate his partner during sex if this condition exists in him.

Let's clear up a misunderstanding right now.

Infertility does not automatically follow from the presence of an extended erection in males.

The quality of a man's sperm determines his fertility.

Even without a long-lasting erection, some guys are able to ejaculate and become fathers without any issues. Erectile dysfunction, on the other hand, is required since it relieves the woman's stress and improves her well-being by stimulating her sexual hormones.

What, therefore, is the root cause of impotence?

The state of your Cardiovasular system can be inferred from the condition of your penis.

Let me now elaborate on what I just said.

To have erectile dysfunction when your heart is weak, especially for men with health issues like diabetes or hypertension, is almost likely

For you to be erect, your heart must be pumping enough blood to your penis in order for you to do so.

Your erection is affected when your blood vessels become blocked with debris that restricts blood flow. You'll need to take blood-cleansing medication more frequently.

It's important to know that if you have high blood pressure and are taking medication to lower it or treat it, your erectile system will be adversely affected.

That's why it's common to see men struggle to get or keep an erection after beginning treatment for anything from a minor health condition like an ulcer to a major one like diabetes.

The supplements that give you a strong erection, either to correct erectile dysfunction or to get an erection on demand, should be taken 3-4 hours apart from the drugs you use to treat your health issues while you treat your heart condition in hypertensive men.

If a hypertension medication is used at the same time as an erection dysfunction medication, no improvement in erection will be seen.

I'll say it again: Please spread out your use of these medications and consider switching to herbal supplements if you're having trouble getting a good erection. Treatment for immediate erections or a long-term correction, which requires a consistent use of the specific supplement for at least two to three months, is available.


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