Drugs For Impotence (impotence) And Uncontrolled Hypertension?
Ass, Dr. I am a 45 year old man, I want to ask for a drug for weakness, actually I also suffer from hypertension and cholesterol. Recently my penis is often hard to erect and if the erection does not last long, sometimes not until the orgasm has weakened again. I beg you what the medicine is.
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A man's difficulty starting and / or maintaining an erection can be classified as impotence. This condition is more prone to occur in older men (over 60 years), although it does not rule out that it also occurs in people who are younger.
Uncontrolled hypertension, atherosclerosis (plaque in blood vessels), and hypercholesterolemia (high blood cholesterol) is one of the triggers for impotence. In addition, some other possible triggers for impotence are:
Hormonal disorders, for example due to diabetes, pituitary gland disorders, thyroid gland disorders, heart problems Side effects of drugs, for example anti-hypertensive drugs, heart medications, sedatives, stimulants, chemotherapy Unhealthy lifestyle, such as stress, excessive anxiety, alcohol consumption, smoking , rarely exercise Nervous disorders, for example due to stroke, Parkinson's disease, spinal injuries Injuries around the genitals, for example due to collisions or excessive cycling Chronic fatigue, etc. If you experience this condition, you should consult directly with an andrology specialist. Looking at the history of the disease you are suffering from, your doctor may also recommend that you undergo blood tests, heart records, or a series of other further tests, such as ultrasound, urine tests, and so on to detect other possible triggers. Furthermore, treatment can be done in several ways, ranging from administering drugs, injecting the hormone testosterone, surgery, and so on.
In the meantime, you should pay more attention to your lifestyle. Exercise regularly and eat more foods rich in antioxidants to reduce the potential for poor blood flow to the penis. In addition, always control your hypertension and cholesterol levels regularly to the doctor. Avoid excessive psychological pressure, sleep regularly, and stay away from cigarettes, alcohol, and illegal drugs.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah