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If you have high blood pressure, you may be at risk for erectile dysfunction. Learn how to fix this problem and enjoy a healthy sex life.

How to fix Erectile Dysfunction if you have High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure can cause erectile dysfunction (ED). That’s because it can damage the arteries that supply blood to the penis. High blood pressure can also interfere with ejaculation and reduce sexual desire. However, high blood pressure treatment, including medications and lifestyle changes, can often improve erectile function. If you have high blood pressure and experience ED, work with your doctor to find the cause and develop a treatment plan.

High blood pressure can damage the arteries that supply blood to the penis. This can lead to ED.

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. It can be a total inability to achieve an erection, an inconsistent ability to do so, or a tendency to sustain only brief erections.

High blood pressure can reduce blood flow to the penis, making it difficult to achieve and maintain an erection.

High blood pressure can also interfere with ejaculation and reduce sexual desire. However, high blood pressure treatment, including medications and lifestyle changes, can often improve erectile function. If you have high blood pressure and experience ED, work with your doctor to find the cause and develop a treatment plan.

What causes erectile dysfunction?

Many things can affect blood flow to the penis, making it difficult to achieve or maintain an erection. These include:

  • hardening of the arteries
  • high cholesterol
  • high blood pressure
  • obesity
  • smoking
  • metabolic syndrome
  • sleep disorders

Erectile dysfunction can also be a side effect of some medications, such as:

  • blood pressure medications
  • antidepressants
  • anti-anxiety medications
  • Parkinson’s disease medications
  • cancer treatments
  • muscle relaxants
  • hormone treatments for prostate cancer

What are the symptoms of erectile dysfunction?

The main symptom of ED is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. Other symptoms may include:

  • reduced sexual desire
  • trouble getting an erection
  • trouble keeping an erection
  • inability to reach orgasm
  • premature ejaculation
  • anxiety about sexual performance

How is erectile dysfunction diagnosed?

To diagnose ED, your doctor will ask about your symptoms and medical history. They may also:

  • order blood tests to check for underlying health conditions
  • order an ultrasound to check for blockages in your arteries
  • order a psychological evaluation to check for anxiety, depression, or other psychological issues

How is erectile dysfunction treated?

Treatment for ED will depend on the underlying cause. In some cases, treating the underlying condition may resolve the problem. In other cases

In this video, Stephanie Wolff and Kelvin Walker from The Novus Center explain the different ways to fix erectile dysfunction if you have High Blood Pressure.

You can find an overview of how High Blood Pressure can cause erectile dysfunction and also the existing treatments to overcome erectile dysfunction if you have High Blood Pressure.

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Chapters:

00:00 Overview

00:19 How does diabetes cause erectile dysfunction

01:00 How to treat erectile dysfunction if you have High Blood Pressure

01:06 Viagra (The Blue Pill)

02:55 Trimix Injections

03:30 Surgery

04:11 Shockwave Therapy

04:50 Hormone Balancing

06:39 The P-Shot

07:18 Which treatment is best for you?

08:02 The minim protocol

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