There is definitely a connection between common medical health conditions and the state of your erection. Diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol can narrow blood vessels, and contribute to reduced blood flow, which is critical to healthy erectile function. Changes in your erection can a sign of erectile dysfunction.
The inability to achieve and maintain a erection long enough to complete having sex is known as erectile dysfunction, or ED. Most men experience these conditions occasionally, which can be cause by other condition such as stress, obesity, lack of exercise, lack of sleep and depression. But if they occur frequently, you should talk to your doctor immediately.
Difficulty getting and maintaining an erection can be embarrassing, and not really a topic of conversation especially if you are the victim. But knowing that the problem can be fixed, is good reason for dialog.
Your doctor would diagnosed and treat the underlying diseases. This could take some time to accomplish, and as in the case of diabetes and high blood pressure, you may have to take daily medication for many years. But you won’t have to wait another day to have great sex again.
There is an erectile dysfunction medication that works harmoniously with your other daily medications. Ask your doctor about Levitra. This product works for most men with diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol, including those taking more than one type of medication. If you are taking nitrate drugs, don’t take this medication.
The above information is for educational purposes only, and not intended to diagnose or to treat diseases. Only your doctor is allowed to diagnose and treat diseases.