Medication And Erectile Dysfunction – Treatments That Destroy Erections
Currently I am taking 20 milligams of Lisinopril which is an ace inhibitor. I have tried all the supplements you talk about till I have been blue in the face.
I tried this survey with innerthrive that had tribulus and horny goat weed and many other things including estrogen blockers. I had so much energy after 3 days you would not believe. But then after that my prostate begin to swell and I could hardly go to the bathroom. I had to quit that.
I did a TEST and my free testosterone was only 9 and my total testosterone was only 195. The doctor wanted me to do injections but I had to sign where I would have to be responsibe for side effects.
I exercise 3 to 4 days a week and play basketball one or 2. My wife wants me to exercise in bed like a play basketball. I want to also but I can not get a good erection. Please tell me where to go.
I don’t want to keep taking all these supplements including arginine and nothing works. Last year I was taking 3 blood presure meds, incuding Toporyl a beta blocker and a diuretic.
My doctor is not concerned about my 40-50 pulse rate but I was told I need to be concerned. My blood pressure has went from 170 over 98 to130 over 75. Please give me advise I just don’t want to waste any more money.
My diet now is good. I weigh about 215 and I am 6feet 5inches tall. Before I used to eat a lot of hamburgers and french fries but my diet has been good for three years.
I eat salmon at least twice a week and a lot of walnuts and almonds for vitamin E. I also take hawthorn and grape seed which helps with my blood pressure and my eyesight I went from 375 in both eyes to 250.
But my testosterone is still very low and my cholesterol now is 165 total,so I know there is no restriction going to my penis. I bought a pump that was in AARP and it pumps up good but then it goes down. Viagra does work pretty good but my heart races when I take it.
I want to know is there any hope with a good erection as long as I am taking 20 milligrams of Lisinopril?
It sounds this way like there is no hope. The other thing is what should be the blood pressure of a man my age?
Is it a myth of 120 over 80? Or should it be 100 plus your age at the top number? Is there a detox program for my liver that will help me get rid of estrogen?
Here is my take on this.
Don’t waste any more money on too many expensive supplements. They are useless as long as you’re taking meds. Take vitamins by all means for general health purposes.
The reason for your ED is your meds as far as I’m concerned as it is for about 1 in 3 men I hear from.
Now, I’m not your doctor and I’m not here to tell you whether you need meds or not, but my first word of advice would be to do everything you can to not need them.
You’ve already managed to reduce your blood pressure from hypertension to almost healthy levels. How did you do that?
People who are healthy, eat well and get regular exercise never need meds and never have high blood pressure or cholesterol.
- I want to know is there any hope with a good erection as long as I am taking 20 milligrams of Lisinopril?
I cannot give medical advice but I’d say there is little chance. That is just my opinion.
- Is it a myth of 120 over 80? Or should it be 100 plus your age at the top number?
I understand that 120 over 80 is optimal whatever age you are.
- Is there a detox program for my liver that will help me get rid of estrogen?
Read this article
My program does not involve the use of a pump! I absolutely don’t recommend that. I hear a penis ring (ball zinger) is great according to reliable sources but have never personally tried it.
Many Men Who Have ED Are Taking Medication
A large number of men who I’m in contact with are experiencing erectile dysfunction and very low desire as a direct side effect of taking medical treatments for blood pressure, high cholesterol, hair loss, heart conditions and depression.
The message here is: concentrate first on not having to take medication rather than taking products to boost your erections.
This does not mean that you should stop all of your treatments from one day to the next. It does mean that you should take responsibility for your condition and do everything to not need treatments.
Remember that there are plenty of healthy men out there who will never need drugs to lower cholesterol, reduce blood pressure and keep their heart in shape.
Following the steps below via the links can help you get your erections back by hopefully not needing to take meds in the first place or getting your doctor’s approval to stop them:
2. A healthy diet – no exceptions
3. Detoxing to improve absorption (the liver takes a battering from medication)
Have a question? If so, just contact me.