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Fourthly, vascular disease. When the arteries feeding the penis are obstructed to reduce its blood supply, the best efforts will not produce an erection. Plaques in the arteries to the penis are the price to pay for a lifetime of eating fat-rich diet, of untreated high blood pressure, of smoking, and of poorly controlled diabetes. Those factors are more significant than the testosterone level.
Fifthly, nerve disorders, diabetes and other causes. The nervous system has to be intact for successful erections, almost 50 percent of diabetic males have erectile dysfunction. Other illnesses are also associated with impotence: ED Eliminator Review multiple sclerosis, strokes, kidney disease, alcoholism, smoking… The good side is that impotence is no longer permanent.
Many treatment options are now available. The treatment of impotence depends on its cause. If the testosterone level is low , hormonal supplements may solve the problem. Quitting smoking and cutting out the booze may help. Millions of Viagra pills are being sold with a success rate between 60 and 70 percent.
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