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A Doctor from Bkk hospital adised me  that blood pressure medications induce erectile disfunction problems.

 

Has anyone overcome BP and no longer has to take those chemical casterationBP  meds ??

 

...How did u do it ?

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Talk to your doc about changing your BP meds. Beta blockers (usually the doc's first choice) and diuretics both can cause ED. See if your doc can switch you to an ACE inhibitor, Alpha blocker, calcium channel blocker, or ARB. None of these should affect your Pattaya woody.

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A Doctor from Bkk hospital adised me  that blood pressure medications induce erectile disfunction problems.

 

Has anyone overcome BP and no longer has to take those chemical casterationBP  meds ??

 

...How did u do it ?

And..don't take viagra with BP problems.

Men whose blood pressure isn't under control and those who take alpha-blockers (for high blood pressure or prostate problems) shouldn't take Cialis, Levitra, Staxyn, or Viagra.

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Strange as it may sound...Viagra is a medicine to lower your BP. Only difference is it makes pockets in your dick to reduce your BP which increases blood activity in your dick thus helping an errection.

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A Doctor from Bkk hospital adised me  that blood pressure medications induce erectile disfunction problems.

 

Has anyone overcome BP and no longer has to take those chemical casterationBP  meds ??

 

...How did u do it ?

 

Depends on the type of BP med that you are prescribed.

 

I overcame the blood pressure by quitting the alcohol [completely].  I had regular medical checks because of my previous alcohol consumption level, and my BP went down ridiculously low so I was taken off one of the meds.  BP kept going down so I was eventually taken off all of the meds.

 

Quitting the alcohol also eliminated erectile difficulties.

 

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To get a good figue of your BF you need to check it over days and at numerous times in the day.

 

Just a few readings WILL not mean you need Medication.

 

Simple changes such as weight loss being active and aware of how much you drink eat and smoke can have a good effect on lowering it.

 

Likewise being in a Hot Climate can also lower BP as cells dilate to cool one down.

 

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With me I'm battling genetics, BP runs in the family, been that way for generations, I'm not overweight, don't smoke, only a moderate beer drinker, exercise often and eat wholesome food, yet BP gets high so I take Amplopine 10mg and BP comes down, but the old sausage sure isn't as good as it used to be.

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It depends on what is causing your high blood pressure - being over weight, smoking, having a bad diet, drinking too much, being unfit, being under stress through work or personal problems etc. With each of these the answer is obvious and it's up to you what steps you take to remedy them. If your BP problems are associated with medical problems the only answer to keeping your BP under control might be BP medication.

 

As long as your BP is under control you can still take ED meds but check with your doctor which one might be most suitable and check if there are likely to be any effects caused by mixing your BP meds with ED meds. It is likely that your doctor would at first prescribe a small dosage and you shouldn't be tempted to increase this without discussing it with him/her first. 

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I am diabetic and have been taking one 25mg tablet of Losartin for BP for years, my next trip to Patts, ( no.26 ) 

is for 6 weeks, i am 73 years old and can manage boom boom every day with my GF and the occasional

happy ending in the afternoon at the massage shop.

So i think if you are fairly fit, not too overweight and eat and drink sensibly, you will be fine.

I might add i very rarely need to take Viagra or similar to get the 'old boy ' up....CANT WAIT FOR NEXT TRIP !!!

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I am diabetic and have been taking one 25mg tablet of Losartin for BP for years, my next trip to Patts, ( no.26 ) is for 6 weeks, i am 73 years old and can manage boom boom every day with my GF and the occasionalhappy ending in the afternoon at the massage shop.So i think if you are fairly fit, not too overweight and eat and drink sensibly, you will be fine.I might add i very rarely need to take Viagra or similar to get the 'old boy ' up....CANT WAIT FOR NEXT TRIP !!!

Sir I salute you many a Young BM here I am sure is in envy and unlike you probaly cums too quick and suffers performance issues 55555

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Sir I salute you many a Young BM here I am sure is in envy and unlike you probaly cums too quick and suffers performance issues 55555

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Strange as it may sound...Viagra is a medicine to lower your BP. Only difference is it makes pockets in your dick to reduce your BP which increases blood activity in your dick thus helping an errection.

 

Here , problem solved . Trow away the meds and every morning 1 viagra does the job on 2 sides . Low blood pressure and an assured errection ...

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try cinamon - lowers cholesterol

tumeric - stops inflamation

and the small fat banana's not the lady fingers but the fat ones - lowers blood pressure

 

sounds like tree hugging but believe me it workd

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injectables work with no side effect with your tablets, my old boss 92  still visits AC once a week

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try cinamon - lowers cholesterol

tumeric - stops inflamation

and the small fat banana's not the lady fingers but the fat ones - lowers blood pressure

 

sounds like tree hugging but believe me it workd

Please tell more. How we supposed to take these things? In a drink or some other form, how much to take? How soon to see improvements? I for one interested in knowing more.

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Various research has shown that very high does of fresh raw garlic taken daily helps to lower blood pressure. It is also known to help maintain erections and boost the immune system. But also a well balanced diet, low stress levels, a good nights sleep, not smoking and drinking in moderation will also do wonders.

You have nothing to lose by trying, its natural cheap and healthy.

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I have stopped taking my medicine and follow this program now:

Morning: start with a cocktail of 3 squeezed limes + ginger

As breakfast: Banana and sitrus fruits(any)

Lunch: salad with some fruit and nutsw.

Dinner: Some fruit first(to digest food better and faster) then any helty food and some more nuts.

Later can eat any kind of fruit and berryes(especially blueberry is good), fruit smoothies is good.

Try to be careful with sugar,salt and alcohol.

In few weeks my bloode pressure has dropped 20 points.

The bonus is that you also will loose some kilo.

Exercise every day!

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Good topic; here's what I know -- before a former doctor I had (wrongly) prescribed BP meds for me, there were no issues. After he prescribed the BP meds -- had to work harder to be myself - so to speak.  For sure each person has their own chemistry, but the meds I can say for sure impacted me to  a place where I switched doctors & consequently, got off almost all BP meds were: Micardis (AM), Norvask (AM) & Atenenlol (PM). Staying away from those particular BP meds brought me back to my normal chipper self... Hope that helps -- B<---

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Various research has shown that very high does of fresh raw garlic taken daily helps to lower blood pressure. It is also known to help maintain erections and boost the immune system. But also a well balanced diet, low stress levels, a good nights sleep, not smoking and drinking in moderation will also do wonders.

You have nothing to lose by trying, its natural cheap and healthy.

Yes, true, but "helps to lower BP" is sometimes not good enough. In my case doc checked BP and said it's way too high, got to get it down fast, put me on tablets and a couple weeks later it's down into safe levels. I doubt if garlic would show such rapid results in so short a time. But having said that I do believe that many herbs and plants out there are very useful in treating so many ailments.

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Good topic; here's what I know -- before a former doctor I had (wrongly) prescribed BP meds for me, there were no issues. After he prescribed the BP meds -- had to work harder to be myself - so to speak.  For sure each person has their own chemistry, but the meds I can say for sure impacted me to  a place where I switched doctors & consequently, got off almost all BP meds were: Micardis (AM), Norvask (AM) & Atenenlol (PM). Staying away from those particular BP meds brought me back to my normal chipper self... Hope that helps -- B<---

Yes different meds work different things with different folks. One BP medication a doc gave me in Oz caused leg cramps, I told the doc and he said yes, that's a side effect. In the end I stopped taking that med and tried herbal treatments, but BP rose again regardless. The one I'm on now, prescribed by Thai docs, doesn't case any leg cramps, in fact I feel fine, just totally normal, but there's not much lead in the pencil these days, however I'm in my 60s, so could well be an age thing too.

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Well I had high BP and my doctor advised less alcohol and more exercise - sound advice !

However when i quit my job it returned to normal - my conclusion its your lifestyle - 

I have my own BP monitor and i can assure you the pick me ups do reduce your BP..the problem is when you mix these medicines with large amounts of alcohol. Have fun and take care.

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I'm in my 60s and 2 months ago my cardiologist started me on 20 mg of Lisinopril (an Ace Inhibitor) and have seen no problems whatsoever.

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i stopped drinking alcohol over a year ago ............ since then, i am off my blood pressure medications, my heart pulse rate has dropped back to normal and my sexual libido is like it was when i was 20 years younger (erections much harder and control much better) ........... and that's not to mention all the money i save!

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My mother had high BP and was on medication for years, all the family were really worried about her as her kidney function was beginning drop and it was only a matter of time before something went pop. She was also driven around the bend from the side effects of the pills, her hands and feet were constantly feeling like they were freezing cold, probably a sign of poor circulation too but she always blamed the pills. Well anyways she decided to change her diet and get more active and start taking regular walks and finally get off the medication once and for all. She made up her own little diet and exercise regime, and she was on it about 6 months and went to her GP for a check up and her BP was normal, she hadn't told the doctor that she stopped taking the pills and the doctor was amazed at the results.  I've a feeling that it's genetic, she didn't drink or smoke, and she was at a normal weight, and to be fair the only junk food I ever saw her eat was the odd burger and chips on the weekends or something like that. So I'm guessing it was the exercise that worked for her, and she's been fine since.

 

It's a bit of a coincidence, but I happen to have a good friend who's mother died from high blood pressure. She was a heavy drinker, smoker and she had several warnings but ignored all the advice. I think she had a stroke and fell into a coma on life support and they had to turn it off after a few days. 

“Who are you to judge the life I live? I know I'm not perfect -and I don't live to be- but before you start pointing fingers... make sure you hands are clean!”. Bob Marley.


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