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    Blood pressure question

    I wasn't really sure where to post this question, but since this thread is about blood tests I figured I would post it here.

    My question is, I have had good to excellent blood pressure my whole life. Does that mean my erection quality problem is not related to blood flow, vein leakage, etc? This is just something i have been wondering for a while now

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    How is your ED when you use Viagra or Cialis?
    I am not a medical practitioner. Any suggestions I provide are not medical recommendations and are just my opinions. Please consult with your physician on any matters concerning your health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    How is your ED when you use Viagra or Cialis?
    Viagra and Cialis work good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lmholmes11 View Post
    Viagra and Cialis work good
    The nervous system in the erectile tissue of your penis releases nitric oxide (NO). The nitric oxide stimulates an enzyme that produces a 'messenger' called cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP). The cGMP relaxes the smooth muscle cells.
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    I am not a medical practitioner. Any suggestions I provide are not medical recommendations and are just my opinions. Please consult with your physician on any matters concerning your health.

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    To add with Vince I will say that elevated or high(er) BP can contribute to ED in the blood vessels are constricted, limiting blood flow. Most any BP medication acts through some mechanism as a dialator...meaning the vessels expand, blood flows more easily, pressure goes down...easier to achieve an erection with your blood vessels aren't constricted. Assuming everything else is within norms. Like the NO that Vince referred too.

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    I finally quit chewing tobacco about a month ago which is good. I chewed ever since i got out of the military, so about 6 years in total. Would that be enough to constrict blood vessels enough for ED? Im just wondering how long it would take after no nicotine for my blood vessels to go back to normal?

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    Any nicotine users (or ex users) have any insight?

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