The erection and matters of the male heart

Posted by James, 24 Jun 09

Men who have trouble getting up could be having issues of heart. Not the mushy kind of issues … the physical stuff. (I know I almost got you ladies.)

Back to the scientific stuff, not being able to get an erection could mean physical trouble for a man’s heart. It could be a sign of diabetes, heart problems or metabolic syndrome.

According to Gary Wittert endocrinologist and Professor of Medicine at the University of Adelaide, blood vessels in the penis are similar to those in the heart. So if a man is having trouble with blood flow to the penis, then chances are blood is having a hard time flowing to the heart too and in most cases it means he may have subclinical coronary artery disease.

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After a study conducted by Dr. Ian Thompson of the Texas Health Science Center, in 2005 on 19,000 men, he concluded that the men who had trouble making 'Mr. Happy' happy, were just as likely to have a heart attack or stroke as smokers. Plus he thinks blaming all erectile dysfunction on age is nonsense. "What I truly believe is it's not just age. It is not inevitable that you lose your erections with age. You're starting to see with obesity a very high prevalence of erectile dysfunction in younger men and it's a warning sign."

Fellas, if you notice the man downstairs slacking a lil bit, have yourself examined or hop on the the treadmill and burn some fat. I may have disappointed the ladies but I think this is a fair attempt in trying to explain matters of a man’s heart. ;-)

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  1.   Member says:
    Posted: 22 Jul 10

    Ok, i dont have ED or nothing like that but sometimes when you meet a new partner you may get a bit anxious. This combination with liquor can set up disaster. I'll tell you, the Dr Max Powers HGH Spray is no joke. this stuff is a serious confidence booster. I took 2 sprays with warm water on an empty stomach around 10 pm. An hour later i felt really sexual. Like aroused n in the mood. The last thing i was thinking about was if i was going to be hard or not. if i was going to do a good job , if i was big enough....... NOTHING.....I just plain out felt really turned on. As my partner and i began foreplay, i was erect in a matter that i had never had. It was like if all the blood was rushing in there..... The experience was great and we were both extremely satisfied. I had 3 drinks and the pills were still effective. I understand everyone wont have the same effects. An honest review , this product works. Give it a try it may work for u... though from my experience , i dont know why it shouldn't. i dont write reviews , but i feel that people who need some help can use this as guidelines.... Oh yea the only side effects was i had a stuffy nose and very thirsty ....

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  2.   friendly13 says:
    Posted: 28 Jun 10

    I think that men should first tell their partner how they feel about the condition instead of just pushing us away and acting all macho about it. I had an experience with this. He didn't want to cuddle, kiss, hold hands, and definitely not talk. I think that intamacy should embrace more than an erection. Yes, it is nice when he has one...but if something is wrong, I think it is best to keep the intimate part of the relationship alive until the problem is resolved. Findout if it is the medication, a health condition, or just plain being out of condition. Then solve the problem. Sometimes the solution maybe finding a new way to be intimate with each other. I don't think that viagra is the answer, however, if he wants to take some I will not object or complain.lol

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  3.   FurryJeans says:
    Posted: 15 May 10

    In my particular case it was decreasing testosterone levels as I aged. Some weekly maintenance and the fun is back.

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  4.   Member says:
    Posted: 30 Oct 09

    For all of those who think Male performance Products are just for older guys, please read. Unfortunately there are prescription drugs out there that say "may cause sexual side effects." I took one of these prescrption drugs and now that has ruined my ability to do the deed without assistance. It sucks that this happens, but not being able to get it up is not the fault of the person nor does it make them less of a man. Many times its because of physiological problems or medical reasons. I started taking the Dr Max Powers HGH Spray and it had allowed me to carry on a somewhat normal sexual life. It seems to be a very natural way to boost male sex drive and erections without harmful side effects. My point is people: Go the more natural alternative way like the Dr Max HGH Spray. I sure wish I found it sooner that the prescription stuff I took. I highly recommend it. Thank you

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  5.   freddone says:
    Posted: 29 Oct 09

    wow menelik, you sound like a charmer.

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  6.   Malarki5 says:
    Posted: 19 Oct 09

    @ Violet sista, how on earth could a fellow not get an erection with a babe like you? Now you answer me that!!!!! Menelik Charles London England

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  7.   Violetq says:
    Posted: 18 Oct 09

    wow, never knew this, but no guy i been with had a problem like that...

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  8. Posted: 24 Aug 09

    glad to see you are "on top" of things (pun intended), fkoi.... Peace

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  9.   fkoi says:
    Posted: 24 Aug 09

    I say, "Take your time, fellas." I have always found that attending to my partner's desires never fails to prepare me to have her satisfy mine. That said, getting a physical is an important annual ritual. I should call my doc now. I'm due for mine.

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  10.   fire321 says:
    Posted: 28 Jul 09

    @Malarki5 thanks but the "attraction" factor was not the problem. I don't know if it was age related (he's 12 years older) or health issues but being married to someone that can't take care of your sexual needs sucks...big time. we are now divorced and it's not my problem anymore...hehe

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  11.   Malarki5 says:
    Posted: 27 Jul 09

    @Fire, with respect, sista, I cannot imagine a man having erection problems with you as his squeeze! Menelik Charles London England

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  12.   fire321 says:
    Posted: 27 Jul 09

    I know this can be frustrating for men and the women in their lives but as stated, a man should have himself checked to make sure it isn't health related, first.

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  13. Posted: 29 Jun 09

    Wow....I just ran across this topic....and this is scary as all hail. Yes, Menelik is correct....if it affects men, it affects women (AND vice versa). This is not a laughing matter or anything that should be taken lightly..... .....yet give it time, Mr. Charles...the topic only just started on the 24th.... more people should respond as they run across it as I did. The article was beyond eye-opening...but it is a sensitive subject so men might be slow to "shout out" on this issue. Peace and Blessings tatted2death

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  14.   malarki5 says:
    Posted: 29 Jun 09

    @ Ichibod, the lack of response - be it by way of openess, advice, or empathy from both men and women, is truly deafening! This is a human matter which, if it effects men will effect women too! Menelik Charles London England

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  15.   Ichibod says:
    Posted: 26 Jun 09

    They say Lycopene is good for the heart as well as the prostate. Oh, I've been checking on this. I am a man and these matters are of great concern to me. On the topic, "Why are more men turning down sex lately?", the men on there made some true statements, only one person mentioned health as a reason which sadly a lot of men don't consider until it's too late. However, the plain "I just can't get it up for some reason" we all can relate to. If it ain't health related, then it's just flat out embarrassing.

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  16.   malarki5 says:
    Posted: 26 Jun 09

    Lol I'd love to know how many men respond to this post! Shame really because we all suffer from 'Brewer's Droop' for one reason or another, and it can be pretty damned alarming I can tell ya! Open up guys! Menelik Charles London England

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