Does smoking really cause Erectile Dysfunction?

Tue 19 Feb, 2019 03:51 am
Can smoking be the cause of erectile dysfunction?
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Tue 19 Feb, 2019 08:20 am
@Jennifer Malone,
Don't see any reason why it wouldn't, seeing as smoking screws up blood flow and that's exactly how a guy gets an erection.
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Mon 25 Feb, 2019 04:50 pm
@Jennifer Malone,
It can be a (single) cause but not the only cause. Anything that affects blood blood circulation (such as vascular injury or disease) can also be a cause. Also hormonal imbalances can be a cause. A medical expert should advise and diagnose the problem.
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Mon 25 Feb, 2019 06:43 pm
@Jennifer Malone,
It can be a factor.
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Wed 10 Apr, 2019 12:31 am
@Jennifer Malone,
Smoking, alcohol abuse, and obesity can impair blood circulation and lead to erectile dysfunction
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Fri 3 May, 2019 01:30 am
Hello, everyone.
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The link between semipermanent smoking and arousal disorders (erectile pathology or lubrication problems) is well-known and has been incontestable. though sexual health issues could also be caused by several things, smoking will and may be seen as a risk think about itself, particularly once associate arousal downside suddenly develops. Smoking effectively poses a widely known risk to vessel health. only if circulation issues are the most physical reason for impotence, it's clear that vasoconstrictor and tobacco can have a really negative impact on the sexual health of a smoker because of their harmful effects on blood offer. The correlation between erectile issues and vessel sicknesses, in addition, because the constriction of the renal arteries, underpins the thought of the “sentinel symptom”, only if impotency are often associate early warning call of broader vessel sicknesses. impotency will so seem many years before the primary internal organ symptoms. The harmful result that smoking exerts on the full network of veins appears to rely on the dose and on however long the person has smoke-cured. Some studies describe a rise in erection issues as high as fortieth among regular smokers.

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