Hi I am searching for help for my husband who out ...
Hi I am searching for help for my husband who out of the blue started experiencing ED. He is 57. It started 6 mos ago and recently he was diagnosed with high blood pressure and is taking 10 mg lisinopril daily. His other panels all looked great. The doctor is reluctant to RX any meds to help him. He has tried natural remedies with no luck. He, we are frustrated.
Post created 2 months 1 week ago
Check with ehealthme.com drug directory regarding this medication, and it's side effects.
There is a possibility that your husband might be a diabetic, if so one of the impairments from diabetes is EP obstacles. My husband is a diabetic and he too have a EP problem.
1 month 2 weeks ago
Heavenly Creator, with your
Heavenly Creator, with your permission, may I've be given spiritual wisdom when dealing with those who has health problems
My name is Sharon better known as Sha.
With your permission I would like to tell you a little about me. I am a naturopathic specialist, whose agenda is to recommend/prescribed/suggest alternative solutions, to prescriptive medication.
Our bodies was not meant to be consumed with man made chemicals, but with natural alternatives. Our Creator is the power of all healing process thru vegetables, fruits and fibers, spices, and nuts.
Condition of concern: Lisinopril and EP disorder
Source of nutrients:
Again, the choice is yours, give me a chance you might just like it(smile)
Thank you for the attention you have given me
Have a blessed day.
1 month 2 weeks ago
Sorry for your husband's ED, but it is quite a universal issue. There is more to solving the problem then prescribing a drug. If his doctor is reluctant to write an Rx for him, there is likely a good reason for that reluctance. ED is a complicated problem and can usually be resolved with natural products and techniques. HOWEVER, much of what is "Hawked" on late night TV infomercials is totally useless for many reasons. To resolve ED problems, it is first necessary to determine its source. Once the source is known and corrected, the ED will disappear. BUT, it takes a professional that knows what to look for to make valid recommendations. Medical Doctors are generally too time-constrained to search for and isolate the causes of such complex issues.
You may want to check out the many articles and newsletters I have published about ED and other male issues on my website.
2 months 1 week ago