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This was a great article to read. For too long some physicians quickly wrote a prescription for Viagra if the patient complained of erectile dysfunction and saw the commercial and decided to ask his doctor.  The patient would leave and that may take care of the problem.  Men are typically happy once that issue is taken care of but having this issue in the first place is a sign something is wrong, quite wrong.

A study in the Journal Circulation from October 20, 2009 found: ED was predictive of all-cause death, which consisted of cardiovascular death, myocardial infarction, hospitalization for heart failure, and stroke.  The medications made no difference in this.  This is a BIG DEAL.

If there is a problem with blood flow to the penis it would make sense there may be a problem with blood getting to the heart tissue, the brain, etc.

Not to to be an alarmist, but I would like to see a similar study with individuals who constantly have poor circulation to their extremities and often complain of cold hands and feet. This once again is an issue of a decrease in the cardiovascular system’s output to provide oxygen to the extremities. Your brain is also an extremity so to speak — is it getting enough oxygen?  Are these people at a higher risk?  I like to look at this closer rather than simply writing it off as something to live with.

Basically the take home here is never use a medication to hide a problem.  Try to get to the bottom of it and find the root cause.