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I am 55 years old and diabetic. Does angioplasty cause erectile dysfunction ?

I am 55 yrs and diabetic and under gone angioplasty and now on drugs such as ceruvin, seloram and prechek GMP 1. my problem is I have lost total errection very much interested to have sex but cannot what is the remedy
Asked On : Tue, 14 Jun 2011
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There are many causes of erectile dysfunction. In your case it could be due to long standing uncontrolled diabetes. Other reason is Seloram is a Beta blocker which can cause impotence as a side effect. You can speak to your Cardiologist regarding this. There are various methods to prevent ED but if you are a hypertensive as indicated by the use of Seloram, drugs may not be useful. Also Psychological effect matters lot. Keep your blood sugar under control and eat garlic once or twice a week, it is a good aphrodisiac and also good for heart and diabetes. Kindly consult with your Cardiologist in this regard.
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