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A guy has a heart attack at 45 because he took treatment. doesn't mean the treatment caused it. could have been his genetics and a million gut bombs..or that he was a prison subject, still it will go down in the list of possible side effevts. there's no way to prove a drug causes evert reaction. Not when they are only around for a few years anyway.Part of the bad rap for GH comes from all the misuse, athletic and hollywood, but docs won't prescribe megadoses for people to become the hulk.
4) Horny Goat Weed This one is also credited to the Chinese and it was discovered when a Chinese goat herder noticed increased sexual activity in his flock after they ingested the weed. It is increasingly being used in treatment of erectile dysfunction. 5) Damiana Damiana is found in Mexico and the southern US. It is used as a libido enahncer for both men and women.
and we don't have to buy his books and tapes to know that water is an essential element of life. So what if it does not cure erectile dysfunction? or did he claim that? what matters is to hydrate the brain fog and not to overdo it.
There was only one little issue that I couldn't escape... erectile dysfunction. I promised my wife I would talk to my doctor about it. She did a blood test to check my testosterone. My testosterone was fine, but my blood sugar was in the 800's. I was in Kansas for training when I got the call that they needed to see me ASAP for further testing.
I went to my primary care and expressed my concern about Tetanus, but Dr. said due to my proper vaccination history and treatment within 48 hours of wound was a near impossibility. My doctor suspected Lyme disease when I mentioned I had noticed a few red bumps on my neck upon waking a month or so earlier, and prescribed me a 3 week course of Doxycycline but symptoms did not improve.
If I go to a Urologist he will be obligated to do some tests which will come back normal, in my case. I doubt that there is a curative surgery or steroid treatment or something that I am missing out on. (Would I want to do this if there were?) So I am going to avoid sitting too long, take ibuprofen, and hope for the best. (And monitor this forum.) I would welcome the opinion of a Urologist on this forum.
About 3 months ago i noticed i was starting to have skipped beats. i went to see my Dr and he ran some blood tests, potassium, thyroid, sugar level, kidney, liver, magnesium, electrolytes and everything came back ok. He referred me to the Heart Hospital to have a 24hr Holter Monitor put on this past Friday and i just got back the results today. My heart had actually skipped almost 1500 times in that 24hr period.
Should i be worried or will it heal over time? should i go see a dr? or should i juss go get circumsized? would that make the problem go away?
Doctors have told me that I need no treatment and that Thallassemia has no symtpoms. I go to sleep tired and I wake up tired. I can be tired after 12 hours sleep! Can I be suffering symptoms from my thallassemia. Does any one else feel the same way that I do? This is a little bit hard for me, but I don't want to complain.
Fatigue/exhaustion, depression, constipation, headache and erectile dysfunction. The one symptom that is not so typical is the sulfuric smelling "egg burps". Were it not for this particular symptom, I might be able to get this monkey off my back but I find it almost impossible to function in any capacity once the "egg burps" arrive. The condition usually occurs a day or two after the debilitating onset of the more obvious symptoms: Exhaustion, Depression etc.
First treatment: azythromycin for possible chlymidia, some broad antibacterial cream Second treatment: for possible candida, another penis cream, no help Current treatment which I'm pretty much finishing up: prostatitis, 2 tabs of 100 mg doxycycline for a full month, not much help either, just a constant stomach ache. My symptoms have been more manageable lately, and I've been able to get exercise, and the burning sensations have been more infrequent.
We decided to take the last 2 months off, so my lining doesn't become too thin. I go to the Dr. this week to see what to do next... Has anyone had anything like this happen because of Mirena? Also, like "Babynumber3" I feel like my lining is too thin to have an egg implant... Anyones else? Thanks!
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