• It makes sense if you think about it: the medicine is made to lower the pressure and blood is what makes the erection possible. Lower pressure = more trouble filling the penis with blood.
  • Yes, Ice Man.
  • Did you know that viagra was originally tested as a blood pressure medicine?
  • "Over time, high blood pressure damages the lining of blood vessels and causes arteries to harden and narrow (atherosclerosis), limiting blood flow. This means less blood is able to flow to the penis. For some men, the decreased blood flow makes it difficult to achieve and maintain erections - often referred to as erectile dysfunction. The problem is fairly common. High blood pressure can also interfere with ejaculation and reduce sexual desire. Sometimes the medications used to treat high blood pressure have similar effects." If you're having problems talk to your doctor. Other medications can be substituted. Also an erection is not necessary for orgasm.
  • Hmm! Does sex 24 times consecutively count?

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