Posted by Song
on July 19, 2000 at 09:18:10:
In Reply to: impotency and prostate cancer posted by fancy_nancy on July 18, 2000 at 16:01:25:
: my husband commonly becomes impotent for weeks at a time. when he can get aroused his erection is pretty weak. the women in his family have a history of breast cancer. he is not experiencing any of the prostate cancer symptoms except for the impotency. is it common for men in the early stages of prostate cancer to experience only one of the symptoms?? my husband is also 39 years old. do men this age develope prostate cancer??
Here is how an erection work. The nerves cause the arteries to expand and the veins to constrict. This allows more blood to fill the corpus cavernosa.
- trauma to the corpus cavernosa, arteries or nerves
- atheroma clogging the arteries
- disease of the central nervous system
- toxic effect
- certain drugs, alcohol and cocaine are a common cause of temporary impotence
- postoperative trauma following prostate surgery can damage the nerves controlling erection
Enzyme can help unclog the arteries, can improve blood flow, can eliminate toxic substance