Questions About Atenolol and Impotence?
Atenolol and Impotence
Atenolol is a beta-blocker commonly prescribed to men with chest pains or high blood pressure. Atenolol is also prescribed to men who have recently had a heart attack to help curtail damage to the heart and help them recover faster. Atenolol is known to cause sexual side effects, including impotence, decreased sex drive and difficulty reaching orgasm. Atenolol causes impotence by blocking the sympathetic activity of the nervous system, interfering with the relaxation of penile blood vessels, making it difficult for men to achieve an erection.
Taking Atenolol and Impotence a Problem? We Can Help!
Many men with high blood pressure or heart problems fear that any medications or treatments prescribed for impotence or erectile dysfunction will interfere or counteract with their heart medications. Through The Boston Method we can determine the exact cause of your case of erectile dysfunction and get you back to peak sexual health without interfering with any current medications you may be taking for cardiovascular problems.
To get back to peak sexual performance, contact a physician at Boston Medical Group Telemedicine today by calling 1-800-337-7555.