As you may or may not know, there are certain medical conditions that might appear to be unrelated to erectile dysfunction that could actually have a very real bearing on it.
One of those conditions is high blood pressure, and Boston Medical Group thinks you should be well aware of it, and what you can possibly do about it
Blood flow to the penis is a necessary component of achieving an erection, and so it follows that any restriction on that is going to have an effect on erections, and the sexual performance that is associated with it.
High blood pressure is just what is implied from the name; it exerts a lot more pressure on the blood vessels, which makes blood flow a lot more problematic. As a result – and you could conclude this yourself – the blood will have a much more difficult time flowing to the penis, and that is one of the things that directly causes ED.
To compound things, you could be taking medications for the purposes of dealing with high blood pressure that could contribute to the problem as well.
Don’t take any chances; there have been studies indicating such a connection that 65% (or more) of adult men with high blood pressure also develop erectile dysfunction.
The acknowledged experts in dealing with ED are working at the Boston Medical Group, and there is no excuse for not contacting them to address any problem you may have, since there are 21 different locations throughout the United States.