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Posted Aug 26 2008 4:17pm

Several facts on erectile dysfunction and coronary plaque:





If you have erectile dysfunction, there's at least a 50% chance you also have coronary plaque.



If you have coronary plaque by a CT heart scan, there's a 50% chance you have erectile dysfunction.



If you have symptomatic coronary disease (chest pains, breathlessness, prior heart attack), there's a 90% chance you also have erectile dysfunction.





Coronary disease is characterized by a dysfunctional state of the "endothelium", or inner lining of the coronary arteries. Erectile dysfunction is characterized by dysfunction of the endothelium of the penile circulation. Same phenomenon, different territories. (There are other differences, of course, but the two conditions share this fundamental phenomenon.)





If you have any doubts about the physiologic effects of the supplement, l-arginine, just give it a try if you have erectile dysfunction. The erection enhancing effects alone should convince you that a genuine artery-dilating effect is exerted by this very powerful nutritional supplement.



If l-arginine fails by itself to restore full erectile capacity, there are additional strategies, both nutritional and medical, that you can consider.



Our newest Track Your Plaque Special Report on erectile dysfunction is coming out any day now.

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