Erectile dysfunction (ED) could mean clogged arteries
Men have a built-in warning system for silent CHD. When achieving an erection is difficult or impossible, it can be a sign of clogged arteries in the pelvis that presents before a heart attack hits. There are, on average, three to five years between the onset of ED and the finding of CHD, which is plenty of time to detect and to work on preventing this health condition. If you and your partner are worried about sexual performance, look for and treat root causes of diseased arteries before just popping a blue pill.