Side Effects Of Coveram And Ed

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Mr Why Says:


My doctor recently prescribed coveram for my hypertension. I searched the net and found some articles about its side effects, including erectile dysfunction. Shouldn't an improvement in blood flow address ED as well? Can I take coveram with meds/herbal food supplements for ED?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mr.Why! How are you?

Are you suffering with ED from taking it?

It's a possible side effect, but not everyone experiences it.

Learn more Perindopril details here.

Learn more Amlodipine details here.

If you are suffering from ED, you should talk to your doctor, because there are other medications you can try that may not cause it.

As to the medications or supplements, that will really depend on which ones you want to take. Can you please post back with more information?

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MrWhy Says:

Hi,

Thanks for the reply... No ED problem yet.

Someone told me about a all-natural dietary food supplement named Robust.

Is it ok to take it with Coveram 5/5?

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