Speaking of taking drugs, many people may have heard the saying that drugs are three parts toxic. So far, various clinical drugs do have certain adverse reactions. So, which drugs cause trouble to men's lives? Perhaps this is not something everyone knows. Let's take a look together.
Many times, people are attacked by andrological diseases, but for unknown reasons, it is actually the droplets in life that cause this killing. Recent research has found that men who take painkillers for a long time have a significantly increased probability of developing erectile dysfunction (ED). The study, published in the Journal of Urology, shows that many middle-aged and elderly men often take non steroidal antipyretic and analgesic drugs such as naproxen and ibuprofen due to pain disorders such as headaches and muscle pain, which affects their sexual ability. "ED is mostly caused by organic or functional changes in the reproductive system itself, as well as in nerves and blood vessels, and a significant proportion of patients are related to medication. According to a foreign report, about 25% of medical outpatient patients suffer from drug-related ED. In addition to pain killers, long-term use of the following five commonly used drugs should also be careful with ED.".
In addition to pain killers, what other drugs can ruin a man's sexual well-being? One is antihypertensive drugs, such as reserpine and clonidine. Second, diuretics, such as spironolactone, can cause up to 30% of the incidence rate of ED. The third is hormone drugs. Whether it's testosterone, estrogen, or adrenocortical hormones, it can directly or indirectly trigger ED. The fourth is sleeping pills. Fifth, gastric acid inhibiting drugs mainly refer to cimetidine, ranitidine, etc. Therefore, when middle-aged men take the above drugs, they should strictly control the applicable symptoms, dosage, and medication time. Once ED symptoms occur, the drug should be stopped or the treatment plan should be changed in a timely manner. Generally speaking, ED caused by drugs can gradually return to normal within 3-6 months after drug withdrawal.
Since this is the case, men still need to be a bit distracted when taking drugs. Mentally, it is important to beware of the triple toxicity of drugs, which can affect their health if taken over a long period of time. Although the effect of this poison is not as great, when taking pain killers, blood pressure lowering drugs, etc., it is important to pay attention to their own sexual well-being.