WILL ORAL GARLIC-EDTA CHELATOR HELP MY HUSBAND WEAN FROM VIAGRA®?
Q Dear Dr. V,
My husband has always been very capable sexually, if you know what I mean. He's 48 and recently started having difficulties with erections. He has never experienced this before. (Neither have I.) Anyway, we talked about it, and he agreed to start taking Viagra. It has been very helpful for his erections, but afterwards he feels heavy-headed, gets headaches, and is drained of energy. Would oral garlic EDTA help him wean from Viagra, since it helps with blood flow?

CJ

A Dear CJ,
Although I am not aware of any studies supporting this, I believe it is plausible and worth a try. As people age, they develop more atherosclerosis in their blood vessels, including those of the penis. In men, the more advanced the atherosclerosis, the more likely it becomes that erectile dysfunction will occur. Forty-eight is not so old, but oral Garlic-EDTA Chelator might help. It will definitely help to clean out your husband's arteries, which is good for general health maintenance.

Your husband might benefit more, however, from taking InnerPower or ProSexual Plus. Both contain the amino acid arginine, which is known for its erection-enhancing properties, among other health benefits. If you are on a budget, I would consider using InnerPower or ProSexual Plus first, and add oral Garlic-EDTA Chelator later if needed. Taking both would be best.

I am not a fan of Viagra, because of the reported side effects, as you described, and because of some deaths associated with it.1

Dr. V

Reference

  1. Mitka M. Some men who take Viagra die - why? JAMA 2000 Feb 2;283(5):590-3.


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