Can blood pressure medications cause erectile dysfunction?

Blood pressure medications may lower the amount of blood that flows to the penis. If there is not enough blood flow to the penis, difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection may occur. In this video from the International Society for Sexual Medicine, an expert in the field explains what to do if this occurs.

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