How to know if you’re suffering from fibrosis and bad blood flow

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How to know if you’re suffering from fibrosis and bad blood flow

Fibrosis is the development of connective tissue in places where it should not exist.

Fibrosis prevents the proper function of organs by infiltrating their structure — like ivy growing on a tree — strangling the organ.

Many diseases involve fibrosis.

Researchers working on rats discovered that poor erections and high blood pressure are both caused by fibrosis — and that poor erections is the earlier manifestation.

Meaning that untreated erections problems will lead to high blood pressure because the body is already accumulating excessive connective tissue.

Bad erections is not a normal sign of aging — it’s a sign of systemic disease which can be treated.

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The animal experiments were carried out by Pelvipharm in France.

The results were published in American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative & Comparative Physiology.

Researchers have known for a long time that there is a relationship between high blood pressure and poor rockiness.

“Men with hypertension have a significantly higher prevalence of ‘penile’ dysfunction than the general population and the incidence of ‘dysfunction’ is associated with the duration and severity of hypertension.”

Boners are caused by relaxation of blood vessels in the penis.

As the vessels relax they expand — allowing the penis to swell with blood.

Anything that interferes with these blood vessels can cause erections problems.

Blood pressure is affected by similar mechanisms. 

The blood vessels need to be relaxed for blood pressure to remain normal.

If they can’t relax then the pressure builds up — literally causing high blood pressure.

This research investigated “tissue remodeling” AKA fibrosis — changes in the body which could alter blood flow. 

The research was carried out on two different types of rats. One group were standard lab rats.

The second group were specifically bred rats which develop high blood pressure early on in their life. (Spontaneously hypertensive rats.)

The researchers wanted to see what caused high blood pressure in the rats and whether there was any relationship between this and poor rockiness.

“Spontaneous hypertensive and normal rats were used to evaluate ‘penile’ function, ‘penile’ and aortic tissue reactivity and remodeling.”

The rats which develop high blood pressure had more erections problems than normal rats.

A link also shown in men.

The researchers discovered that high blood pressure and poor erections is probably caused by fibrosis.

The causes were the same…

In rats with high blood pressure and bad rockiness, there was a buildup of connective tissue interfering with blood flow in the penis and heart.

“We found modifications in the distribution of collagen in spontaneously hypertensive rats.”

Collagen is connective tissue.

It is usually not a problem — except when it infiltrates parts of the body where it should not be.

Collagen buildup was preventing the blood vessels from relaxing — causing high blood pressure and poor rockiness.

What’s more, the researchers found that fibrosis affected the penis first.

Poor erections happened before high blood pressure — probably because the blood vessels are smaller there.

Poor erections is a sign of future high blood pressure.

“Modifications in collagen were detectable in ‘penile’ tissue earlier than in aortic tissue.”

The penile tissue is in the penis and controls erections — aortic tissue surrounds the blood vessels leaving the heart and affects blood pressure.

I’ve talked about the processes which cause fibrosis before in my articles and newsletters.

Here we discover that bad erections is an early warning of fibrosis — a problem which can infiltrate the whole body if not treated.

“The onset of ‘penile’ dysfunction is detectable before the onset of hypertension.”

Some guys believe sex ends at 50 — and that poor erections is just a sign of natural aging. Not so.

“‘Penile dysfunction could be an early warning sign for hypertension and therapeutic strategies targeting both ‘peile’ dysfunction and hypertension should be investigated.”

Poor erections is a health problem like any other — and it’s an early warning of systemic fibrosis.

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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Check your member right now for fibrosis

Some men have a bump, bend, or lump in their members.

You can feel yours now to see if you have one.

That’s fibrosis built up in the penile chambers, blocking off blood flow.

But here’s the thing — plenty of men won’t have this lump or bend…

But they’ll still have fibrosis.

Only severe cases result in bends, lumps, or curved members.

The good news is that penile fibrosis can be reversed, easily, using something as simple as a toothbrush


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the to ensure accuracy.


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