My fatigue issue started around 2 years ago. I have been feeling weak on an off. I went to my physician had bloodwork done and said my blood sugar is was around 70 which was a little low but to get rest and possibly iron pills which may help.
I have a very stressful job in IT but the symptoms started getting worse around a month ago. I went once again to my my physician who referred me to an EMT. The reason for this is only one side of my nose works when I am breathing but will alternate. I have found out that on rare occasions that when going to bed if the right side of the nose is breathing I wake up in a panic, like sleep apnea. I don't notice this throughout the night but some days I do wake up 2-3 times a night while others are ok.
I have also been having headaches on and off. The pain only lasts a couple of seconds and goes away.
I am not certain that this is the issue. Sometime I can feel my heart is trying to push harder but that lasts only a couple of seconds as well.
My blood pressure seems to be ok, I just took it 1/2 hour ago and it was 118/63 with a 52 pulse.
Should I go see a cardiologist? Any help would be appreciated.View Thread
I've been taking Cialis 5mg for quite some time now and to date currently take it on a daily basis. I used to...
Posted by An_260563
I've been taking Cialis 5mg for quite some time now and to date currently take it on a daily basis. I used to smoke marijuana but stopped two years ago. I also used to drink heavily on weekends, but have completely stopped for the last six months. I was overweight, and now I've lost 45 lbs in the last six months. I engage in weight lifting six days a week and do at least half hour of cardio everyday.
In November last year (when I was drinking), I consumed quite a lot of alcohol one night. After that night, I was unable to achieve or maintain my erection. I also noticed that my nocturnal erections were gone.
I visited my Urologist who advised that I make lifestyle changes and also advised that I take Ginko Biloba and Panax Ginseng on a daily basis. After making these lifestyle changes (exercising everyday, weight lifting, loosing a substantial amount of weight) in six months, my nocturnal erections come and go. I'm able to have an erection, but it is not as hard as it should be. My main concern is how soft my erection is as I'm not able to have intercourse with how hard it is.
Any advice or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.View Thread
Every time I ejaculate I have a very long recovery time. Although it doesn't take that long for me to get...
Posted by An_262293
Every time I ejaculate I have a very long recovery time. Although it doesn't take that long for me to get semi-hard again, It can take days for me to be able to get hard enough to use a condom again. This is especially strange when you consider that i'm only 20 years old...is there anything I can do to fix this?
The only thing I can think of is to cut down on/eliminate porn/masturbation
I have noticed that the right side of my body has began to develop faster than the left. I am 13 years old,...
Posted by An_262256
I have noticed that the right side of my body has began to develop faster than the left. I am 13 years old, almost 14 and I have more hair on my right arm pit than my left. Also I have noticed that my right testical hangs lower than the left and It also has more hair than the the other side. Is this normal?View Thread
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