Gentlemen, did you know that the P3nis can send you signals concerning the state of health of your body. Surely many of you did not know it, but today you will know it through your daily Afrikmag.
Erection problems can predict a painful problem with your feet, according to new research from Keeleen University in England.
In the study, researchers followed nearly 48,000 men for an average of 10 years, some with a drop, others with a painful form of arthritis that usually affects the big toe – and another category that was healthy.
Gout is a rheumatic disease in recrudescence. It appears that people with gout are at greater risk of developing erosion disorders.
The researchers found that men with gout were 31% more likely to report an erectile dysfunction (ED) than healthy men.
In addition, pain problems may occur before painful joint problems are felt: those with gout were 63% more likely to report an erectile dysfunction in the year before their diagnosis.
This disease occurs predominantly in men and evolves in painful crises.
The affected joint may be red, swollen.
A possibility? The accumulation of excess uric acid in your blood can affect your blood vessels, possibly triggering a proliferation of vascular smooth muscles, write the researchers. And this has been linked to the accumulation of plates.
Big problem for your p3nis: the accumulation of plaques in your blood vessels can impede blood flow – a necessary element to get and maintain a good erection.
Although more research is needed to confirm a causal link, researchers believe that the results suggest that erratic problems may indicate the underlying gout before painful joint problems appear.
Gout is a disease that requires comprehensive treatment.