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Men, High Blood Pressure, & Sex
February 14, 2006
9:58 pm
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zinnia
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Anyone care to fill me in on this subject? From the perspective of the male who has high blood pressure?

February 15, 2006
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Listen guys, no one can see you, no one knows who you are, surely you can talk?

I am concerned about being the girlfreind of a man with high blood pressure.

What about heart problems? Desire? Activity?

Am I worried for nothing?

February 15, 2006
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You are worring over nothing...
why don't you help him get control of it.Medication,eating healthy etc...
I think its safe to say that high blood pressure is not going to prompt a male not to have sex,besides! thats the way all men would want to pass on,,lol

February 15, 2006
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First thing to do is to try and get him to eat healthy. High blood pressure is bad news and it a heart attack waiting to happen. You can not change a man in his ways, all you can do is give him this important info and do more research on high blood pressure. Is he over weight? He needs to take care of him self and believe me, eating healthy and working out at the gym has turned my life around. I had no idea that changing these habits would be so important for my life style. I am so damn happy now and full of energy. Does it affect his sex? Yes, high blood pressure affects everything in your life style. If you were to get his blood pressure lower, he would have a little more energy. If he lost weight that is proportional to height, then he would be an animal in bed.....all this affect what you do in some way. If your healthy, its amazing how much more you can do that you never did before. I am living it right now and can't believe the difference.....They will change when they are ready. That goes for everybody. all you can do is feed them the facts.

February 16, 2006
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I'm seeing someone right now who is "middle aged" and has high blood pressure. He regulates it with regular exercise, a varied diet and medication. He has no issues in the "motivation" department. *grin*

February 18, 2006
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"thats the way all men would want to pass on,lol "

Exactly my point.

Picture that situation from the female point of view. How likely a scenario is it?

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