What do diabetes, arteries and peripheral arterial disease have in common? People with diabetes who have uncontrolled blood sugars for a long time are at high risk of developing blood vessel damage and peripheral artery disease (PAD). However, not every person with diabetes develops PAD. Results from the Framingham Heart Study show that up to … Continue reading How Does Diabetes Injure the Arteries to Cause Peripheral Arterial Disease?
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Varicocele and Premature Ejaculation: How Are These Linked? Is There an Association Between Varicocele and Premature Ejaculation Along with Prostatitis Symptoms? Men with untreated varicoceles often show up with the complaint of “premature ejaculation,” or ejaculating too soon (abbreviated as PE). In fact, PE appears to be the only and major sexual complain in these … Continue reading Varicocele and Premature Ejaculation
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Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD), also known as Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), affects 8 to 12 million people in the United States, especially those over 50. This article will help provide valuable information about the causes of this disease. Please share with someone you care about. Plaque formation in your arteries While there are various causes of Peripheral … Continue reading How Did I Get Peripheral Vascular Disease?
Can Fibroids Be Treated with Medications? It’s very common for a woman to be told that she needs surgery to treat her fibroid symptoms. Most often, a hysterectomy is recommended. For women who still want to get pregnant, a surgery to remove the fibroids but leave the uterus in place (a myomectomy) is the surgery … Continue reading Medications for Fibroids and/or Fibroid Symptoms:
What Are Drug-Eluting Balloons? Drug-eluting balloons, or DEBs, are balloons coated with medicines (like paclitaxel) to improve the patency of the narrowed blood vessels in peripheral arterial disease (PAD). These balloons coat the inner walls of the affected blood vessels and prevent them from getting blocked again. Hence, scientific experts also refer them to as … Continue reading Drug-Eluting Balloons to Treat Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
Are there any foods or diets that are good for veins and vascular health? As quoted by the famous author, Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, “You are what you eat,” the health of your body reflects what you’re putting into it. In other words, diet plays a critical role in maintaining the health of all your body systems, … Continue reading Eating Right for Healthy Veins: Health Food Tips
The Link Between Diabetes and PAD What is the link between peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and diabetes? The presence of diabetes can greatly enhance your risk of developing peripheral arterial disease. It is, however, unclear how many people with PAD have diabetes. The Framingham Heart Study revealed that 20% of people with symptomatic PAD have … Continue reading Peripheral Arterial Disease and Diabetes
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