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I am new to this site because I am in need of others help and opinions, I been to multiple doctors for many many many maaanny years and none have helped me
I have been having circulation problems since I was about 14 years old , my arms, hands , feet will go numb often specially in my sleep when I’m resting, I keep getting sick and nausea , I can’t figure this out but what really caught my attention is that the blood follow to my errection is always different, sometimes it’s huge (7-8 inches) but most times it’s just 6 inches so that’s when I started going to the doctors numerous times out of all the years askin why is sometimes I can’t get fully hard
I do smoke, and I do drink alcohol , but back in the day when I was a teen I didint smoke much just about 7 smokes a day and had this problem..... now I smoke about a pack a day and it’s stil the same problem so I don’t know if this is just smoking!? Ciggerettes I mean , I don’t do drugs or smoke weed
I did do an asthma test at 14 when I smoked 5 smokes a day and they said I had mild asthma , but does asthma effect circulation? Will it effect the blood flow to my erection for sex? I have no one to answer me , I do live in Canada where it’s free health care but the doctors are not great at all , very lazy
Also my ears constantly ring, I feel feverish on and off specially if I eat anything with onions or garlic I get really sick for a weak and pale like on and off
Allergy? I don’t know?
Today I am super pale and legs are constantly cold.... waking up every morning extreme difficulty breathing from my throat area , puking, very tired and dizzy , I sometimes see funny colours in my vision
So anyone can give me some tips on what I could try to ask the doctor about?
Could be my heart?, stomach acid? , smoking? , alcohol?, I have also changed eating habits and no different still so I don’t know if it’s my heart , I have multiple ecg test for my heart but can that tell me about heart failure? Ah I wish someone could give me some info
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