I am a 46 year old male with a history of hypertension for the past 10 years. I am taking 1Co-Eziday(Losartan Pottassium 50 mg+ Hydrochlorothiazide 12.5 mg)(50 mg)tab once a day for the past 2-1/2 years with Loprin 75mg. I also have a deficiency of Vitamin D, detected last month for which I am taking Inj. Indrop D3, orally once a month, plus tab Dolmit, once a day. Since the last 1 year I am experiencing erectile sysfunction i.e. insufficient erection or erection which I cannot maintain for some time. My wife gets irritated due to thjis reason and I also feel a loss of self esteem and reduced pleasure. I consulted a specialist who advised me to relax as, according to him, my problem is mainly stress related. He appears to be right since when I take a break from work or proceed on a vacation, there is a marked improvement. I have almost perfect body weight and exercise regularly. I also do not drink or smoke. Kindly advise me whether I can take the vitamin supplement 'Vigour" produced by the Vitamin Company safely, in view of my medical history. The company claims that it has essential vitamins and herbal supplements which can do wonders.I shall also deeply appreciate any other advice on the issue. ahansari.
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