Thank you for considering my case.
I am a 58 year old white male, non-smoker, drink alcohol, sometime imprudently. No other recreational drugs. I take a stimulant (Vyvanse) for ADHD. I have dislipidemia and coronary heart disease. I had a minor MI in 2001 after which I was put on ASA, a beta blocker, an ACE inhibitor and a statin. In about 2006 I started having stable angina which led to a quad. CABG in 2007. My medications are much the same as before the surgery. My lipids are excellent. By BMI is on target but I should get more exercise. Within the past year, I had what I thought was stable angina. A dye test was performed and was negative. On exercise stress tests I still show an ST depression after 10-15 minutes and have what feels like slight chest pain.
I have had a problem with ED for a some time, It may have started around the time of the surgery but I can't be sure. I don't seem to experience NPT. My family doctor had given me Viagra and Cialis. They work both about the same. There is a slight improvement but not to the point where I could achieve penetration.
While researching my situation I found a reference to Peyronie's Disease. Some time ago, not sure when but before the ED became a problem, I discovered that while erect, my penis had a severe bend in it. I assumed this was caused by my wife being over enthusiastic during oral sex (basically, she bit me). I never brought this up with my doctor, probably from embarrassment The bend went away eventually.
I can't help wondering if this could be contributing to my ED problem. Can ED remain after the tissue has healed? Are there any treatments I should be discussing with my GP? Thanks again for your consideration..