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High cholesterol: Erectile dysfunction could be a symptom of the dangerous condition

A high level of cholesterol in the blood doesn’t have obvious symptoms, but it can increase your risk for conditions that do have symptoms, including angina, high blood pressure, stroke, and other circulatory ailments, said WebMD.

The health site added: “If you develop symptoms of heart disease, stroke, or atherosclerosis in other blood vessels, such as left-sided chest pain, pressure, or fullness; dizziness; unsteady gait; slurred speech; or pain in the lower legs it could be a warning.

“Any of these conditions may be associated with high cholesterol, and each requires immediate medical intervention.

“In men, impotence may be caused by arteries affected by excessive blood cholesterol.”

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