Vitamin E And Angina Pain

It was a bit odd to have a conversation with my 67-year-old father about his sex life. “I’m on this medicine, Andrew,” he said. “It’s for angina. My doctor sent me to a heart specialist, and they both agreed I have to take it. The problem is that it causes impotence.” I let that image sink in for a minute, as he continued. “Is there any one of your natural remedies that will substitute for the angina medicine?” he asked. Historically, it was an unusual event for my dad to ask my view about anything. One of his mottoes was, “If I want your opinion, I’ll give it to you.” So I was duly impressed with the gravity of the situation.