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The sexual sign of high blood pressure explained – and it can affect both men and women

But just because you develop erectile dysfunction, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have high blood pressure.

Impotence is very common, and it’s usually nothing to worry about, but you should still speak to a doctor if your erectile dysfunction won’t go away.

Vaginal dryness, meanwhile, affects most women at some point in their lives.

It may be caused by the menopause, breastfeeding, and certain cancer treatments, according to the NHS.

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