How to manage symptoms of theanines erectile disorder
Theanine is a neurotransmitter that helps keep the penis erect and keep the vagina in a good position.
If theanin is low, the penis can feel tight and may become limp or even painful.
If you notice this, you may want to check your sexual function and/or the levels of lisinopril.
You may also want to consider using an intrauterine device (IUD) to reduce the chance of getting a new birth.
Theanines symptoms can also affect fertility.
The most common cause of low theaninemia is a congenital condition known as anencephaly, which can cause a baby’s head to be too small to fit in the womb.
This can be caused by congenital defects that affect the way the brain develops and how the body processes signals.
Some people who have the condition also have other health problems, including: congenital heart disease that can lead to a heart attack and stroke