Calcium channel blockers like Cardizem and Procardia are a type of medication used to treat high blood pressure (hypertension) that is not likely to cause erectile dysfunction (ED). If you are experiencing problems getting or maintaining an erection while taking a calcium channel blocker, don’t stop taking it without talking to your doctor first. You may be given a different dose or switched to another medication.
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- Q Will a daily calcium supplement interfere with my calcium-channel blocker?