Mel Gibson May Be Suffering From Impotence
Written by Richard Simmons| Monday, 19 July 2010| There are 3 comments
With all the fuss about the Mel Gibson tapes which have him shouting and swearing at his ex girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva, we reckon the real problem could be that he is suffering from erectile dysfunction.
Many different things about Mel Gibson's life point to a diagnosis of chronic impotence. For example let's start with his considerable smoking habit which even though he claims to have beaten is likely to have done serious arterial damage over the years. Smokers have a much higher statistically rated chance of suffering from erection problems than nonsmokers.
Another pointer to the erectile dysfunction diagnosis is his alcoholism. Mel Gibson has on many occasions got into trouble with the law because of his drinking and has admitted that he has a problem with it. Heavy drinkers can also suffer from permanent arterial damage which can lead to erectile dysfunction.
Another thing which made us come to our conclusion in the Ukmedix Newsroom was the evident sexual frustration he was feeling when he was insulting and shouting at Oksana Grigorieva. The fact that he claimed that she had a "dysfunctional c**t" and the other references he made to the way she dressed sexily all point to extreme sexual frustration on his part. It seems that he is trying to somehow blame her for his own inadequacy and implying that the reason he is having sexual problems is somehow due to something that she is responsible for.
At Ukmedix News we have seen the pattern of frustration which often leads to physical and mental abuse because of erectile dysfunction. Any man who tried to blame his erectile dysfunction on his sexual partner needs to get psychological help as well as a prescription for one of the three impotence medications Viagra, Cialis or Levitra. Ongoing erection problems can lead to levels of frustration building up which can destroy relationships. Help is at hand but men have to take that first step to go and see a doctor and to try dissociate the problem psychologically and see it purely as a normal physical arterial anomaly which can be easily rectified.
Mel, go and see a doctor mate...
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