excessive prostaglandin E2

Prostaglandin E2 functions as an anti-inflammatory hormone in the body that helps relax muscles, inhibits the release or noradrenaline, and acts as a direct vasodilator. When high levels of the stress hormone are present, usually because of excessive masturbation/sex, men start to experience penis pain and Prostatits, while women can begin to witness more vaginal infections occur. For a complete guide of the dangers of Prostaglandin E2 or more information on how natural herbs and supplements can reduce the hormones negative effects, please, read on.

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