If You Quit Smoking Do You Get Harder Erections Again?









I have noticed over recent years that my erection is softer and smaller than it was and i am only 28!!! I do smoke(30 a day), ive been told this can cause it and cause impotence! if i quit(this could possibly be the best incentive EVER!!) will my erections return to normal or is the damage permanent? How long would it take after i quit?

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9 Responses to “If You Quit Smoking Do You Get Harder Erections Again?”


  1. John N Says:

    yes, it will. and, here’s the best part–it’s almost immediate. You’ll certainly notice within a couple of weeks a big difference (pardon the pun). And you’re right–that in itself is a huge incentive (again, the pun. sorry). The penis is a huge vascular organ; smoking constricts the blood vessels, so by not smoking, you’re getting those to relax once again. Oh, and if you give up cigs, give up the pot, too, if you smoke it. There’s more nicotine in one hit of weed than those 30 cigs you burn.

  2. Ken H Says:

    yes it will. I did for me. I learned smoking restricts the blood flow. I was as smoker for 40 years. Was having trouble getting it up and staying there. Now am ok after quitting for 5 years. The worse about quitting smoking is all the junk coming up from the lungs and then digesting it. Make me sick to my stomech a lot. My wife now is closer then ever for sex, and does not have to smell the cigerette order on me.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    not necessarily… you are almost 30 this is what happens to men… it could help a bit… but you might want to check in to cyalis… its for harder erections…. viagra is for if you cant get one at all

  4. Emlou Says:

    Smoking is one of the causes of atherosclerosis or hardening and narrowing of blood vessels. As the penis requires the filling of 2 major blood vessels to achieve erection, then atherosclerosis prevents this. Reducing and quitting smoking should also help. You may also need to get a blood pressure check, as the narrowing of blood vessels could also be in the arteries around your hard. Your less hard penis could be telling you that you need to check your lifestyle.
    All the best.
    Nurse Emma

  5. William Says:

    To simply state that you will get harder erections if you quit smoking is a falsehood and there is no real proof to support such a supposition, just the assumption that smoking is a risk to the cardiovascular system; i,e. the circulation of blood. The theory behind this is that smoking narrows the blood vessels and therefore less blood will flow to the penis, thereby causing softer erections. I suspect it is mostly propaganda spread by the smoke-Nazis and I seriously doubt that it is really true. Why? Because I smoked for 45 years, and had very hard erections practically until I quit smoking over 3 years ago, Now my erections are not nearly so hard, but I think it is due to age more than anything else, not smoking. If smoking is really the cause of impotence or partial impotence I am very certain it would have showed up much ealier.
    There could be many reasons your erections are not as hard as they were previously. It might be a good idea to get a medical checkup, there may be other factors involved. If you are only 28 you should be in the prime of your sexual life, it does not begin to decline at such a young age nor does it decline rapidly, it is a lifelong process whether you smoke or not.
    No doubt smoking is not good for you, but I really do think that many of its so-called negative health effects are exaggerated beyond all reason, and this is one of them. If anyone states that smoking is the cause of impotence, ask them to provide some REAL facts, not a link to an anti-smoking website, And ask them if there are not many other reasons that erections would not be as hard as they were previously.

  6. Mohammed Lunat - Changed.. Says:

    yes! 1 year after!

  7. bob s Says:

    quitting smoking is a good thing to do
    you should ask your doctor about your erection issue, it may be related but it may not be
    ED meds may help but they also have risks
    you can read more about them and the risks at the site below
    keep up the good work and QUIT smoking

  8. Searcher Says:

    jeez I hope not. I smoke and mine are already so hard I would not want them any harder lest it get used to support a tall buildings. For me harder erections would be a disincentive to quit.
    Okay sarcasm aside, smoking cigarettes – especially 30 a day – can indicate there is some stress in your life that needs to be dealt with. And plenty of stress is the best known for killing a perfectly good erection. So maybe you need to look at your diet, exercise routines, general health as well as work and home life to find the areas where stess is originating and find ways to reduce it. As well, add better foods, fewer junk snacks, more fresh air and exercise, a more optimistic view of home and work and as your health improves and the stess melts away you may find yoru erections returnign to their former vigour. Oh, and one horrid side effect of working to get really healthy and stess free is you lose the desire/need to smoke as much so quitting won’t be so stressful.

  9. Rex B Says:

    Smoking causes several major health problems that can contribute to impotence. Diet and alcohol in excess can also be a problem. Talk with a Doctor, quiting smoking is the best thing you can do to live longer and healthier in general. There is a new medicine that can help you stop smoking as well. I believe it’s called Chantix.

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