HGH and Testosterone Therapy for ED (Erectile Dysfunction)

Posted on September 2, 2015 by:

 

Given the influence that testosterone can exert on men, it should come as no surprise to learn that low levels of said hormone can cause erectile dysfunction. However, it is important to remember that low testosterone is not the sole cause of said condition, meaning that sufferers should have a blood test performed to confirm the nature of the problem before seeking a solution in the form of a hormone boost.

There are a number of signs that can suggest low levels of testosterone in a man. Reduced interest in sex is perhaps the most infamous example, but others can include but are not limited to fatigue, reduced initiative, and even mood problems. Over extensive periods of time, low levels of testosterone can even lead to reduced muscle mass coupled with an increase in fat, not to mention anemia, weakened bones, and even more serious complications. In short, the existence of said signs without the corresponding existence of contributing factors is reason for blood tests to be performed in order to check for low levels of testosterone.

Under the right circumstances, a hormone boost can result in dramatic changes for sufferers of erectile dysfunction. In addition to the ability to have sex matched with the interest to seek it, there is also the matter of restored drive, which can achieve wonders in daily routines. Better still, having testosterone makes it easier to keep in shape, which is particularly important for keeping the hormone at a healthy level.

 

 

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