Effects of Testosterone on Erectile Function

Effects of Testosterone on Erectile Function

Effects of Testosterone on Erectile Function

Testosterone has many uses. Its main responsibility is for the development of male characteristics like muscle bulk, bone growth, pubic hair, voice and sexual function.

Insufficient amounts of testosterone in the human body can lead to erectile dysfunction. This is however not common but are still prevalent in today society. In cases like these testosterone replacement therapy can sort out your erectile dysfunction.

The cause for testosterone deficiency are many. We will list a few.

The first reasons would be age. The older you get the less the body produces testosterone in huge quantities.

Infected or Injured testicles. The body produces its testosterone in the testicles. If the testicles are not working properly anymore for above reasons testosterone will decline instantly.

Chemotherapy or radiation healing for illnesses like cancer diminish testosterone in the human body

Hereditary Abnormalities like the Klinefelter’s Syndrome has a negative impact on the testosterone production.

If your eat or produce to much iron your testosterone levels will go down.

The brain has a gland called the pituitary gland. Its main function is to produce the signals to produce hormones like testosterone. If the pituitary gland does not produce any signals the production of testosterone will be halted.

Certain medication for illnesses like treating prostate cancer and drugs like corticosteroid drugs negatively influence the human body production of testosterone.

The main Symptoms of testosterone deficiency are erectile dysfunction. Not only do your experience impotence but you lose your sex drive and just a general sense of not feeling well.

Your body also changes. A decrease of muscle mass and a increase in body fat, a change in cholesterol levels(for the bad), Mild anemia, Osteoporosis and hair loss.

How would you diagnose yourself? The doctor or you for that matter can do a blood test. This will determine your testosterone levels in your blood and thus your body. The measurement would need to be taken thru out the day as levels of testosterone fluctuate.

There is many different ways of treating testosterone deficiency.
Injection intravenously every 2/3 weeks.
Testosterone patch on the body or on testicle sack
Testosterone Gel
Adhesive applied to the teeth 2 times a day.

Its important to remember that not everybody should try test replacement therapy. Before taking Testosterone they should check their vitals and if they have or could have prostate cancer. These also include men that are prone to breast cancer.

General Hormone replacement therapy is relatively safe for most men. There are a few side-effects like oily skin, fluid retention, Breast enlargement, decreased in testicular size.

Breast Enlargement is usually caused by sudden halt of using testosterone therapy. The body then needs to restart its own production which takes time and thus only estrogen in the blood stream which causes breast enlargement. While Testicular decrease are cause by your body shutting down it own production of testosterone.

Testosterone replacement benefits outweigh the side affects. Its been used for many years as a erectile dysfunction solution. Not only increasing sexual function but also a general sense of well-being.

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