• 21 days ago

    Erectile dysfunction at 26...

    So I had low testosterone and several urologists felt that increasing it would bring my morning wood and sex drive back...it didn’t. I did a ultrasound without an erection injection twice and it came out that I had perfect blood flow. Then I recently did an ultrasound with an injection and they said I had vascular disease. My other doctor had his ultrasound expert check it out and he doesn’t believe the test is right.

    My sexy drive is shot. If I had vascular issues would I still get horny and just not fully erect or how does it work?

Responses

  • 20 days ago

    RE: Erectile dysfunction at 26...

    Hi When you had TRT was it gel or shots, as shots are far better, but once you start you on it for life, as it will shut down your own testosterone making equipment and your balls will shrink.

    Try looking foods that raise testosterone, getting out and exercising, losing weight and keep well away from fast foots and sodas all of then even energy drinks, if you smoke stop and of you love your beers and hard liquor stop that as well, I know it takes a lot of fun out of your life, but its either that or your end up with an implant.

    If your on any long term meds just google them and look at the side effects, it could be them.

    NOWHARD
  • 10 days ago

    RE: Erectile dysfunction at 26...

    There are a number of factors that can contribute to low sex drive, and you are correct to seek further answers. Items like total/free testosterone, DHT, and other sex hormones are beneficial to look at vs. just checking low testosterone alone.

    Additionally, it is also possible for cardiovascular disease to cause erectile dysfunction. Cardiovascular disease is an umbrella term for various conditions including heart disease, heart attack, stroke, arrhythmia, heart valve problems, and heart failure.

    It is possible to experience that high blood pressure was one of the causes of your vascular disease, in which case the arteries can harden and thicken, leading to a condition known as atherosclerosis. If the arteries are kept from properly dilating in order to bring blood to penis, this prevents an erection from occurring.

    It is for this reason that erectile dysfunction is a potential indicator of an underlying disease – such as heart disease.

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