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The Relationship Between Low T and Erectile Dysfunction

Excerpt from an article in Men’s Health on Low T:

If the stuff that usually gets you going just isn’t working anymore, there’s a good chance that your testosterone levels are lower than normal, commonly known as Low T.

Testosterone is the main hormone responsible for your sex drive, explains New York-based urologist and sex expert David Shusterman, M.D. If it plummets, your desire to get going may, too.

And if you’re not really in the mood, getting hard will be next to impossible.


From American Male Medical Clinics:

“The stuff that usually gets you going,” as noted above, can range from visual (something as simple as seeing someone naked, in real life, in a magazine, on TV or the internet) to physical (flirting and foreplay.)

And, barring any type of stimulation (visual, verbal, or physical) even if you’re not thinking about sex as much as you used to (and for normal, healthy young men “as much as you used to” means pretty much all the time) there’s a good chance you have Low T.

For our simple, Low T home test, please see the post dated Feb 7, 2018 at the following link: Low T Home Test

If you’d like increased libido (sexual desire), increased energy levels, lower body fat, lower cholesterol, better sleep, better moods etc., visit the doctors at American Male Medical and learn more about these and the many other wonderful benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy.  We also offer sermorelin and vitamin B-12 shots! Call today for an appointment: (888) 434-5338