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When Should Testosterone be Used to Treat Erectile Dysfunction (Male Impotence): Effectiveness of TRT Programs with Prescription Testosterone

Testosterone Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction and Low T. For decades Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) has been utilized to successfully treat many men with erectile dysfunction especially when other prescription male enhancement medications like Sildenafil (Viagra®), Vardenafil (Levitra®) or Tadalafil (Cialis®) have proven ineffective and sexual dysfunction is due to male sex hormone deficiency.

When should men be treated with testosterone? Is it safe? What form of testosterone should be used? What type of physician is best to treat ED or Low T (hypogonadism)? What prescription is required to obtain testosterone or steroid hormone injections?

Testosterone Replacement should definitely be considered in men who have a deficiency in their male hormone levels (androgen=testosterone). Occasionally, in those males who have borderline low levels of testosterone and for men who have normal levels of total testosterone but very low levels of free testosterone or bioavailable androgen in their blood serum that is causing adverse health symptoms including Erectile Dysfunction (ED). Read more about the symptoms of androgen deficiency and male impotence below.

If you think you might have ED or Low T and have questions for a medical specialist, fill out the ED Info Form or contact our medical clinic at (866) 342-5444.

Erectile and Hormone Deficiency Symptoms

  • Decrease in Sex Drive or Intimacy
  • Weaker Erections or Soft Erections
  • Inability to have or Maintain an Erection
  • Decreased Physical Endurance and Stamina
  • Lack of Energy, Exhaustion or Extreme Fatigue
  • Feeling Tired all the Time even with Sleep
  • Decrease in Muscle Strength and Bone Strength
  • Flabby Muscles with a Loss of Lean Muscle Mass
  • Decrease in Vitality and Enthusiasm for Life
  • Lost Height or Brittle Bones (Osteoporosis)
  • Depression, Sadness, or Social Withdrawal
  • Severe Moodiness, Sudden Impatience or Bursts of Anger
  • Low Energy After Eating, Lethargy or Falling Asleep at your Desk
  • Decreased Productivity, Ambition or Drive at Work or Career
  • Loss of Memory, Poor Vision, Inability to Focus or Concentrate
  • Excessive Weight Gain and Increased Fat around the Middle
  • Sleep Disturbance, Inability to Sleep at Night or Insomnia
  • Decreasing Ability to Recover from Exercise or Workouts

Men with Erectile Dysfunction and Low T. Approximately 2 to 20 percent of males with erectile dysfunction have definite low levels of androgen requiring testosterone replacement therapy. Besides poor sexual function like soft erections or no erections, they also have low levels of sexual desire or a complete lack of sexual interest.

Men who have completely normal free testosterone levels with erectile dysfunction should not consider taking testosterone supplementation. Men with normal T levels run a health risk if they add additional androgen to their body including a higher risk of stimulating prostate cancer, coronary disease problems, urinary tract obstructive symptoms due to stimulation and benign growth of the prostate gland, increased blood coagulation with a higher incidence of thromboembolic disease (clots) disease, chemical hepatitis especially if taking the oral mentholated testosterones and possibly a higher incidence of cancer of the liver.

Patient Testing and Prescribing Testosterone. Your doctor will only prescribe testosterone after a blood test, physical exam and medical assessment to ensure you are a qualified candidate for a treatment program. In order to avoid complications of androgen replacement using testosterone only patients with a demonstrated medical need will be prescribed testosterone. In patients with borderline testosterone levels, a careful evaluation of the benefits, risks and side effects taking into account a complete medical history and examination will help the physician with diagnoses and treatment recommendations.

Alleviating ED Symptoms with TRT. In patients who have definite low levels of testosterone associated with erectile dysfunction, frequently androgen replacement does help resolve their ED. Men taking testosterone report improved sexual desire, interest in intimacy, increase in sexual frequency and enhanced performance. Bringing ED patients up to normal levels of testosterone has shown to help improve most aspects of sexual function however, increases in libido are dramatically increased in most patients whereas sexual function is restored in approximately 50 percent of patients. If other forms of impotence therapy such as Viagra were used unsuccessfully to bring erectile function to normal for patient, a physician should consider having the patient's hormone levels tested and consider male hormone replacement in cases of definite deficiency. Though a patient may be deficient in his male hormones he may also have other problems such as vascular decease, diabetes, neurological problems or on other prescription medications that may be causing ED.

Testosterone Testing and ED. The major question in determining whether a male has low testosterone is based upon blood levels usually obtained in the morning since the a.m. levels are approximately 35 percent higher than the p.m. levels. In most patients the morning levels are greater than 300 nanogram/DL. However, one must take into consideration the age of the patient as well since as one gets older the serum binding goblins increase making for less free testosterone which is the bioactive form. Therefore, a young male less than 40 years of age with a level of 300 is really abnormal while a 70 year old man with a 300 level is probably normal. The laboratory test and the level of testosterone alone is not sufficient to determine whether one has a low testosterone and has to be viewed in terms of the age of the patient and the history and physical examination. A borderline level with small testes is much more suggestive of a truly pathologically low level especially if it is associated with poor desire. One must also look at total testosterone in relationship to the non-protein bound free or bioactive form, the hormones produced by the pituitary gland, gelatinizing hormone and follicle stimulating hormone as well as prolactin, a hormone produced by the base of the brain connected to the pituitary gland.

How Hormones Can Play a Role in Low T and ED. Approximately 3 percent of all testosterone deficiencies are due to elevated prolactins which are usually due to microscopic growths in the pituitary gland or brain stem and can be resolved with specific drugs such as Parvati. In rare cases if the lesions are quite large surgery maybe necessary. The LH is frequently elevated in those patients in which the testicle is the source of the testosterone failure and in those cases in which the testosterone is due to a failure of the pituitary gland the LH may be low. For most patients however the hormones are all normal with the exception of testosterone and the pituitary testicular access is intact except that the testicles cannot produce enough testosterone, pituitary hormones are either normal or elevated and the prolactin itself is basically normal.

Testosterone Steroid Injections are Most Effective for TRT. Having determined that a patient is testosterone deficient, how much, how often and what type testosterone should be given to the patient? Firstly, the oral form of testosterone which is frequently a mentholated form should never be given to patients on a chronic basis since liver toxicity is quite high and can be dangerous. Injections of testosterone in the form of testosterone enanthanate or cypionate have been the standard form of administering testosterone. Two hundred milligrams intramuscular every two to three weeks seems to give sufficient levels to help most men who need hormonal replacement. On the other hand, injection therapy and injection replacement with testosterone gives you a rapid rise in 24 to 48 hours and a continuously high level that drops slowly over the course of 10 to 14 days. Normally, the testosterone is higher in the morning than it is in the afternoon by 35 percent and no one is quite sure whether replacing by reproducing this diurnal variation, is the effectiveness of the testosterone better in ED.

Testosterone Patches. Dermal Patches containing testosterone manufactured either in the form of Andoderm 5 g. or Testoderm (TTS) 5 g. have been developed to reproduce this diurnal variation. The patch is placed on the fleshy portions of the body including the thigh, abdomen, chest, back but not on the bony prominences. It is placed at night giving its highest levels in the morning and its lower levels in the late afternoon and evening. Each night the 5 gram patch is removed and replaced in a different area with a new patch. The levels remain high but highest in the morning.

Pros and Cons of Dermal Patches and Topical Preparations. Recreating the normal diurnal variation occurs and possibly improvement in erectile dysfunction also happens. The major drawback of the testosterone patches has been skin irritation which with andro is as high as 50 percent and Testoderm as high as 15 percent. Use of a topical steroid placed in the center of the patch such as triancininolone seems to reduce the incidence of local irritation, swelling and in the most severe cases blister formation. On the other hand, patch therapy is simple, does the job and maintains a diurnal variation in testosterone levels.

Men's Sexual Health for Life. Once one starts therapy a life long treatment regime is necessary and follow up by the physician should be done on at least a six month to one year basis. Prostate screening with digital rectal exam and PSA blood testing must be done before within three months of beginning therapy and at six to twelve months thereafter. Liver function tests should also be conducted on an annual basis. WARNING: TRT is not for men with risks for prostate cancer, heart disease, or cardiovascular health problems.

Other Procedures for Men's Sexual Health and Wellness. If the symptoms of ED are not significantly improved then blood levels of testosterone should be obtained in the morning after six to twelve weeks of therapy to see if there is sufficient levels of testosterone levels in the blood and if necessary a second patch, additional androgen hormone pellets, increased testosterone dosage, or more frequent injections should be considered. If adequate levels of hormones are reached and the patient still does not have optimal erectile function the patient should be reevaluated for another etiology and other sexual dysfunction therapies such as Prostaglandin injections (P-Shot) or intraurethral Prostaglandin pellets should be considered. A combination of treatments can also be prescribed along with the continued use of androgen replacement. Trimix, Bimix, Quadmix, Caverject®, EDEX and Muse are erectile dyfunction medication drugs prescribed by Urology doctors for treating male impotence. Read more about these ED drugs at Trimix Injections for ED

Potential Hormone Replacement Benefits

Increases lean muscle mass
Dramatically boosts sex drive
• Creates firmer, stronger erections
Increases sexual frequency and potency
Improves memory
Improves mood
Improves endurance
Increases energy
Improves skin tone
Reduces body fat
Lowers cholesterol
Lowers blood pressure
Diminishes wrinkles
Eliminates cellulite
Reduces muscle wasting
Improves kidney function
Improves exercise recovery time
Increases bone density
Reduces stress levels

At Advance Therapy Hormone Centers, we have successfully treated over 20,000 patients with testosterone hormone deficiency or hormonal imbalance. We offer the best prices and service on hormone replacement therapy including Cypionate Testosterone, HCG Injections, Sermorelin and Injectable Human Growth Hormone. Our Board Certified physicians specialize in Anti-Aging Medicine and are Cleveland Clinic®, Mayo Clinic® and Cenegenics® trained. For the best pricing on Cypionate injections or other testosterone steroids, treatment options or more therapy information, fill out the Quick Info Form or contact us at (866) 342-5444

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At Advance Therapy Hormone Centers, we have successfully treated over 20,000 patients with testosterone hormone deficiency or hormonal imbalance.

We offer the best prices and service on hormone replacement therapy including Testosterone, HCG Injections, Sermorelin and Injectable Human Growth Hormone. Our Board Certified physicians specialize in Anti-Aging Medicine and are Cleveland Clinic®, Mayo Clinic® and Cenegenics® trained.

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