There are a number of factors in a man's body that play a role in forming an erection. It is a combination of physical properties such as the nerves, muscles, and blood vessels, as well as mental and chemical attributes involving the brain, hormones, and emotions. A problem with any of these factors can lead to one of the three main symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED):
A major cause of erectile dysfunction is low testosterone. As doctors learn more about your body's hormones and how they work, evidence may point to hormonal imbalance as an ED causes. Low testosterone, among many other debilitating symptoms, can damage a man's sex drive and erectile function.
Some of the other causes of erectile dysfunction include:
Diagnosing the cause of erectile dysfunction involves a blood, saliva, urine, or blood spot test to seek evidence of low testosterone, as well as other physical factors. Your doctor may also inspect your reproductive organs to seek out any problems related to blood flow or nerve functions. These tests can be done visually or with the use of ultrasound technology.
Overnight erection tests are another common part of erectile dysfunction diagnosis. While sleeping, a man may experience multiple erections without realizing it. If an erection occurs during this test, it would further distinguish whether the problem is caused by a physical condition or an emotional one.
If it is determined that your condition is the result of low testosterone, a doctor will likely recommend BHRT or bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. This safe, cutting-edge treatment uses testosterone that's chemically identical to the testosterone your body produces naturally.
Other treatments for erectile dysfunction include:
Erectile dysfunction can damage your confidence and your relationship. Low testosterone may be the cause, and BHRT may be the cure. To get started with testosterone replacement therapy, please call ☎ (561) 250-8422 or request more information online.
Balance Health Centers
3309 Northlake Blvd, Suite 101 Room 1
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33403
Phone: (561) 250-8422