Will taking testosterone pills increase a man's libido?
My boyfriend who is only 25 has Erectile Dysfunction. He seems to have a very low libido which we think is causing his Erectile Dysfunction. We've tried all the male enhancements and plenty of other things. We think that since he has a low desire for sex, it's because of his testosterone levels. So if he began taking testosterone pills, would that increase his libido?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
obviously all the spammers responding to this question shows how sensitive a topic this is and how lucrative the ED market is.
testosterone will work to restore sex drive and may even improve erectile function in young men with low testosterone. your boyfriend definitely needs to be under the care of a good doctor to determine the cause.
- Anonymous3 years ago
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- no_frillsLv 51 decade ago
Many medical problems can cause low libido. Having low testosterone is one of them.
Testosterone pills are not the best way to increase testosterone. May cause liver problems. Injections, gels or a patch are better solutions. Taking testosterone may lower his fertility. There are also drugs that will tell his testes to produce more testosterone, and that is safer if he wants to have children. This will work for some causes of low testosterone.
Best for him to see a doctor, most likely a urologist can help.
- JoyLv 44 years ago
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Talk to your Gynaecologist they have few B C Pills that have both estrogen and progesterone (female harmon that is just like testosterone minus hair growth and other male characteristic and enhances female ones). Get that type of B C pills. Your body does make this hormone (progesterone) but old estrogen BC pill neutralises your body progesterone, so that needs replacing, so you can have a very strong Libido. The new pills just does that. Male viagra will cause other unwanted problems and must not be taken without supervision by a Dr and that too in very rear case.. The company that makes Viagra also makes Female Viagra. Female can take this special "Female Viagra" which does have same drug but in controlled amount and is balanced with some other things.
- Anonymous6 years ago
My husband is 43 years old and works out 5 times a week. About 3 months ago, it was like somebody turned off a switch in his body, no real desire for sex but after a lot of foreplay able to somewhat achieve an erection but not really hard. Went to Dr and he had a testosterone of 188. The Dr recommeded starting the Dr max Powers Testosterone Boost supplements on a regular basis. About 4 hours after first dose, he was able to achieve an erection and was able to perform 3 times that day. Not sure of effects at gym yet due to its only his 5th day.
- 4 years ago
Of course it s hard to really rate how much a testosterone product REALLY has increased testosterone levels so I judge such a thing on how horny I feel - the Dr Max Powers Testosterone Boost really works. This seems much better than others I ve tried and I m seeing fair gains from training.
- Anonymous5 years ago
I use the Vydox product referred to by that Edward LeBlanc doctor guy on here, and it works like a Charm. For some time I was unable to achieve a decent hard-on.. and if I did, it was ever rarely fully erect. On top of that, I would always ejaculate after only a few minutes of stimulation. It was embarrassing as fvck. One day I remember seeing a commercial on TV talking about Vydox, which sparked my interest. They only charge S&H for the first Month's supply to test it out. So I did. I haven't had much of any problem since. I hear doing these things called "Kegal" exercises can also help a great deal.Source(s): Personal Experience
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Don't respond to the spammer.
If your boyfriend gets a testosterone blood test it should tell whether he has a low level. They will then prescribe either shots or a gel for increasing testosterone levels. There is no pill.