most common cause of male sexual problems in those aged over 30, is a low
level of the primary male sex hormone, testosterone.
Testosterone starts to be generated and distributed by the male body at the
onset of puberty and is essential in generating all of the male
characteristics and the male sex drive.
Age, (levels drop from approximately 30 years of age) alcohol, drugs (even
legal ones) can all adversely affect the body’s level of testosterone.
Fortunately you can never have too much, so taking testosterone is perfectly
safe for all ages providing you do not suffer from prostrate problems,
hypertension or significant heart conditions.
Do not take testosterone if you are involved in competitive sports, as it
will show up in routine drug testing and lead to disqualification.
This medication was endorsed in the year 2000 after extensive testing on
1,000 men over the age of 40.A paper presented to the International Medical
Conference recounted that it increased sexual libido in the recipients by an
average 69% and cured 95% of impotency cases that were caused by the male
menopause. (Technically known as the Andropause)
In trials, testosterone replacement therapy has been shown to produce.