Do small testicles cause erectile dysfunction?
Do small testicles – erectile dysfunction really linked?
I’ve noticed that both problems started right around the same time so I’m wondering if there is some sort of link between the two.
There’s a good chance that these two conditions have a relation, but we won’t know for sure until we dig a little deeper.
So lets drill down and see if we can get to the bottom of this.
If I were in your shoes the first question I’d ask myself is, am I still sprouting involuntary erections in the early morning?
If not, or if those erections rarely show up like they used to, you can rule out psychogenic erectile dysfunction – the type caused by stress, fear or anxiety, because men with pure psychological ED rarely lose the involuntary erections that normally occur during REM sleep.
So if this is the case, you need to start focusing on physical causes of ED.
But before we point the finger at the small testicles – erectile dysfunction connection; lets rule out a few others things first…
For example, do you smoke, have high blood pressure, have you suffered a stroke, or do you have diabetes?
If so, you need to be aware that all of these things can cause poor circulation in the body leading to erectile dysfunction.
If you can rule all of these out, then what about prescription medications?
Because the list of drugs that cause ED issues in men is about a mile long, and the more drugs you’re using, the more likely it is that you’ll run into problems.
The same issues can occur with alcohol abuse as well.
Now, if you can honestly say that none of the above applies to you, this strongly indicates that your small testicles – erectile dysfunction are related.
But lets ask few more questions to make absolutely certain.
Has your ejaculation volume diminished?
Have you noticed a decline in muscle mass?
Do you suffer from depression or lack of motivation?
Are you fantasizing about sex less frequently? Do you have less body odor than you did in the past?
Do you have man-boobs or new fat tissue around your breasts?
Have you failed to climax during sex anytime over the last 6 months?
Answering those questions will solve the problem.
And this hormonal state in the primary cause of weak, undersized testicles in human males.
It’s also the reason why many men get hit with ED because there needs to be a finely tuned balance between estrogen and testosterone for your erectile system to function properly.
For example, elevated estrogen can lead to a serious reduction in sex drive and ejaculation volume.
It can also move your anabolic state in the wrong direction, by increasing fat accumulation and reduce muscle mass.
And as this trend continues, you’ll head towards a vicious cycle where more and more of the testosterone produced by your body will be converted into estrogen.
So your testicles will continue to weaken; your anabolic hormones will continue to go down and your erections problems will only get worse.
Taken to the extreme, you may even get to the point where your morning wood disappears entirely; or even worse, you’ll start to suffer failures in the bedroom.
And this is a dangerous situation because if a man fails more than once in a short period of time; he may get psyched out so much that now he can add psychological ED to his list of problems.
Once this happens – men often run straight to the doctor to get a drug to help them get that wood back.
But there are two major problems with this plan.
1: These drugs do nothing to increase sexual desire, they just bring on the erection.
2: They don’t fix the underlying cause of the ED, they simply drug the problem into submission.
So what happens is, you get the wood, but you don’t have much desire to use it; because the hormone problem that caused the ED in the first place hasn’t gone anywhere.
So here’s the bottom line…
The only real answer to this small testicles – erectile dysfunction problem is to get your hormones back where they belong.
Fix the problem at the source by balancing your T to E levels and healing your testicles on an organic level.
Once you’ve accomplished this, your erectile dysfunction problem will be nothing more than a bad memory.
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