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Tsh Is Suppressed Low Libido
Male 26.Havin no/very low libido+ed. Thyroid profile (tsh:7 micro iu/ml, t3:0.8 ng/ml, t4:6.45ncg/100ml).Is thyroid the culprit? No other medical history.
Hypothyroid: Looks like you are hypothyroid which can cause some of the symptoms you describe. I would see your doctor to get this treated and see if the symptoms improve. No other exotic labs needed unless the symptoms don't improve on thyroid replacement. ...Read more
I have subclinical hypothyroidism. Tsh:7.03.T3, (liothyronine) T4 normal. Can it cause low libido or e.D.? Because I am facing these peoblems for last one year.
How can one successfully/safely restart their natural hpta levels after doing a cycle of anavar oral steroids? Low libido, sex drive and ed
Consult your PCP: I would refrain from answering this question and you should refrain from asking questions about steroid cycle. This is not a steroid forum. If the steroids were prescribed to you by a licensed physician for legitimate reasons then you should consult that physician for your question otherwise consult your pcp. Answering questions like these would encourage illegal use of steroids by athletes ...Read more
Iam 26.my testosterone level about 500. Is it normal? Iam with low libido & ED. I take lamotrigin (150/day)&depakine chrono 1250/day). Do I need nibido
Does lamotrigine decrease libido? Does depakine causes ED? Iam take (150/day) lamotrigine & (1250/day) depakine. Ihave very low libido & no erection
Usually not: All anticonvulsants dampen ectopic discharges to some extent. This is how they work. Normally the nerve impulses to the vasculature in your genitalia should not be affected by either agent. Both conditions have been reported with both medications but in tiny numbers. Most often the problem is fixable and unrelated. I suggest you see a urologist and inform your neurologist of the situation. ...Read more
Reduce stress: Most individuals believe low libido is a hormonal problem. In young men without medical problems daily high leves ofl stress, inadequate sleep, obesity and excessive alcohol are major factors. If these are not part of your clinical scenario then it is reasonable to see your primary physician and get a physican exam with a determination of a morning testosterone value for possible therapy. ...Read more
Exploring realistic expectations is a good start when evaluating sexual normalcy. There is a big range of "normal" in this category. Libido is a function of health and rest and stress patterns, and also reflects how you feel about yourself, even more than any attraction to others.
Self-imposed performance pressures in this category are rarely beneficial. ...Read more
How to treat ED naturally. How to treat low libido naturally. How to get horny again as in my 40's. I am 61 now.
Be a "hot" 61!: It's possible to be the best you can be at each age - but it's not the same as being a different age. You can be a healthy, lusty 61 year old. Even at 40, you were not the 'on-fire' adolescent and that's fine - good even. Be as healthy as you can in terms of diet and relaxation and exercise. Get your mind into a sexy place and that's the best natural turn on I can imagine. ...Read more
I'm 27y. My tesyosterone level (470 _540), Is it normal level for young male? I have ed, low libido, less muscle. Should I take TRT?
You are likely to get different answers from different doctors. Here is my answer:
Your levels are technically within range. Low testosterone is unlikely to contribute to the problems that you describe. Replacing testoerone is unlikely to help, and carries risks. You need an assessment for other causes and treatments, which might include psychological. ...Read more
Why cant I feel sex? I take birth control & I've heard it causes low libido could this b my cause?
Is this new?: Low libido means a lack of desire for/interest in sex. Lack of any sensation from sex is somewhat different. It would probably contribute to lack of interest. But the cause of lack of sensation might be from your anatomy (not everyone feels anything), from medications you are taking, or from just not yet finding the right position. The doctor who prescribed the birth control is first consult. ...Read more
If you had a low libido would you have sex with your partner even if you didn't want to just for their sake?
Absolutely: Partnership means accumulating each other need.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have been on contraceptive pill for 2 years and I have very low libido, please help how I can boost my libido?
Hi, I'm having erectile problems. Am I impotent? No morning erection, low libido, long time to ejaculate, balls never feel 'filled'
Erectile Dysfunction: Can be from hormonal imbalance, vascular issues, or psychological causes. Please see your doc for an exam. If no medical cause is found see a clinical psychologist for treatment. Clinical hypnosis or relaxation training can be effective. A combo of hormone therapy and psychological support may be helpful. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Very low libido, rare morningwoods, can't ejaculate more than 1/day at 23yo. I remember it being very hard to ejaculate more than 1/day since ~17yo.
Low libido: You MAY hare a hormonal or vascular/blood flow issue. Please see your doctor. He/she will help you figure out what is happening and provide treatment if needed. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I'm a healthy 20 year old with a very low libido and extreme vaginal dryness. What can I take with no side effects to improve libido and lubrication?
No libido and vagina: Premature ovarian failure in women under 40 years is uncommon, but not rare (1-3%), with up to 2.5% of adolescents affected. Symptoms of pof include nervousness, loss of libido, depression, lack of concentration, hot flushes, weight gaining, dry skin, vaginal dryness, frequent infections etc. The diagnosis is confirmed by the level of fsh of over 40 iu/l and Estradiol below 50. Treatment exist. ...Read more
Iam 26y. I have very low libido, does"nt erection (impotence). BCR_L is 42.9msec. Is it normal value? And what is normal value if that value does"nt?
Physiologically okay: I probably wouldn't look too much into the BCRL in your case, but rather any associated anxieties you may have. I see that you are on depakin chrono, which suggests to me that you may be suffering from some psychologic issues, many of which can affect libido, usually lowering it. Depression, anxiety, or even having lots of things on your mind may be much more contributory. ...Read more
I am 64 slim body. No BP & diabeties. Recently lost sexual lust. Do not have satisfactory errection with low libido and minimal satisfying discharge.?
I m male 38 yr married, low libido from 2 year, m not diabetic, 5.5 height and 75 kg, taking different medicine. Some time I fit?? dust and smoke elegic
My total Testosterone has ranged from 172 to 374 ng/dl. Prior to treatment I had all the symptoms, except low libido and Ed. Am I hypogonadic?
Do rogaine (minoxidil) could cause low libido as proscar do. I want to use rogaine (minoxidil) for hairloss but heard from users it can cause ed. So im afraid to use it?
Here are some. ..: Some 1.5% of Rogaine (minoxidil) male users reported erectile dysfunction. Of course, who will have certain side effect is unpredictable; such has applied to the use of all medications. Generally speaking, before legally popularly used, all drugs in use has been studied and confirmed to be reasonable, except some non-regulated pills online. So, you have to decide what you would like to cope... ...Read more
Ask yourself some Qs: What are you worried about? Job? Money? Family? Friends? Stress can affect sex drive. How's your relationship w/your partner? If it's not good & strong, it's difficult to want to have sexual relations w/that person. How's your mental health? Depression can cause loss of libido. Excess alcohol? Recreational substances? Medications? All these can affect your sex drive. How's your physical health? ...Read more
Places to start: Start with good nutrition, regular exercise, stop smoking, stop drinking or only in moderation. Be experimental in sexual practices. If having other symptoms like fatigue, weight gain, sleep changes or others see physician as this may be an indicator of an underlying medical problem. Any history of injury to genital area? Also a reason to see physician for evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more
For who?: Low labido is not a problem unless it is causing you or someone you love distress. It is not a "bad" thing. Don't let people or the media tell you what you should want. Woman's sexual desire is driven much more by relationship, self image and loving touch then hormones. Is there someone you love who makes you feel great about yourself? If not why would you want to have sex? Good health ...Read more