Testosterone Levels, Heart Disease, & Erectile Dysfunction!

by William
(Chatsworth, Ga)

Hi Mark,

I just received my blood test results and I'm flabbergasted!

First let me explain I've had Erectile Dysfunction for about two years, much worse in the last few months.

About three weeks ago before I found your site, I purchased some over priced Tongkat Ali from overseas.

I took it morning and night for 8 straight days without results. I found your site and then stopped.

I went to get my blood test BEFORE I started the new supplement rotation, diet, and exercise.

It had been 4 days since I stopped the Tongkat ali.

The results-

Testosterone Total = 711 ng/dl

Estradiol = 47 pg/ml

PSA = .7 g/dl

How could I have an ED problem?

Is the Estrogen level high enough to cause this problem?

Should I continue with the Testosterone Boosters?

Could there be another problem I'm missing? I assure you it's not mental!

They failed to test for free testosterone.

Confused to say the least! PS-I'm 46

Testosterone Levels, Heart Disease, & Erectile Dysfunction!

A quick disclaimer before we start!

I'm not a doctor, and all the opinions expressed below, are just that, opinions.

If you need more clarification, read my full disclosure at the very bottom of this page.

Hello William,

Your estrogen level is too high in my opinion, and that could be your problem.

Read my page on reducing male estrogen levels to learn how to get yours under control.

Another possibility is, your plumbing may be defective.

To learn more about this, read my page on Erectile Dysfunction & Heart Disease

Regarding the testosterone boosters...

Hold off for now, and see how you feel.

If the energy, motivation, and sex drive start to wane, (which I think they will) jump back onto the cycle.

I don't think it's panic time for you yet, but I do think it's important that you work with your doctor to get to the root of your problem.

If your erectile dysfunction is the result of vascular problems, you need to know about it, so you can begin taking action immediately.


ED is not the most enjoyable thing in the world, but suffering a heart attack is much worse.

Play it safe, and get yourself checked out.

Good luck to you!

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