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Testosterone SBHG DHT Estridol & Sex Drive!

by Paul

Testosterone SBHG DHT Estridol & Sex Drive!

Hi There,

I am a 39 year old male. I am pretty much lost, and not sure which step to take next.

The predominant issue I have is a Low Libido.

I can Achieve an Erection, but the pleasurable sensation simply is not there.

I don't feel 'horny', if sexual stimulation ceases I don't feel frustrated, my penis just falls flaccid again quite quickly.

I have visited my doctor, and even an endocrinologist, but having a Testosterone level just within 'normal' levels (14 nmol/L), they are unwilling to accept a hormonal cause.

They could be right, but my SHBG is high-normal, and neither professionals had heard of free testosterone levels, so I was not exactly filled with confidence.

Coupled with mood swings and an increasing depressive outlook, I cannot rule it out.

The other day, curiously while I was ill, I had a sudden urge, and a pleasant feeling throughout the Penis, after a few hours it dissipated again, but at least I know my body is capable of it.

I guess my question is this; is a lack of pleasurable sensitivity potentially linked with hormonal imbalance?, and is there genuinely, a supplement that is worth trying?

Any help/advice offered, much appreciated.

Testosterone SBHG DHT Estridol & Sex Drive!

Hello Paul,

This stuff can be tough to pin down, because you have to look at so many different factors.

Not just total testosterone, but free as well.

Then you've got Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), estridol, luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), sexhormone-binding globulin SBHG, etc, etc...

Couple this with the fact that your hormone levels swing up and down from day to day, hour to hour, minute to minute.

I used to be a testing maniac, but no longer.

I think testing too much can be extremely counterproductive.

Most guys who get into obsessive hormonal testing wind up with 2 or 3 drugs in the medicine cabinet, and a bottle testosterone cypionate on the nightstand.

I test about once a year, to make sure nothing is completely out of whack, then I move on to the business of life.

That business to me means, teaching myself and others how to bring the body into balance, so it produces all the male hormones you'll ever need, naturally.

I want to make a quick point here, because this question brings up a lot of interesting points, specifically the complexity of this whole sex drive issue.

I made a conscious decision going in to keep this website accessible to everyone.

That's why you don't see a lot of medical jargon, and ten dollar words on the site.

So, when I use the word optimal testosterone levels here, I'm simplifying the issue.

I'm really talking about an optimal balance of all the sex hormones, HGH, SBGH, aromatase, and everything that effects sex drive and libido.

OK, back to your situation...

The Erections have gone soft, the desire isn't really there, and you're suffering moods swings, and depression.

It sounds like low testosterone, but we can't be absolutely certain.


Because an Estrogen Imbalance could cause the same issues. So could low DHT, and a host of other factors.

This explains why testing, and treating low sex drive with drugs and hormones is such a dead end street.

There are way too many variables!

I'm going to give you the same advice I've given to hundreds of others.

The only advice I believe that will work for you in the long term.

Bring your body back into balance!

Follow the links to get started...

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