ED often occurs because of a diminished blood flow and drugs like Viagra (a PDE 5 inhibitor drug) can help restore the supply for some men. But if the blood vessels surrounding the penis are narrowed, its likely other blood vessels are too- a problem with the penis can sometimes be an indicator of an underlying cardiovascular problem. ED can also result from diabetes, prostate problems or be the side effect of other prescribed drugs such as antidepressants.
Testosterone Deficiency (TD) is the second most common endocrine presentation affecting men after diabetes mellitus type 2. Despite this, screening for TD is regularly overlooked. As a result, men with TD and its associated symptoms are very often not being treated which has a direct impact on their quality of life and its unnecessary burden of symptoms