So I’ll try to address the responses here.
For what it’s worth, while I have always ate whatever I wanted and, while I am medically overweight, I have always carried it well. In other words, I donor “look” significantly out of shape. Also, I am very active. I have been working out a lot with a newfound passion to get healthier. I‘ve lost weight since Christmas and it shows. I don’t drink. Don’t smoke.
Up until just a few years ago, I had no problems in this department. In fact, even in my 40’s, I could maintain and go for another round without needing to stop during the refractory period. So this is all new to me and, admittedly, a blow to my ego.
Of course I will consider a proper nutritional plan, but when I go down that road, everybody and their brother have different ideas that they swear by. There is no end to the amount of diets and supplements aimed at ED and low T.
Aren't there significant side affects? Years ago, my BP was creeping up. It wasn’t extreme, but doc put me on a one-a-day pill that keeps it in the normal range. I do believe I’m about 15 pounds away from being able to stop those. I did it before. Will make it stick this time. But aren’t there dangers of these pills and BP meds?
Also, I feel like taking a pill would be hard to schedule. We have busy lives. Sometimes we don’t do anything in bed at night except watch a little TV and go to sleep. But then we might wake up early and have a romp. How do you fit a pill in the right moment of that lack of routine?
Is this even something to peruse if everything else seems fine? I do necessarily WANT to take injections if I don't need to or if it has no effect on maintaining an erection. I can live with all the other consequences. Erection difficulties are often a physical issue that T won’t overcome. That said, from what I read, the fact that I DO get erections means I don’t really have ED. I DO get it up. As I am thinking about that, I guess it does take more effort and direct stimulation these days to get there too.