Oct 12, 2003
does testosterone help erectile dysfunction as well as build muscle? any suggestions for regaining the fullness in my face ,lost due to aids.
Response from Dr. Moyle
Testosterone as a supplement is only useful for individuals who have low free testosterone levels. Individuals with low testosterone who receive supplementation may experience and increase in the muscle mass and tone, increased energy and both increased sexual desire and improved erection quality and durability. However, low testosterone is an infrequent cause of erectile difficulty. In particular, there is commonly a substantial psychological element. Testosterone supplementation may lead to weight gain in individuals who have been deficient in testosterone. The gain in weight is predominantly lean body mass (muscle) and as such will not lead to an improvement in facial appearance. Facial wasting in individuals with HIV infection is commonly associated with long-term therapy as well as a past history of a low CD4 count or HIV related illnesses. Please read some of the other postings on this site to get an idea of the issues and risk factors.
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