Hi, I am 21 years old and currently have a gf and have trouble maintaing an erection. Back in High school I had a gf for 4 years and had sex a lot and not once has this problem even come close to occuring so it makes me question what the heck could of happened. After we broke up the first girl I hooked up with I was drunk and couldnt really keep it up but i figured that was due to the alcohol. And it occured more throughout the year but I just kept thinking it was the alcohol. But throughout the years I even tried to have sex sober and it sometimes happened, I dont know if i was thinking about it or what but it happened. So now I have a gf for the past 2 months and sometimes when we have sex I cannot maintain an erection while inside of her especially if she is on top! But there are other times where I could have sex for hours to the point where she cant have sex for a few days due to the soreness. A few weeks ago I went to get my blood taken for testosterone and other things. The results came back that my testosterone was 775 which is average, my TEST % FREE & WEAKLY BOUND was at 42 with the average ranging from 10-46, but then TEST FREE & WEAKLY BOUND came back at 342 and the average is 40-250. I don t even know what that means but I figure it cant hurt an erection to have a higher testosterone. I have been taking natural test boosters to maybe help this problem but dont think they helped. They are all natural and dont increase the levels above a regular level. I have a urogolist appointment next month. BUT CAN SOMEONE HELP ME WITH ANY OF THIS INFORMATION. PLEASE.
P.S. I have been doing kegal excersises lately and I am very fit so its not that I am overweight or eat unhealthy. I used to smoke a lot of weed but that was after all this start occuring.
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