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Low Testosterone

Dear Doctor, i am a 36 years old guy.my testesterone level is quite low..its 245 ng/dL..my weight is 80 kgs and my height is 172 cm..i am overweight..i have high cholesterol and fatty liver..i am not diabetic nor i have high blood pressure..my problem is that i can't maintain my erection...sometimes i can't get an erection...even having lot of stimulation...even getting oral sex,i barely get hard..is it due to low testesterone?? currently i am taking multivitamin,vitamin c, vitamin d with k2, fish oil, ashwaghanda and oyster extract.its almost 2 months i am having it. i notice that my semen is pretty thick than before..but still maintaining erection is worst.without stimulation, i get flaccid within 6-7 seconds..the time is accurate..i noticed it.what can i do for it??my married life is ruined by this..help me plz..
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You may need to see a Urologist who is a specialist in the ED area.  If your Testosterone is really low, you may get prescribed something to help get that level raised and the doctor might give you Citranox to take.  Eating right and getting some excercise will help and a little bit of Red wine also may help.  I am not a Doctor but I know that there is stuff out there to help with Low Testosterone.  The doctor may want to do an ultrssound on you to see if you really have ED and what your treatment options may be.  If you do go see the Urologist, you should take your wife with you so that she can help you get through this.  I hope things get better for you and post any updates that you have.
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