I am a 25 year old married male in decent physical shape. I am taking no prescriptions, have no diseases or health issues.However, I do have problems with erectile dysfunction. My wife and I have been married for 5 years now and our sexual relationship has gone down the drain. I still find her very attractive but I do not have near the desire to have sex with her like I did 4 years ago. We usually have intercourse maybe once a week and I can never stay fully erect during it.Furthermore, my energy levels are lower than ever and I frequently fall asleep at work. Stress levels are not too high and I exercise 4 times a week. I have noticed that I put on weight extremely easy even with a healthy diet and exercise.
I have seen an Urologist and Endocronologist a few times now. I have done multiple blood tests with both of them checking for all sorts of problems. They say everything returns 'normal' and the only thing that is a little 'low normal' is my total testosterone which averages around 300 (+/-20). The docs have told me that all my signs and symptoms would point to low testosterone but my levels are not low enough to warrant treatment. The Endo Doc even told me that giving me additional testosterone would not solve my problem because my free testosterone levels and related tests are in normal ranges. They both said I am pretty much out of luck with my problem.
I have tried viagra, levitra, etc.. but do not like the side effects they have on me. I do not believe a healthy 25 year old male should have these problems and I know my wife is starting to blame herself for it.
Do the Doctors opinions make sense? Would additional testosterone not do anything for me? Can anyone shed some light on possible solutions?