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Originally Posted by ironaddict69
Actually, it IS most likely that his issues are hormonal.

Honestly, to the people that called me out about not knowing its his hormones, read up.
Yes, i can attribute his ed to lack of testosterone.
hes 68. His levels ARE low. with todays world its almost impossible for someone at 68 to have reasonable levels. Reasonable meaning above 600 on the (300-1100) scale.
He drinks. Guess what? Alcohol raises Estradiol (E2) levels in men.
smoking also decreases blood flow as we know.

I have used HCG, Being as I was a steroid user. I’m on HRT now.
HCG NEVER has given anyone I know acne *noticeably to complain about*

and baywatch, not seen any evidence as to HCG increasing ball size? Do you even know what HCG is and does?
It is basically fake LH. Which WILL stimulate someones balls to grow and plump, unless theyre ball are non responsive, which is primary failure I believe.

Excuse me for being a little brash, but I am so dedicated towards the endocrine system and Know so much about it, im offended when someone denies my knowledge on it.

When Nightlight goes and gets his: Total Testosterone, Free Testosterone, SHBG, and Estradiol (E2) levels checked, id bet my ass that he will be low in the first two, and higher in the 2nd.

You nailed it on everything except the first one. Although the ED could be hormonal, it is really more likely that the diabetes is the cause.

In regards to whoever commented about HCG not causing your nuts to get bigger, you’re clueless (not you, Iron, the dumbass who made the comment). I used it for the first time about 4 months ago, and I had to back off on the dose because my nuts were TOO big. I also didn’t get any acne. If you’re going to give advice, at least have a clue what you’re talking about.


September 20, 2007: BPEL: 5.8 inches, EG: <5.5 inches

March 15, 2008: BPEL: 7.6 inches, EG: 5.75 inches

Yes, that's a gain of 1.8 inches. And no... That's not my real picture.

Diabetes is a possible indicator of low testosterone. When testosterone levels decline blood sugar goes up. Mine was 282, Gensing took care of that problem.

Smoking is a deterrent to good erections.
Age may or may not be a factor.
Diet and exercise or the lack there of can also be a contributor. It certainly is a contributor to getting adult onset diabetes.


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Originally Posted by sam1966
You nailed it on everything except the first one. Although the ED could be hormonal, it is really more likely that the diabetes is the cause.

In regards to whoever commented about HCG not causing your nuts to get bigger, you’re clueless (not you, Iron, the dumbass who made the comment). I used it for the first time about 4 months ago, and I had to back off on the dose because my nuts were TOO big. I also didn’t get any acne. If you’re going to give advice, at least have a clue what you’re talking about.

speak it brother, im with you on ALL that.

Originally Posted by sam1966
In regards to whoever commented about HCG not causing your nuts to get bigger, you’re clueless (not you, Iron, the dumbass who made the comment).


No name calling, please.

As in one warning only.


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And FYI - hCG doesn’t work for everyone. For most it will increase testes size. For some it does little. (My testes definitely have not grown, although perhaps it is preventing atrophy as I am supplementing T)

Originally Posted by gnome
And FYI - hCG doesn’t work for everyone. For most it will increase testes size. For some it does little. (My testes definitely have not grown, although perhaps it is preventing atrophy as I am supplementing T)

I’ll agree with that, which I said in my previous post. HCG will not work for people who have a primary failure (Testes are non responsive)
Secondary is where LH, FSH are too low to produce adequate testosterone levels.

Personally I don’t see where the HCG topic came up, it would not be a good treatment for nightlight, T replacement would be much better.

Getting control of his blood sugar is the way to go at this point. ED changes structure in the body. Cells are starved of sugar in insulin resistant diabetes making you feel tired and sluggish. Less sugar floating around your blood stream the better.

A sound low carb diet is the way to go.


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