I am 11.5 years post double lung transplant. I'm 55 years old and although it always seems to be something, I'm still alive and kicking.
I have been having some problems with ED over the last couple of years. It's never a problem getting started. It's always a problem continuing as long as I'd like. I've been taking cialis and also viagra as needed. These drugs do help, but things are just not as I'd like them to be.
In the past, my testosterone levels have been on the low end of normal. My most recent blood test indicated that they were a bit lower than the low end of normal.
I will discuss my options with my doctor, but can anyone suggest natural ways to increase testosterone levels? I know exercise helps. Also, my diet is pretty good for the most part. I fall off the wagon on a regular basis, but we eat mostly wholesome foods with few processed things. I read books on nutrition and have probably seen most of the documentaries out there. My feeling is that for the average human animal, a vegan diet is probablt the healthiest overall. However, I doubt it's best for a person with cystic fibrosis and the pancreatic insufficiency that goes along with it. It seems that my inability to properly digest fats and proteins might lead to deficiencies. I am not currently a vegan.
So, any advice on naturally increasing tetosterone levels?
Thanks very much for your replies,
55, CF, 11.5 years post double lung xplant