ED, hypogonadism, and gradual loss of libido

//ED, hypogonadism, and gradual loss of libido
ED, hypogonadism, and gradual loss of libido 2017-10-19T10:43:23+00:00

I’m 63 years old and was treated with external radiation 2 years ago. I believe the cancer is gone, but I have ED, hypogonadism, and gradual loss of libido along with fatigue, depression and have gained 45 lbs. I’ve had little success using the “pump” along with Levitra. I do not have a partner, and at times feel that I am trying to adjust to a life of celibacy that has been thrust upon me against my will.  I also have pain from Rheumatoid Arthritis. What can I do holistically or nutritionally?  Lee

 

Hi Lee. Catering to your overall health would be the absolute best way of dealing effectively with your ED. You did not mention anything about your diet, but I can tell you that you would benefit from an anti-inflammatory diet: low to no simple sugars, no red meats, plenty of fish, nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables. Taking between 4 to 6 grams of fish oil would help as well. Other natural inflammatories that I like to use is: curcumin, boswelia and quercetin. These agents not only have anti-inflammatory effects but also anti-cancer. Once you start having less pain, try to get some physically activity in, even if its just a 10 minute walk. Be patient and consistent and you will have fantastic results. Good luck.