A new study found that Testosterone replacement therapy doesn’t enhance romance life of men. It was published in Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
Ejaculation dysfunction is a term that includes inability to ejaculate, decreased volume, force, or delayed time in ejaculation. The scientists estimated that 10 percent to 18 percent of men have ejaculation dysfunction.
The study included 66 men who aged 26 and older with low testosterone levels and a history of ejaculatory dysfunction. The men were randomly selected to receive either a 2 percent testosterone solution applied to the skin, or a placebo.
After 16 weeks, the men who received the testosterone therapy showed little improvement in ejaculatory function compared to those in the placebo group. The researchers found no or little improvement in ejaculate volume or orgasmic function in men who received the testosterone replacement therapy.