Many men have associated their erectile dysfunction with low T and have taken low T medications hoping to see improvement.  Men who have diabetes are two to three times more likely to have erectile dysfunction when compared to men who do not have diabetes.  Unfortunately, testosterone levels are not the only cause of erectile dysfunction. A low erectile function can be caused by a variety of other medical problems including problems with blood flow, high blood pressure, stress and depression.

According to Choosing Wisely, it has been shown that men with normal testosterone who take low T medications will not see an improvement in erectile dysfunction.  Further, studies show low T medications will be ineffective for low testosterone levels if erectile dysfunction is the only symptom.

However, studies have shown that low T is linked to serious health complications, such as strokes, heart attacks, blood clots and death.

If you or a loved one has experienced a cardiac event such as a heart attack or stroke or a blood clot such as a DVT or PE after using a low T medication, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact the low T lawyers at the Levensten Law Firm at www.levenstenlawfirm.com, www.androgellawyers.com or 215-545-5600 for a free consultation.