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Being ready to talk about Premature Ejaculation (PE) will help you get the treatment you need to put your good sex life back on track. The information below should help you prepare to make the most of your appointment.
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The following are laboratory tests that may be obtained in the evaluation of Erectile Dysfunction:
- Urinalysis A high level of sugar (glucose) in the urine may be a sign of DIABETES mellitus, and high protein in the urine may suggest kidney damage, which can cause erectile troubles;
- Lipid profile High levels of LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) in the blood can cause atherosclerosis;
- Serum creatinine An abnormal serum creatinine, a chemical that reflects kidney function, may be the result of kidney damage;
- Total testosterone levels Blood samples for total testosterone levels should be obtained in the early morning (before 8 a.m.) because the testosterone levels go up and down throughout the day. If you have a low testosterone level, it should be checked again to confirm that it is truly low. In some men, a specialized test measuring the active form of testosterone may be recommended;
- Blood hemoglobin A1C Abnormally high levels of blood hemoglobin A1C in patients with DIABETES mellitus indicate that there is poor control of blood glucose levels;
- Liver enzymes and liver function tests Liver disease (cirrhosis) can cause low testosterone. Thus, testing for liver disease may be needed in some men;
- Complete blood counts;
- Blood glucose levels Abnormally high blood glucose (sugar) levels may be a sign of diabetes mellitus;
- Other hormone levels Measurement of other hormones beside testosterone (luteinizing hormone [LH], prolactin level, and cortisol level) may provide clues to other underlying causes of testosterone deficiency and erectile problems, such as pituitary disease or adrenal gland abnormalities. Thyroid levels may be checked in some individuals as both hypothyroidism (low thyroid function) and hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid function) can contribute to ED;
- PSA levels PSA (prostate specific antigen) blood levels and prostate examination to exclude prostate cancer is important before starting testosterone treatment since testosterone can aggravate prostate cancer;
- Other blood tests Evaluation for hemochromatosis, lupus, scleroderma, zinc deficiency, sickle cell anemia, and cancers (leukemia, colon cancer) are some of the other potential tests that may be performed based on each individuals health history and symptoms.
Taking a combination of an alpha blocker and a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor provides greater symptom relief than taking either one of these drugs alone, according to an article in Current Drug Targets. Combination therapy is often recommended when an alpha blocker or 5-alpha reductase inhibitor isn’t working on its own. Common combinations that doctors prescribe are finasteride and generic Cardura or dutasteride 0.5 mg and Flomax (Jalyn). The dutasteride and tamsulosin combination comes as two drugs combined into a single tablet. TUMT.