This is a question I have been pondering the last several months as I have seen some erection quality (EQ) progress from starting on TRT in April. I didn't expect it to be a miracle cure for venous leak and turn me into a 20 year old. However, it certainly has helped.
Even with clear arteries (hopefully) and BP under control, when can I say this is as good as its going to get? I try to not obsess or endlessly judge erection performance but some of it is inevitable. But we certainly lose many things to aging that hard to replace: nerve sensitivity, elasticity (collagen) etc that aren't tied to blood flow.
Does anyone have any links or studies that talk about (for a 50+ year old)
* How many morning erections should you be having per week? (Right now good ones: 3-4 times per week)
* How long should you stay erect without manual stimulation (This has improved, for awhile it was not very long!)
* How many spontaneous erections during the day?
Maybe I am whacked and the only one that thinks about this, but it is tough to compare, since I cant exactly remember how much all of this occurred 10 or 15 years ago. Seemed like it was all effortless of course back then.
Thanks for any perspective. Just trying to set my mind at ease and manage expectations.