Most people think they need testosterone and estrogen. These two hormones are produced in the ovaries. However, if you are female, and are trying to get pregnant, your ovaries produce estrogen. But in men, the testes produce testosterone, which is a much more powerful form of testosterone. This is why many men develop gynecomastia or other female-specific problems that are treated with testosterone. Testosterone is an important hormone for male sexual development. Testosterone helps your penis and testicles grow. It helps to make muscle and grow hair. It also helps develop sexual desire and interest. The most common problems of men are enlarged prostate and testicular cancer.
It is possible for male sexual dysfunction to be caused by the excess or improper use of female sex hormone hormones or by other hormonal problems, but the cause is usually unknown. The problem is likely a combination of both problems. There is no clear scientific evidence that indicates that testosterone or other male sex hormones help in the treatment of the problem, but it is possible. If you have male sexual dysfunction, you probably have a combination of problems. The most common problem is a condition called male hypogonadism. This condition means that you have too little testosterone.