When your testosterone is too low:
A low level of testosterone causes many symptoms such as reduced reduced sex drive and erectile function, loss of body hair, less beard growth, loss of lean muscle mass and low energy all the time.
When your estrogen is out of balance:
Men with too much estrogen may develop an increase in fatty chest tissue, and they may have difficulty getting or maintaining an erection.
When your progesterone is out of balance:
Low progesterone levels in men may produce symptoms including bone loss, erectile dysfunction, fatigue, hair loss and/or weight gain.
When your thyroid is out of balance:
In men, low thyroid levels can cause several different types of sexual dysfunction. Some studies report that about 60% of men with hypothyroidism have low libido (sexual desire), erectile dysfunction, or delayed ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is much less common, affecting about 7% of men.