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Thyroid Disorders Cause Erectile Dysfunction

Postby stevie84 on Mon Dec 21, 2009 7:05 am

Thyroid disorders cause erectile dysfunction is detected by the Scientists. Erectile dysfunction is caused by many reasons like heart diseases, emotional disorders, excess of steroid intake, and dysthamia. Researchers have claimed that one of common cause for the erectile dysfunction is the thyroid disorders.
All of the men in the study were then treated for their thyroid disease. After the treatment, it was observed that 15 percent of men with hypothyroidism got the proper erection, whereas the symptoms of erectile dysfunction disappear in the men with hyperthyroidism.
The study also showed that not only the old men but also young men were affected by the erectile dysfunction because of the Thyroid disorders. Thus, it was clear that men with thyroid disorders are prone to erectile dysfunction.
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Re: Thyroid Disorders Cause Erectile Dysfunction

Postby creteera on Wed Jun 22, 2011 10:41 am

How do I return my thyroid levels to homeostasis?
I have been on Mitotropin for 30 days and I am afraid that my thyroid levels have decreased post-mito since mito increases the amount of T3 cells in the body. I am 18. I do not know for sure if Mitotropin has done this, but I am always fearing the worst. How can I return thyroid levels to homeostasis if they have been effected?
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Re: Thyroid Disorders Cause Erectile Dysfunction

Postby ian on Tue Jul 26, 2011 8:58 am

creteera wrote:How do I return my thyroid levels to homeostasis?
I have been on Mitotropin for 30 days and I am afraid that my thyroid levels have decreased post-mito since mito increases the amount of T3 cells in the body. I am 18. I do not know for sure if Mitotropin has done this, but I am always fearing the worst. How can I return thyroid levels to homeostasis if they have been effected?


I think that is something you should be talking to your doctor about.
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