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Vitamin d deficiency
I m getting erection problem my vitamin D is 18 reference range 30 to 100 ,SHBG is 18.4 reference range 13 to 70...and all reports are normal.. Vitamin d deficiency i tested..so i m getting erection problem due to vitamin D...
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Hi, Erection can due to either physical, metabolic or psychological problems. Most common cause is psychological stress and emotions problems (Depression, anxiety etc) Detailed evaluation is required. Vitamin D, may not direct cause erectile dysfunction, but some scientific studies have shown relation between vitamin d def and depression.
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Hi Your vitamin D is low but unlikely that your erectile dysfunction is due to the same. ED can be caused by multiple factors. Firstly get yourself evaluated by a urologist and rule out organic causes for ED. If that’s ruled out it might be psychological for which you need to consult a psychiatrist.
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