I am 21 years old man.
I recently experience an erection dysfunction in the past mobth. I should mention that I had sleeping issues, stomach pains and weakness.
I had a blood test and I discovered that I have low ferritin amount (5.54) when the minimum is about 24 . Is that the reason I have weak erections? I started taking iron and folic pills and I feel that it gets some better but I feel like I don't have strong erections as I had. This issue happened a day after I masturbated and felt a little pain at the top of the pinness.
So I wonder if it's the ferretin which causes it or the masturbation ( I don't feel that pain anymore) or could it be testosterone low level ( I workout alot at the gym tho). And I don't have strong morning erections as well.
I feel really depresed because I can't hold it erectiled during sex if I try to put a condom ( if I stop touching it for few seconds it just falls)
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on December 24, 2018
at 06:01 AM
Symtomps of Low-Ferritin are as follow
-Low vitality levels or perpetual weariness.
-Expanded male pattern baldness or absence of hair development.
-Decreased immune function.
-Symtoms of GI related issues.
-Hypothyroid like manifestations low ferritin compounds thyroid capacity (low vitality, weakness, male pattern baldness, and so on.)
-Failure to endure practice and lessen in general action level.
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on December 21, 2018
at 05:27 AM
Its is 100% true due to low ferritin your sexual hormone get unbalanced. Your estrogen, progesterone, or testosterone can get affected due to this your sexual interest get low. You can consult your family doctor or if you want the immediate result on your problem you can take this caverta remedy. I hope this will help you. Thank You!
on May 29, 2018
at 06:23 AM
Yes low levels of ferritin can cause erection problems in men. Ferritin is a protein which helps to store iron in the body tissues. A man obtains an erection only if there is a sufficient amount of blood supply to the penile region. Low levels of ferritin results in anemia. Anemia decreases the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood which affects the man's stamina and he is left with little energy to indulge in sexual intercourse.