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What is the best over-the-counter vitamin for erectile dysfunction?

Not vitamins but... Erectile dysfunction can have many causes so no single treatment will work for everyone, but many men have success with a seaweed extract called seanol (sold as fibronol by nutricology), shown in a study to work better than viagra (sildenafil) (!). The Amino Acid l-arginine (2000 mg) can help, as can zinc & various herbs such as ashwagandha, rhodiola, ginseng, gingko, maca and tribulus. Read more...

Are there any herbs, vitamins or supplements that help with erectile dysfunction?

I am not. aware of any herbs or supplements or vitamins that can help in ED. Most important thing is that you get tested to exclude any treatable medical condition, such as diabetes, that might be the underlying cause. Read more...

Does vitamin deficiency correlate to erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction. Despite the numerous advertisements to suggest deficiencies in certain nutrients or vitamins will [or can] result in erectile dysfunction, none have been shown to be clinically evident. Read more...

How's vitamin D deficiency causes with erectile dysfunction? Is it related to endothelium damage?

Endothelial damage. Endothelial damage to blood vessels usally has multiple causes. Research indicates that the damage occurs when endothelial cells are in an "inflammatory" state, yet this state is not due to vitamin or anti-oxidant deficiencies alone. Other metabolic factors such as LDL levels and LDL subtypes, diabetes, mechanical sheer stress from elevated blood pressure and genetic factors all play a role. Read more...

Hi. Age 35 male. Vitamin D3 = 10, Testosterone = 153, Uric acid = 10.1 - Erectile dysfunction as well. Are they interlinked? Can there be 1 root cause

No one root cause. Hi. No one root cause. Your low testosterone needs to be worked up, but it's very likely related to your ED. The low vitamin D (probably 25(OH)vitamin D, NOT vit. D3) is due to lack of sun exposure and poor dietary supplementation; take vit. D3 supplements. Your uric acid elevation could be insulin resistance/type 2 diabetes or gout. No one root cause for all of those. You doc will help. Good luck. Read more...