Hyperthyroid Causes PE?


Hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism causes weak erection and premature ejaculation.

Case #: 
343

Concern:

I went to the doctor’s recently, and he measured my thyroid levels. Please note, I do suffer from premature ejaculations and weak erections. Here are the results:
 
Cortisol Morning (saliva) 8.6 Ok ng/ml 3.7-9.5
Cortisol Noon (saliva) 1.0 L ng/ml 1.2-3.0
Cortisol Evening (saliva) 1.9 Ok ng/ml 0.6-1.9
Cortisol Night (salvia) .6 ng/ml .4 - 1.0
 
Thyroglobulin antibodies 204 iU/mL <20
Thyroid Peroxidase antis >1000 iU/mL <35
 
DHEA-S 306 mcg/dl 110-510
FSH 6.9 miu/mL (1.6 - 8.0)
LH 4.4 miu/mL (1.5 - 9.3)
E2 33 pg/ml ( 13 - 54)
Cortisol AM 16.4 mcg/dl ( 4 - 22)
 
SHBG 32 nmol/L (7 - 44)
T3, FREE 338 pg/dl (230-420)
T4, FREE 1.3 ng/dl (.8 - 827)
TSH, 3rd Generation .03 miu/L (.4 - 4.5)
 
Prolactin 8.1 ng/mL (2.0 - 18.0)
Total Test. 767 ng/dl ( 240 - 827)
Estradiol, Ultrasensitive (LC/MS/MS) 18 pg/ml < OR - 29
DHT 85 ng/dl (25-75)

Discussion:

Every man prematurely ejaculates, from novices to adult film starts. Do not feel bad if you ejaculate earlier than expected—it happens. Now, if you ejaculate prematurely in every sexual encounter, then you may have a problem. Please be aware, hyperthyroidism may be one cause for your issue. Poor diet, anxiety, over masturbation and medications can weaken your ejaculatory valve leading to premature ejaculation.
 
What The Tests Show
After reviewing your test results, it appears that your Cortisol Morning (saliva) and Cortisol Evening (saliva) show high levels of anxiety due to an excessive adrenal medulla function. In addition, your TSH (0.03 mIU/L) is too low (normal range is 0.4 - 4.5 mIU/L) while your T4 is too high. Normally, if there is a low level of thyroid hormone in the body, the pituitary will increase production of TSH to stimulate the thyroid to produce more thyroid hormone. Therefore your low TSH indicates that you may be suffering from hyperthyroidism.
 
The Science of an Ejaculation
When you ejaculate, the body releases essential hormones, from androgen hormones, such as testosterone and estrogen, that control male sexual characteristics to inflammatory hormones, such as prostaglandin E-2 that relax muscles. When you ejaculate too much or when hormone levels remain imbalanced (often due to hyperthyroidism), the body cannot reduce the levels of DHT, a hormone that when reduced, inflames your prostate and depletes Acetylcholine, a neurotrasmitter critical for controling and ejaculation.
 
What The Tests Say
High TSH and low T4 levels cause a deficiency of testosterone and DHT. When combined with excessive prostaglandin E-2, the body will be unable to maintain a firm erection. Since your problems stem from a hormone imbalance, you may need to use all-natural remedies to help balance your thyroid hormone production and restore the health of ejaculatory nerves for better ejaculation control.

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bradrga's picture
bradrga posted on Wed, 10/02/2013 - 09:22
You've got it the other way around.  It's the Sexual Exhaustion and whatnot that causes thyroid (or more specifically: immune) problems.  Also, what Richard doesn't tell you here is that you indefinitely - at least right now - have autoimmune Hashimoto's Thyroiditis.  As you can see on your own test results, your TPO (Thyroid Peroxidase) is 1000 when the functional range goes from 0-34.  I too have high TPO but mine is 108.  The more I see of stuff like this, the more I know that masturbation is the problem.
Ethan5KT's picture
Ethan5KT posted on Wed, 05/29/2013 - 11:51
If you have problems with premature ejaculation then I really suggest that you just relax. I like to relax and use breathing methods. I really suggest something that I've personally used, Harmonic Qi Gong. Hopefully that helps you out.
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