Could Iron Help with PGAD? Let's Investigate!
This month’s blog post is going to be rather short and vague, but I hope it will turn out to be valuable! The PGAD survey has been running for over 18 months now and I always have a skim read of the answers when I print them off. Although I haven’t started to do any in-depth analysis yet, I have noticed that a lot of respondents who meet the criteria for PGAD are listing iron deficiency anaemia as a comorbid condition. This is interesting, because there is a small amount of research to suggest that iron status might be a factor in Restless Legs Syndrome, which is thought to be closely related to Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder. Speaking from personal experience, my own PGAD became worse when I stopped taking an iron supplement, but quickly improved once I started again.I would therefore suggest that if anyone would like to assist…Read the full article