I am 33 M , borderline diabetic. I was diagnosed with low testosterone(8.2 nmol/L) normal range(8.4 - 28. and low sperm count. I also noticed that I wasn't having harder erections and morning erections.
I started regulating my blood glucose levels strictly, exercise regularly and got the hba1c below to 5.7 . I am on clomid for past 3 months. I have been consistent and regular with the time I take the pill except for couple of days from the past 2 weeks.
After 2 months on Clomid, my erections were better and also started getting strong morning wood too. Now, its almost end of the 3 month cycle that doctor prescribed and I don't have morning erections from past week.
I am going to get a hormonal workup next week . But , want to check if anyone observed the same ?
I have been on Clomid on and off about 6 times and yes thats a normal experience, 2 months are great but after that the likes of nocturnal erections will start to subside and tend to zero.
The culprit is usually blamed on increasingly elevated Estrogen which builds up to a higher ratio than your Testosterone which gives you these poor outcomes for ED and lower libido.
This even on low doses such as 12.5mg every other day.
At your young age I suspect your dosage is probably too high if its 25mg every day, the younger you are the stronger the effect on Testosterone clomid has. ( 12.5 mg every other day is a good start point)
You probably need to look at your bloods again including Estrogen E2 and also do a sperm test though sperm takes quite a long time to build, 6 months or longer to really get near its peak ( spermatogenous is a slow process).
My last foray into a Clomid protocol was fairly complex using Clomid, anastrozole (AI) and Cabergoline plus a few other vits and supplements, this gave a very good result on 25mg eod ( every other day) with strong nocturnal erections which lasted for about 6 months or so and good T levels and extremely high sperm count ( given I was 61, your dosage seems far too high).
When you get your next blood tests you probably should test for LH and FSH both of which affect fertility and T levels. You should probably test for Prolactin and albumin and SHBG (albumin is helpful for calculating your free T )
I presume your Doc also did a Thyroid panel?