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Does Diabetes Cause Erectile Dysfunction?

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Share Upto 70% of people with diabetes have nerve damage which impacts the neurological response and limits the signal to increase arterial blood flow – Diabetes Induced Erectile Dysfunction (DIED) How important is the association between erectile dysfunction or what is more commonly called male impotence and diabetes? It is estimated that probably the majority of men will suffer from this condition at some stage in their lives and that for some of them this is a condition that doesn’t last for long and goes away just as …

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Sugar will Wreck Your Sex Drive

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Share What’s the biggest culprit that knocks sex hormones out of balance and makes you lose your sex drive and ability? Sugar! That’s right, excessive sugar can wreck your sex life. Sugar lowers testosterone, it reduces growth hormone production. It also creates leptin resistance and makes you tired as well as triggering stress and anxiety. Let’s talk about testosterone first. …

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We Need to Discuss Our Sex Life and Diabetes

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Share I’m a 46 year old diabetic and I’ve been single most of my life. I’ve recently moved in with my partner and we’re planning to get married. I like a sex life, but he wants to make love daily, sometimes twice a day and I often don’t feel like it. I’ve tried to talk to him but it doesn’t …

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Help! Diabetic got too Fat for Sex

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Share Diabetic Emma Wilson, 32, found her marriage crumbling because of one big problem. Wrapping my thick dressing gown round my pyjamas, I switched off the bedroom light and got into bed. My husband, Alistair, reached across and put his hand on my hip. “Not tonight, darling,” I said, my voice muffled under the duvet. It was September 2014 and …

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Impotency and the Waist Line

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Share Until recently, a man unable to develop or sustain an erection sufficient for penetrative sexual intercourse has been referred to as ‘impotent’. This term, however, has negative connotations which imply a general loss of prowess in other domains of mental and physical function. Although the problem is most commonly the result of isolated malfunction of penile erection, diminished or …

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