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Diabetes, How to prevent Erectile Dysfunction? – FAQ

1 in 4 men over age 65 experience some degree of erectile dysfunction (ED).1And men with diabetes experience ED at three times the rate of non-diabetics2because of the damage diabetes can cause to the nerves and blood vessels that control the ability to get an erection.

ED and Diabetes

Diabetes can cause nerve, blood vessel, and muscle damage that results in problems like pain, numbing or loss of sensation in the hands and feet.3 These issues can also result in ED problems, because nerve signals and blood flow are necessary to the process of getting an erection. And as men with diabetes get older, ED problems become even more common.4

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What it means for you

If you are a diabetic and experiencing ED, talk with your doctor or diabetes educator about the treatment options that may be best for you. Dr Janine David share with us her advices and recommendations to prevent erectile dysfunction. Dr Janine David is a GP who specialises in Men’s and Women’s sexual health. She qualified as a GP in 2001 and has been a GP partner in Portway Surgery, Porthcawl for the past 12 years.

 

 

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