Diabetes can cause sexual impotence
When we think of diabetes, the first thing that comes to mind is the increase in blood sugar. And it is precisely because of this increase in blood sugar that diabetes is a disease that worries us so much. Eyes, kidneys, nerves, heart and blood vessels are affected by the large amount of sugar, which leads to malfunctioning of various organs ... Causing problems like heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure.
A disease that may be a consequence of poor diabetes controlled is sexual impotence. In order to have an erection, it is important that the blood vessels and the nerves of sensitivity of the genital region are healthy. The big question here is that in diabetes there is a damage to the functioning of blood vessels and nerves. From the clogging of the vessels, called atherosclerosis - by the accumulation of fat inside your walls - to the insensitivity of the nerves that stimulate the erection, there is a whole set of factors that contribute to impotence.
The first step for the patient diabetic who is suffering from impotence is controlling blood sugar levels quickly and effectively. Use the right medications and control medication and nutrition, exercise and have medical follow-up: these are the main points of treatment.
In some cases, medications will be needed to help blood vessels in the penis to function better . In this case, consultation with your endocrinologist and urologist will help you to know the best treatment. The most important is to seek treatment and control your diabetes!
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