Diabetes can affect couples’ sex lives in two different ways:
- when you have diabetes
- When your partner has diabetes
Read on and understand everything about it!
Neuropathy and sex life
THE autonomic neuropathy often affects the organs that control the urination and the sexual function. Nerve damage can prevent the bladder from emptying completely, so bacteria grow more easily in the urinary area (bladder and kidneys).
When the nerves to the bladder are damaged, the individual may have difficulty knowing when the bladder is full or controlling it, resulting in urinary incontinence.
Nerve damage and circulatory problems caused by diabetes They can also lead to a gradual loss of sexual response in both men and women, although sexual desire does not change. A man cannot have erections or reach orgasm without ejaculating.
I recorded 2 videos, where I explain what happens to diabetic men and women and the sex life.
Diabetes and sex life: women
Diabetes and sex life: men
UNDERSTAND HOW DIABETES AFFECTS YOUR SEXUAL HEALTH
Discover how Diabetes may be Interfering with the Quality of your Sexual Life and Find Solutions to your Problems.
Answer the following questions:
– Does sexual activity matter in your life?
– Do you have diabetes and have difficulty in your sexual life?
– Do you feel pain during sexual intercourse?
– Do you have diabetes and want to get pregnant?
– Or do you want to take a break, but you don’t know what method of contraception to use?
– Are you in menopause and have diabetes?
– Do you want to know if diabetes can cause infertility?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, you should read the e-book: “SEX and DIABETES: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
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