By siraj Latest Reply 2010-03-25 18:27:02 -0500
Started 2010-03-25 00:51:49 -0500

Can anyone help me solving my problem i.e. I am unable to make sex since last 3 years due to my diabetic 2 problem

4 replies

Elrond 2010-03-25 18:27:02 -0500 Report

Back in the mid-90's, when I was still considered a type 2, my terribly uncontrolled diabetes caused neurological difficulties that led to total impotence. This didn't affect my desire, only my ability to 'perform'. Needless to say, I found myself extremely frustrated. Fortunately I had very good health insurance at the time and they paid for a penile implant. Now I'm able to 'outperform' men half my age. You might look into that possibility.

MAYS 2010-03-25 17:07:35 -0500 Report


Thanks for coming forward and commenting on a male issue.
Most men (although it's personal) won't speak up, own up or comment on male issues such as low testosterone, (ER) erectile dysfunction, impotence, male pattern baldness, rejection or anything male related.
Some issues are diabetes or disease related, genetic, stress related and some are just facts of life and need to be dealt with intelligently not " manly " or " barbarically ".
Find out what has to be done, do it and live your life, happily !


SkipT 2010-03-25 16:48:44 -0500 Report

You should have your testosterone tested. I was actually below 120! I was suffering from Andropause, which is the male version of menopause. My doctor started me on androgel and thinks have really improved. Also my attitude has improved. It is more common in men than most people think.
The diabetes is also a problem since it can cause blood flow problems. Try and get that under control.

MAYS 2010-03-25 02:35:15 -0500 Report

Welcome to Diabetic Connect !

First and foremost, your condition should be evaluated by a medical professional, diabetes can have serious affect both mentally as well as physically on both males and females, creating psychological problems as well.

You must manage your diabetes and control your glucose level to prevent the complications of diabetes, as you do so many of the complications of diabetes will began to show improvement or go away completely unless there is damage either major or minor.

Talk to your doctor and take your diabetes and treatment procedures very seriously, it takes time, education and determination to combat diabetes, and it can be done, not over night, not in a day, but it can be done and it starts with you !

Best wishes on your road to recovery and understanding.


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