Budeima and Kenewa


I have a serious problem of premature ejaculation. I am a type 2 diabetes patient. Is there a useful medication for me?

Patty Bonsignore


Premature ejaculation is not a problem we see commonly in type 2 diabetes. The problem we see more commonly is erectile dysfunction, which is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection long enough to permit satisfactory sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction is more common in people who have diabetes than those who do not, because of the negative effects uncontrolled diabetes can have on the nerves and blood flow involved in normal penile function. However, this is not the same type of problem you are having. If you haven’t already done so, it will be important for you to be evaluated by a healthcare professional. Talk to your doctor about the possibility of seeing a urologist . For some, it can be uncomfortable or embarrassing to talk about sexual issues with your doctor, but it’s important because there may be ways to treat the condition. Sometimes this type of problem can be caused by the prostate, but there is no way to know unless you have it evaluated.