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Diabetes and ED


Not sure what's true about diabetes and ED? It's because myths abound. Learn the facts.

Reviewed by Christopher Kim, M.D. , | Urology, | Urology

The Basics
Living with Diabetes and ED

The Basics

The Facts About Diabetes and ED

If you have diabetes, you have an elevated risk of ED. Find out what you can do about it.

Tingling in your fingers and toes should ring alarm bells, and maybe your organ's death knell.

Help your partner manage these conditions so both of you can enjoy a satisfying sex life.

Diabetic men are more prone to erectile issues than men at large. Get answers that help.


Treatment of Diabetes and ED

There are several steps you can take to treat diabetes and ED. Here's what you need to know.

A new study shows an antidiabetic medication lowers testosterone, but doctors aren't concerned.

Testosterone deficiency is common in men with diabetes, and that can lead to sexual dysfunction.

Since the two conditions are so closely tied together, treating one should improve both.

Living with Diabetes and ED

Living With Diabetes and ED

If you have diabetes and cope with ED, you can still have a good sex life. Find out how.

Given the close ties between the disease and ED, men should know more about high-tech tools.

Some 'healthy' foods aren't a great choice for men with diabetes. Avoid this elevated-GI fare.

Addressing a lack of testosterone may head off blood sugar issues or help manage current ones.