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Not sure what's true about diabetes and ED? It's because myths abound. Learn the facts.
By David Hopper
Reviewed by Christopher Kim, M.D. | Urology
by Giddy Staff
Understanding your ED means first knowing how diabetes and erections interact with each other.
by Kurtis Bright
Studies of testosterone's effect on diabetes also offer insights into erectile dysfunction.
If you're diabetic and struggling with sexual dysfunction, the two may be connected.
by Kelly Kling
Diabetes and ED share common underlying factors. Addressing the source is often the solution.
Diabetes can cause sexual struggles for men and women. Thankfully, a little knowledge can help.
by Haley Gray
A leaner, meaner you means lower blood sugar and better erections.
Men with diabetes are more likely to suffer from ED, but do ED drugs work well for diabetic men?
by David Hopper
The link between ED and diabetes is clear, but your doctor can tell you more.
Keeping blood sugar in check by watching your diet can also help with erectile function.
Prevent and Treat Erectile Dysfunction Naturally with Food
Focus on foods that enhance your diet, sexual performance and overall health—at the same time!
By Sarah Morris
10 Common Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
Fifty percent of men older than 40 suffer from ED, a number that increases with age.
By Erin Coleman
What to Do When Your Partner Doesn't Want to Talk About ED
You're in bed, but your partner can't get or stay hard; and won't talk about it. Now what?
By Nicole Baumann
By Emily Blaire
By Giddy Staff
By Kurtis Bright
By Madeleine Williams, MPH