What is hyperglycemia postprandial meaning, the treatment for it, and how you know you have it.
Pour yourself a cup of Joe. That morning coffee could provide an unexpected health benefit.
What happens when you have high blood sugar, especially if you’re hyperglycemic and pregnant?
ED could be performance anxiety or something more serious, such as undiagnosed prediabetes.
The risk factors for both are mostly influenced by an individual's age and obesity.
Urinary tract infections are a common complication of high blood sugar, but there are solutions.
Urinary tract infections are a common complication of high blood sugar, but there are solutions.
How does the nervous system work to help you get hard and what can go wrong?
Diabetes is associated with ED, but could the treatment also be to blame?
Start now on diabetes prevention. Its risk factors are modifiable with lifestyle adaptations.
Panelists discuss the benefits of real-time diabetes technology and the need for more access.
Panelists discuss the benefits of real-time diabetes technology and the need for more access.
How can something so sweet cause sexual dysfunction?
How can something so sweet cause sexual dysfunction?
Erections, libido and ejaculation can all fall victim to this chronic condition.
Erections, libido and ejaculation can all fall victim to this chronic condition.
Lifestyle modifications and medications allow patients to live long, fulfilling lives.
More than 100 such conditions affect millions of Americans by attacking healthy cells.
Females with the disease report vaginal dryness, low desire, painful sex and more symptoms.
ED, Peyronie's, low-T and other conditions have been tied to the chronic disease.
ED, Peyronie's, low-T and other conditions have been tied to the chronic disease.
You can mitigate the effects of this disease and live a fulfilling life—a great sex life, too.
You can mitigate the effects of this disease and live a fulfilling life—a great sex life, too.
Realizing you have CKD is your most important first step and then you make plans from there.
These are the indicators of what could become a lifelong chronic health condition.
There are key differences between types 1 and 2 of this life-changing, chronic health condition.
Impacting way more than your waistline, these pervasive chemicals can affect your sexual health.
Painful inflammation of the penis head primarily affects diabetic men with blood sugar issues.
The first-line may cause erectile dysfunction, according to research.
The first-line may cause erectile dysfunction, according to research.
More than 1 in 10 Americans have diabetes. Half of those don't even know they have it.
A study suggests the practice might help people with prediabetes prevent progression.
Men with the disease are more prone to developing ED at a younger age than those without it.
Nursing while diabetic is generally safe for both mom and baby. Here's what to keep in mind.
When I was diagnosed at 17, I didn't realize the impact it would have on my intimacy.
A diagnosis may sound demoralizing, but this condition doesn't have to lead to diabetes.
Understanding your genetic and behavioral risk factors can prevent a major cardiac event.
The new drug, Mounjaro, lowers blood-sugar levels, a proven boon to overall and sexual health.
Boosting microRNA-210 could curb vascular damage, study suggests, and possibly any resulting ED.
Researchers unearthed a potential connection between metformin and genital defects in baby boys.
Penis not as sensitive as it was? Is it causing erectile dysfunction? Here are some answers.
The disease affects the production of this molecule, which could leave your sex life hanging.
The future of medicines and technology is making this condition more manageable.
Erectile dysfunction has multiple causes and treatments, but many patients get limited choices.
Erectile dysfunction has multiple causes and treatments, but many patients get limited choices.
Exercising in the cold has some added bonuses, but it's not right for everyone.
Managing diabetes may feel like an uphill battle, but the climb is simpler than you think.
The two organs control key underlying factors that support the entire process of erections.
Here's how the body makes this contraceptive injection last for three months.
Keeping prostate- and vascular-caused urinary symptoms in check may lead to better erections.
The reason may not matter in the moment, but sometimes ED is the exception, not the rule.
Neuropathy and heart meds can affect results, but other options exist to treat dysfunction.
Erections are all about blood flow, and high glucose levels can damage the passageways.
Pay less attention to catchy marketing and more attention to Mother Nature.
The noticeable bend of Peyronie's disease isn't always due to one distinct injury.
The tingling in your fingers and toes could indicate future penile problems for men.
Poor management of blood glucose may impair the healing of tiny tears in penile tissue.
Poor management of blood glucose may impair the healing of tiny tears in penile tissue.
Given the close ties between the disease and ED, men should know more about high-tech tools.
Diabetes comes with many secondary complications, including potential sleep problems.
There's little harm in the DIY approach, but there's also little or no clinical advantage.
A new diagnosis can be overwhelming, but with practice, you can learn to control the disease.
A new study shows an antidiabetic medication lowers testosterone, but doctors aren't concerned.
Treatments are available that can bypass the sensory input otherwise needed for erections.
While the diet may feel restrictive, it's worth it for the health of you and your baby.
Some 'healthy' foods aren't a great choice for men with diabetes. Avoid this elevated-GI fare.
They enhance the flavors, the colors and the aroma of food—and they're good for you, too.
If you're able to attain but not maintain an erection, faulty veins might be the problem.
Treatable in its early stages, this skin infection causes scrotal problems if ignored.
A loss of sensation in your penis might originate elsewhere, but the causes can be treated.
The impact on your emotional and cognitive health can be profound in the short- and long-term.
Ringing in your ears may sound like no big deal, but there could be worse to come.
More than one-third of Americans get less sleep than they should. There are consequences.
A blockage in the abdominal aorta limits blood flow to the legs and another important body part.
Disordered eating is more than just a social sickness, the author writes.
Addressing a lack of testosterone may head off blood sugar issues or help manage current ones.
Don't put it off any longer. It's time for a complete physical and other tests.
Coping with the bad news can be difficult—staying positive and being proactive is key.
If you suffer from these conditions, update your menu with sources of flavonoids and lycopene.
The popular diet trend requires a major tweak to truly be healthy.
Managing both conditions comes down to common sense. Talking to your doctor is a great start.
While this disease is uncommon, it's also dangerous, so early detection is key to beating it.
Studies indicate an indirect but important relationship between gum disease and ED.
We are what we eat—but maybe we are what we pee, as well.
If you suffer from depression, antidepressants can be a lifesaver. But do they pose risks?
It's not a magic potion, but as part of a lifestyle, these foods can confer healthy rewards.
Healthy blood pressure equals healthy blood flow, which equals healthy erectile function.
No motivation to get up and go exercise? Try a different approach.
The mechanics of diabetes-related damage are complicated, but controllable.
The first can cause the second, which can be a sign of the first. It's all about blood flow.
A bladder sling requires highly specialized surgery that benefits more people than you'd think.
Prolonged exposure to an elevated blood glucose level can cause erectile dysfunction.
Doctors still don't know exactly what causes GD, but the condition can impact you and your baby.
After diabetes rendered standard ED fixes moot, I found a new sex life with an implant.
Well done or rare, too much red meat might make for fewer erections.
Testosterone deficiency is common in men with diabetes, and that can lead to sexual dysfunction.
Since PCOS affects your body's delicate hormonal balance, what else can follow?
You expect it to affect nerves in your feet and legs, but your testicles? Yep, there, too.
I was so trapped in my body, I never thought I’d escape. When I did, I gained a whole new self.
In an instant, everything changes. Learning to cope is the only way forward.
Your brain and body depend on sugar, but how much is too much or not enough in your diet?
Sometimes your penis is more sensitive, sometimes it's less. Why does it change?
Whether T2 is a new or old challenge in your life, these refresher FAQs can help.
Understanding how to manage common complications is essential for a happy, healthy pregnancy.
You probably know someone with an autoimmune disease, but what does it mean?
Certain dietary and lifestyle changes can tame inflammation and improve your libido.
A 2019 study shows that high-intensity gym rats are more likely to get injured than beginners.
Sex involves the mind and body, and your orgasm difficulty may have causes rooted in either.
Beyond prostate issues, several other conditions may be causing your frequent bathroom trips.
Help your partner manage these conditions so both of you can enjoy a satisfying sex life.
If you're having trouble getting ready for love, your beer belly could be the culprit.
Many men suffer from erectile dysfunction, but that doesn't mean you can't prevent it.
Since the two conditions are so closely tied together, treating one should improve both.
Learn what you can do to maintain your erections so diabetes won't wreck your love life.
Diabetic men are more prone to erectile issues than men at large. Get answers that help.
As exercise, running is an excellent option, but it could contribute to urinary issues.
If you have diabetes and cope with ED, you can still have a good sex life. Find out how.
If you have diabetes, you have an elevated risk of ED. Find out what you can do about it.
The links are so clear that ED can even predict cardiovascular problems.
If you're diabetic and struggling with sexual dysfunction, the two may be connected.
There are several steps you can take to treat diabetes and ED. Here's what you need to know.
Keeping blood sugar in check by watching your diet can also help with erectile function.
Challenges of diabetes and erectile dysfunction are intertwined but readily manageable.
The link between ED and diabetes is clear, but your doctor can tell you more.
A leaner, meaner you means lower blood sugar and better erections.
Lifestyle changes and proper treatments could help get you in the mood.
It's not all in your head when it comes to ED, but some of it might be.
Studies of testosterone's effect on diabetes also offer insights into erectile dysfunction.
Medical procedures may offer a fix for ED, but you need to know the risks involved.
Men with diabetes are more likely to suffer from ED, but do ED drugs work well for diabetic men?
Not sure what's true about diabetes and ED? It's because myths abound. Learn the facts.
A common cause of so-called dry orgasms, retrograde ejaculation can also cause fertility issues.
A lower weight has all kinds of health benefits, adding greater gusto for living and loving.
Understanding your ED means first knowing how diabetes and erections interact with each other.
Frequent sufferers don't despair: This troublesome fungal infection is easily treated.
Think you know it all about eating disorders? Don't be so sure.
Today, we know more about both erectile dysfunction and depression than we ever have.
Minimal effort can reap major benefits with these easy exercises—if you know what you're doing.
This misunderstood molecule is the bedrock of your boner, so get the facts.
What you think you know about PEVR, and the needs of your own ego, might be wrong.
Let's separate the facts from the fiction on this important health issue.
If you have diabetes, you have an elevated risk of ED. Find out what you can do about it.
Diabetes can cause side effects in unexpected ways and places, especially in the bedroom.
Forget that rare, juicy steak—a plant-based diet may help combat ED symptoms.
Fifty percent of men older than 40 suffer from ED, a number that increases with age.
It’s already getting you through your day. Can coffee get you through sex, as well?
Cardiovascular health is a key for maintaining a healthy sex life as you age.
Recognize the roadblocks to orgasms and learn the potential solutions to getting off.
Insulin issues accompany polycystic ovary syndrome. The right food can help you stay balanced.
Learning the symptoms of this reproductive syndrome can help prevent long-term effects.
Researchers believe erectile dysfunction could be a sign of cardiovascular problems.
The evolution of HIV/AIDS treatment has helped many patients enjoy normal life expectancy.
Focus on foods that enhance your diet, sexual performance and overall health—at the same time!
Watch for the warning signs of heart disease, and learn how you can prevent this deadly disease.
Regular checkups can help expectant mothers identify symptoms and protect against preeclampsia.
A little known disorder, Peyronie’s can affect the appearance and function of your penis.
Increasing your penile sensitivity can improve sexual sensations in the bedroom.
A healthy sperm count points to good overall health, so keep your count high with these tips.
The decision to get a penile implant is a serious one and calls for some serious research.
Diabetes can cause sexual struggles for men and women. Thankfully, a little knowledge can help.
Diabetes and ED share common underlying factors. Addressing the source is often the solution.
Solving the mysteries of erectile dysfunction can ease anxiety and prepare you for next steps.