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Erectile Dysfunction Can Affect Quality of Life in Type 2s

For men with type 2 who suffer from erectile dysfunction, quality of life can decrease over the course of three years, according to the results of a recent study.

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ED Can Lead to Decreased Quality of Life in Type 2 Men
ED Can Lead to Decreased Quality of Life in Type 2 Men

For men with type 2 who suffer from erectile dysfunction, quality of life can decrease over the course of three years, according to the results of a recent study.

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Diabetes and Dating
Diabetes and Dating

Jan and Kevin were starting to “get romantic” when Jan noticed that Kevin was, uncharacteristically, losing interest. His skin had become moist and clammy and his movements slowed. Jan ran for his monitor. Kevin checked his blood glucose—it was in the low 50s. Fortunately, he had some glucose tablets at the bedside and quickly treated his low.

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Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile Dysfunction

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‘The Secrets of Living and Loving With Diabetes’
‘The Secrets of Living and Loving With Diabetes’

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Getting a Head Start on Valentine’s Day
Getting a Head Start on Valentine’s Day

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Canadian Men's Clinic
Canadian Men's Clinic

Approximately 50% of men with Diabetes will experience erectile difficulties.

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Give Your Relationship a Reality Check

Having a chronic disease like diabetes can put a great deal of pressure on a relationship. In fact the divorce rate for people with chronic diseases is known to be higher than that of the general population.

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Erectile Dysfunction Common With Diabetes

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Vacuum Therapy Device for ED Now Available

Despite the widespread publicity their condition has received, a high percentage of men suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED) have failed to seek treatment with prescription therapies. This failure to seek treatment is primarily attributed to the great difficulty men have discussing ED with their doctors.

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