Diabetes and his erections

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Diabetes and his erections

Postby sambuca on Thu May 14, 2009 2:38 pm

Hello. I reached this forum through randomly stumbling forums and having read other posts, found myself encouraged to share my story here. I am a married women and we've been together for almost ten years. My hub is 38 years old. We always used to enjoy being together in the bed room untill last year when things started going wrong. He was always tired and it was very difficult to stimulate him for sex. We talked about it with each other and decided to see our GP. It was the time when my husband was diagnosed with diabetes. He's been having all the diagnosed medicine since then now his diabetes is quite under control. His health is improving and the drugs he was on are being reduced.Things are getting better except for sex. Nothing seems to work. Patches, tablets ... and all sorts. Nothing works and I am so frustrated now. Sex is not like it used to be before for us. This is going to kill our relationship if we don't do anything about it. I have posted this question here for some suggestions. Has anyone else gone through this condition? Can Viagra help in our scenario? Please help. We have even tried some ed pills - and they didn't do anything perhaps they were bloody so fake.... and where from and how do you people get Viagra with the assurance that it is original.
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Re: Diabetes and his erections

Postby ian on Sun May 17, 2009 11:52 am

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Re: Diabetes and his erections

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Re: Diabetes and his erections

Postby Hulk on Mon Oct 05, 2009 1:51 pm


Don't see how a gastric band will the help the lady whoes husband had diabetes and ED.

Surely your Doctor will write a prescription, if not on the NHS, the surely a private one. If you are not happy with your GP's help, or they will not prescribe ED therapy (viagra etc), then is there a health reason. If not, then as the previous person said, MSC in the above banner have been suppling genuine medication since the year dot.

I'd try them first. :mrgreen:
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Diabetes and his erections

Postby Mischelstraus on Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:35 am

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability of a man to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for his sexual needs or the needs of his partner. Erectile dysfunction is sometimes called as impotence.
Diabetes damages blood vessels and nerves throughout body. When blood vessels and nerves which control erection, are damaged, they do not communicate properly and the blood flow to penis tissue is impaired. This causes erectile dysfunction.
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Re: Diabetes and his erections

Postby john123 on Sat Mar 13, 2010 10:01 am

I am unable to have and keep a hard erection and so cannot penetrate my wife. Even I did not take any medication because I am a diabetic patient. Can you please offer me some advice?
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Re: Diabetes and his erections

Postby Hulk on Thu Jul 15, 2010 6:59 am

HI Guys

If you or anyone has Diabetes, the the first port of call should be your GP for regular checkups, blood and urine tests.

Why not discuss your ED problem with your GP and see if they are helpful. If theyare not willing to give a NHS prescription, then ask if they will supply a private prescription.

Failing that, ask if you are suitable for ed treatment, and then go online (try MSC in above banner as legal and genuine medication), and look at the alternatives.....viagra, cialis and levitra. I have tried them all and have my person views, but on a regular basis, I would have though cialis my be the best as it lasts longer, but you will have to try for yourself and see what suits you and your situation.

I am sure things will improve once your are on regular ed medication.........good luck!

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Re: Diabetes and his erections

Postby Edd on Mon Aug 01, 2011 12:13 pm


I am currently working on a brand new television series for Channel 4 called ‘The Food Hospital’ (working title). The idea of the programme is to explore the possible health benefits of everyday foods in targeting a wide range of medical conditions and symptoms. I am hoping this will be of interest, as Erectile Dysfunction is something we are hoping to look at.

There’s plenty of evidence to say that our health and our diet are closely linked and current scientific research shows that certain foods can be used to treat some illnesses and / or their symptoms.

Patients attending ‘The Food Hospital’ will be advised by our team of medical professionals, including a GP, a specialist medical Consultant and a leading Dietitian. Using evidence-based, cutting-edge scientific research, the team will prescribe specific diets for the treatment of the patients’ conditions or symptoms. The team will welcome patients with serious illnesses and everyday ailments alike. The treatment that the Food Hospital will offer is intended to be followed in conjunction with the patient’s existing medical regime, and the Food Hospital medical team will endeavour to work collaboratively with the patient’s current medical advisors.

We are currently looking to speak to people who might be interested in knowing more about ‘The Food Hospital’. This could be people who are living with a condition which affects their life, or people who have recently started to experience symptoms they wish to address.

I would love the opportunity to discuss our project with you and your members in more detail.

With many thanks,
Edd Buckley
'The Food Hospital' - Researcher

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