Maybe he just didn’t like me and found his first excuse to dump me, but it was nonetheless a painful excuse: “I have a family history of diabetes, and I can’t be with you because you also have a family history.If we were to get married, our children’s future would be doomed.” I never told my father why this young man ‘dumped’ me.I am a type 1 (insulin dependant) I have had this since 2012 summer but fortunately I seem to have it well under control.
Many men with diabetes can benefit from prescription medications, such as Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra, says Thomas Blevins, MD, an Austin, Texas–based endocrinologist.But in the study, called "Men's Attitudes to Life Events and Sexuality," or "MALES," men with diabetes were more likely than other men to consider their erection problems "severe" and "permanent." Men with diabetes were also more likely to stop taking such drugs because they didn't solve their erection problems.It important not to assume that erectile dysfunction is caused by diabetes itself, or to give up if Viagra or a similar drug doesn't workthere are other options.People with Type-2 diabetes are 50% less likely to be overweight when they're living with a partner compared to Type-2 diabetics who are unmarried, according to a study presented this month at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes meeting in Munich, Germany. 26.5), slightly better blood sugar control, and, after adjusting for age and gender, were less likely to be overweight. D., at Japan's Yokohama City University Graduate School of Medicine and Chigaski Municipal Hospital, researchers split 270 people with Type-2 diabetes into two groups—180 people who were living with their spouses, and 90 single people—and measured their body mass index (BMI) and body fat content. Their findings: Married participants had a lower BMI on average (24.5 vs.