In this summary of the OurDoctor YouTube video, we discuss diabetes and erectile dysfunction. We’re going to be going over the correlation between erectile dysfunction and diabetes. Erectile dysfunction occurs in diabetic men because of poor blood flow, the lack of muscle function of the penis, and nerve damage.

An estimated 35% to 80% of men with diabetes will experience some form of impotence or erectile dysfunction sometime in their life. Men with diabetes usually develop complications with ED 10 years earlier than men without diabetes.

Depending upon the severity of your diabetic history, it can show up earlier or much later in life. Diabetes can damage the blood vessels that help you maintain and sustain your erection, even if you have excellent testosterone and normal male hormone levels.

Some great medications caught PDE5 inhibitors or basal dilators can help you achieve an erection again. This drug classification’s most popular name brands include Cialis, Stendra, Staxon, Levitra, and Viagra.
But make sure to ask for the generic versions, as they are much more affordable. You can ask your doctor about the once-a-day pill of Tadalaphyl so you may be ready for the moment at any time. This pill has been known to treat erectile dysfunction and enlarged prostate and is very commonly prescribed for diabetic type 1 and type 2 patients.

If you’d like to get tested for diabetes, I recommend using an at-home testing kit. This kit will check your A1C levels to ensure they are in range and ensure there aren’t any warning signs of any other serious health problems you may be unaware of.

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