#Sexual problems and bladder problems

Friends today I am discussing about a major problems which are Diabetes, Sexual, & Bladder Problems. #Sexual problems and bladder problems are common as people age, but diabetes can make these problems worse. You or your partner may have trouble having or enjoying sex. Or, you may leak urine or have trouble emptying your bladder normally. Blood vessels and nerves can be damaged by the effects of high blood glucose, also called blood sugar. This damage can lead to sexual and bladder problems. Keeping your blood glucose levels in your target range is an important way to prevent damage to your blood vessels and nerves. Work with your health care team to help prevent or treat sexual and bladder problems. These problems may be signs that you need to manage your diabetes in a different way. Remember, a healthy sex life and a healthy bladder can improve your quality of life, so take action now if you have concerns. Sexual and bladder problems may be signs that you need to manage your diabetes in a different way. Can sexual and bladder problems be symptoms of diabetes? Yes. Changes in sexual function or bladder habits may be a sign that you have diabetes. Nerve damage caused by diabetes, also called diabetic neuropathy, can damage parts of your body—like your genitals or urinary tract. For example, men with diabetes may develop erectile dysfunction (ED) 10 to 15 years earlier than men without diabetes. Homoeopathic medicines Agnus castus, Lyco, Dimana and Tribulus can be given.

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1) Siddh makardhwaj Spl 1 tab Manmath Ras 1 tab. Ashwa kanchuki Ras 1 tab Kamini vidravan Ras 1 tab with milk 1hr before going to bed 2) चमेली के तेल में राई मिलाकर लिंग की मालिश श्री गोपाल तेल

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Dear Dr. Rajesh Gupta Sir, Advice for the case by Ayurveda. Tab. Kamini Vidravan Ras. Tab. Pushpadhanva Ras.

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उत्तम

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DamianaQ

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Good presentation

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Thaksfornicepresentation

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