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Can diabetes stop you from ejaculating?


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Some people with diabetes cannot ejaculate. It can damage nerves and blood vessels, which can lead to problems such as not being able to get an erection or retrograde ejaculation, which means the sperm goes into the bladder instead of the penis. Effects of diabetes such as neuropathy and poor blood sugar control can also worsen sexual problems. However, not all people with diabetes have ejaculation problems and everyone's experience is different. It is very important to talk to a doctor if you are experiencing changes in ejaculation or any other sexual problems. They can help you understand what's really going on and give you care choices that are right for you. Controlling blood sugar levels and taking care of other health problems that come with diabetes can also help improve sexual function and general health. So what should be done to remove it?

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Diabetes can make it hard to ejaculate. It could hurt nerves or blood flow, which could lead to issues like ejaculation being delayed or semen going into the stomach instead of out. Taking care of your diabetes and talking to a doctor can help with these problems.


Diabetes can make it hard to get or keep an erection and ejaculate. Nerves and blood vessels can be hurt by high blood sugar, which can make it hard for the reproductive system to work normally. But everyone's situations are different, and these problems may be lessened by getting the right care and making changes to your lifestyle.


Diabetes can make it hard to ejaculate by damaging nerves (diabetes neuropathy) or cutting off blood flow to the genital area. This might cause ejaculation to be delayed, ejaculation to go into the bladder, or even problems with getting an erection. Taking good care of your diabetes can help lessen these effects on your sexual performance.