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Sexual neuropathy

Sexual neuropathy: Introduction

Sexual neuropathy: Nerve and circulatory problems of diabetes can disrupt normal male sexual function, resulting in impotence. After ruling out a hormonal cause ... more about Sexual neuropathy.

Sexual neuropathy: Nerve damage resulting in reduced sexual function in men or women. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Sexual neuropathy is available below.

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Nerve and circulatory problems of diabetes can disrupt normal male sexual function, resulting in impotence. After ruling out a hormonal cause of impotence, the doctor can provide information about methods available to treat impotence caused by neuropathy. (Source: excerpt from Diabetic Neuropathy The Nerve Damage of Diabetes: NIDDK)

 

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