Impotence and Diabetes Mellitus Prevalence
Many researches had shown that erectile
dysfunction or impotence for diabetes
has higher prevalence compare to non-diabetes
patients. Sand M had done the research with
1.637 respondents and got the result that for
diabetes patients, 39% of them had impotence, while for non-diabetes patients
only 14% of them.
So as the conclusion, more
will get impotence. Diabetes patients
that we are discussing here are those who are in
a light stage of illness until the serious one.
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For all serious diabetes patients, for sure they
will get impotence. Another research
by Braun M had shown a different tendency
between young men with old men. At the younger
age, impotence for diabetes patients
is higher than non-diabetes patients.
And for the elder, the tendency to have
impotence for diabetes and non diabetes
patients are almost the same.
The reason is that
for elder people (60-80 year old) another
disease arises such as hypertension, kidney
failure and many more. And those other diseases
are causing impotence.
had shown that more than 50% of non diabetes
patients at the age above 70 year-old have
erectile dysfunction and only 60% of diabetes
patients have it. So it doesn’t have a big
difference not like men at younger age.