Diabetes Sexual & Bladder Problems
Coming together, orgasming at the same time, getting off in unison, whatever you want to call it, it's a phenomenon we see in films all the damn time. There's rarely any clitoral stimulation depicted in these scenes, despite the fact that more than 70 per cent of women and people with vulvas require a bit of clit stuff to reach orgasm. All this to say: we see a lot of mutual, synchronised orgasms in films and on TVbut how often do they actually happen in real life? My husband and I have been together for 14 years now, so we know each other pretty well. I also have multiple orgasms so there are more chances of it. Although hearing me come makes my partner very horny so he usually orgasms a bit after me. If the partner engages in sex because it feels good to orgasm, rarely. It also depends on the emotional connection.
Sexual problems and bladder problems are coarse as people age, but diabetes be able to make these problems worse. You before your partner may have trouble having or enjoying sex. Or, you can leak urine or have trouble emptying your bladder normally. Blood vessels after that nerves can be damaged by the effects of high blood glucosealso called blood sugar. This damage can advance to sexual and bladder problems. Care your blood glucose levels in your target range is an important approach to prevent damage to your blood vessels and nerves.