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I have entry level diabetes less interest in sex

Hi, I have entry level diabetes. In past i had Premature ejaculation during sex. But nowdays i am not getting interest in sex. Pls advice I have entry level diabetes. In past i had Premature ejaculation during sex. Nowdays I feeling less interest in sex. pls advice
Asked On : Tue, 28 Dec 2010
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you have not mentioned your age.Any ways your diabetes has to under control with what ever you may be taking.With good control of diabetes sexual prefomance will be not be affected.but strict control is must.Lost interest in sex could because of phobio of premature ejaculation.You can try pelvic floor exercise,means you should be exercising your pelvic floor muscles regularly,you should do like as if your are holding urine and you have urge to go.this tightens your pelvic floor muscles and help you to control your ejaculation.Other way spare more time in foreplay this will also help you.Talk to your partner this definitely helps.
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