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Taking Glyciphage for diabetes. Difficulty getting erect penis. Why?

HI I am taking Glyciphage 1000 mg after food and before food glizid -8 in the morning as wel siotone and in the evening glizid -8 before food and after food Glyciphage 500mg. I am 40 years male and my diabetic is normal but when I go to sex ,my penis does not erect and it takes long time to erect my penis why? please answer me.
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You are known diabetic and on oral anti diabetic medication.You are facing a problem of delayed erection .Diabetes is one of the main known reasons for erectile dysfunction.Have you checked your Blood sugar Levels frequently to asses whether your diabetes is under control or not.Please get it checked frequently. Practice some yoga and meditation Do some moderate exercise and spent more time in arousal All these things will help you in achieving good erection and improve quality of sperm.
Answered: Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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