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On medication for diabetes. Having less erection in penis. Gets better with Menforce 50. Opinion?

Hi doctor i have little effect of diabeties and i am on medication with Janumet 50/500 ,50 citagliptin and 500 metfrmin what i feel i have lettle less eraction in my penis may i take Menforce 50 daily basis, i have been taking abut 1/2 ofthe menforce 50 once i do intercourse. after taking menforce 50 1/2 my body feel normal and i do the sex very properly. so whats your suggestion
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Diabetologist 's  Response
Aug 2012
Hi there.

A person with diabetes who experiences erectile dysfunction has to be evaluated for possible co-occurance of any heart disease. And taking Sildenafil tablet (Manforce 50) without proper evaluation is not safe as it can increase the heart trouble.
If you have gotten your cardiac evaluation done and heart functions are normal then taking this tablet half an hour to 4 hours prior to intercourse is suggested but not daily if the intercourse is not happening daily.
I hope you got your answer. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Akhilesh Dubey's  Response

Welcome to HCM,

You are Diabetic,in longstanding cases ED or Erectile dysfunction is seen due to autonomic neuropathy or vasculopathy.

I am sure this is prescribed by doctor after proper examination and investigation as diabetics may have heart problem specially IHD( Ischemic heart disease) it this drug is used with nitrates it can cause serious complications,please get your cardiac checkup if not done by ECG,TMT if every thing is fine, there are other drug interactions also of This drug (Sildenafil) so please take it as advised by physician and is indicated to you,to be taken 1 hour before intercourse on as and when required basis.

Please take care of your diabetes and health.

Take care

good Luck

Answered: Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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