Dating diabetic man
The doctor feels that most patients suffering with the disorder are 'falling through the net' because it's so complex to treat - requiring both medical and psychological help.'There is a lack of care for people with diabulimia, I have heard of patients who have died waiting to get the right care,' she says.Becky, 29, from Aberdeen, explains how she was one of the luckier ones after spending 16 months at The Eden Unit getting treatment for her disorder, and urges anyone omitting insulin for the purposes of losing weight to reconsider.
Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes can lead to complications.
For men, diabetes can cause damage to the nervous system over a sustained period of time, also known as diabetic neuropathy.
One aspect of this is the potential for diabetes to damage the erectile tissue leaving it impossible for a man to achieve or maintain an erection.
Cystitis can also be a recurrent problem for women with diabetes.
Furthermore, some evidence indicates that, in a similar way to men being unable to maintain an erection, the woman’s clitoris may fail to respond to stimulation. You may also suffer from a night time hypo as the physical exertions of sex mean that in some ways it makes sense to treat intercourse in a similar way to exercise.