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Diabetes & Erectile Dysfunction: Diagnosis & Treatment Options

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the persistent inability to achieve, and/or maintain an erection adequate to have sex. Not only does it decrease quality of life, but it is a common condition in the U.S., affecting approximately 12 million men. Unfortunately, men with diabetes were found to be three times more likely to develop ED than men who did not have diabetes.

2022-05-05T22:40:06-05:00May 5, 2022|

Drug Comparison: Metformin vs Ozempic

For people who have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus, finding the right medication to control varying blood sugars and ensure a healthy metabolism can be a challenge. Two of the most common antidiabetic medications available today are Metformin and Ozempic. Before talking to their doctor, people with type 2 diabetes should understand the difference between these two medications. Read on for an explanation of the differences and similarities between Metformin and Ozempic.

2022-05-01T08:36:12-05:00May 1, 2022|

What is Diabetic Ketoacidosis?

Diabetic ketoacidosis is a life-threatening complication of diabetes, and it is characterized by what is known as the three Ps: Polydipsia—thirst Polyuria—urination Polyphagia—and appe