DIABETES AND LIBIDO OF WOMEN

 


The libido of the diabetic woman is closely related to the level of sugar in the blood (glucose).
Very good when the blood glucose is low, very bad when the blood sugar is high.
It is also known that the body reacts to sexual stimuli through nerve transmissions.


Pr. Salim Djelouat
Certified medical expert in medicine, health and well-being – Paris –
Scientific author
salimdjelouat@mail.com


SUMMARY
I – STATEMENT OF FACTS
II – HOW CAN I EXPLAIN THE EFFECT OF DIABETES ON THE SEXUALITY OF WOMEN?
III – DIABETES AND SIDE EFFECTS
IV – DIABETES AND RELATIONSHIP WITH THE PARTNER?
V – SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP AND HYPOGLYCEMIA?
VI – IS THERE A PREVENTION?
VII – ARE THERE TREATMENTS?
VIII – IN CONCLUSION


I – STATEMENT OF FACTS
Diabetes as a chronic disease, is not a brake on the good sexuality of women and this unlike humans.
Diabetes does not change female sexuality as embarrassingly as in men.
However, some recent studies suggest that diabetes may play a significant role in some of the sexual problems faced by women.
Unfortunately, it is very difficult to establish a causal link between diabetes and sexual disorders in women, especially knowing that they can also be caused by other factors such as:
Age
Overweight
Menopause…
It remains however that diabetes is a cause of inconvenience in the sexual life of women with diabetes and especially those who are not insulin-dependent


II – HOW CAN I EXPLAIN THE EFFECT OF DIABETES ON THE SEXUALITY OF WOMEN?
The libido of the diabetic woman is closely related to the level of sugar in the blood (glucose).
Very good when the blood glucose is low, very bad when the blood sugar is high.
It is also known that the body reacts to sexual stimuli through nerve transmissions.
In the case of diabetes, high blood sugar levels affect the functioning of the nervous system and will impact the libido of the diabetic woman.
In addition to this sexual stimulus, it has been reported that diabetic patients who experience sexual problems, are in the slice of people over 40 – 43 years, so much closer to menopause.
This perimenopause makes these women more sensitive to hormonal reduction.
We must not forget that diabetes is a chronic and therefore stressful disease, which will lead to the production of stress hormones – ACTH or corticotropic hormone – cortisol – adrenaline – oxytocin – vasopressin

Recommendation –
So ladies, to have a good libido, control your blood sugar and try to lower it, if it is too high.


III – DIABETES AND SIDE EFFECTS
Diabetes as a chronic disease, can be responsible for vaginal dryness phenomenon.
This vaginal dryness remains a brake on sexual intercourse and a risk factor for vaginal infections.
Vaginal dryness and vaginal infections prevent the woman from feeling orgasm during intercourse.
All these problems can be improved by medical treatment and so-called comfort treatments.


IV – DIABETES AND RELATIONSHIP WITH THE PARTNER?
Many women experience relationship difficulties with the partner, which can lead to depression, complexes that will be responsible for the quality of the desire and the sexual act.
As we have already said, the impacts are:
1 – Physical impacts
vaginal lubrication (due to circulatory complications, see vascular)
vaginal infections and by the same urinary, which can lead to painful sex, so impossible
2 – The psychological impacts
– the frustration of the announcement of diabetes
the stress generated by the partner rejection complex (no longer please him)


V – SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP AND HYPOGLYCEMIA?
During some sexual intercourse, it has been noticed in some women, the occurrence of hypoglycemia.
This hypoglycemia caused by sexual relations, is not very important to worry about, but not to neglect.


VI – IS THERE A PREVENTION?
The woman suffering from diabetes can live a normal sexuality, just like all women.
As a person suffering from diabetes, she must first lower her glycated hemoglobin, if she is high and control her blood sugar.
Secondly, it must avoid risk factors and must focus its objectives on prevention and nothing but prevention.
For this it must respect these main recommendations and which are:
Respect for food hygiene conditions
practice regular physical activity
Respect the taking of his treatment
Know how to manage your stress (see: http://salimdjelouat.com/2017/07/17/moi-diabetique-et-stresse-e-jamais/
control your BMI
To prohibit the consumption of alcohol and the taking of the cigarette


VII – ARE THERE TREATMENTS?
The only treatment possible is the control of one’s blood sugar and lowering one’s glycated hemoglobin level.
To fight against vaginal dryness, there are vaginal lubricants.
As far as you are concerned, use those that are water-based to avoid infections.
Before each sexual encounter, you apply them either with your own or with an applicator that you must discard after each use.
Also make sure to avoid vaginal infections, for that see: http://salimdjelouat.com/2017/06/08/the-vinal-infections-2/.
With regard to hypoglycemia that may occur after some sexual intercourse, you can take a snack before sexual activity in order to raise the sugar level and avoid hypoglycemia.
A dosage of sugar per meter would be welcome.


VI – IN CONCLUSION
Communication with your partner remains essential.
You must discuss it, about your illness, about your feelings, about your hopes, about yourself, about your relationship.
By the communication is the exchange you will help you simultaneously to understand, to understand you
To consult a psychologist, it would be useless at all, you are the best psychologist, the best sexologist.


Pr. Salim Djelouat
Medical Analyst and Bioclinicist
Certified Medical Specialist in Health, Fitness, and Physical Therapy – Paris –
Psychotherapist
Scientific author
Webmaster and blogger


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