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Diabetes symptoms, why erectile dysfunction, retrograde ejaculation is a warning sign

An overactive bladder or the inability to control urination could be indicative of diabetes . Diabetes in men has certain specific symptoms, and it is best that you get yourself checked to know exactly what is going on in your body.

In fact, those with Type 1 diabetes also tend to have a sense of stigma, according to a study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. The study found that many youngsters neglect health concerns arising out of diabetes due to a sense of stigma associated with it. The study comprised 380 Canadians aged between 14 and 24.

What is diabetes?

Diabetes is a chronic condition in which a person’s blood sugar level increases beyond the normal range. In the absence of timely diagnosis and management, it can lead to many related health complications – including damage to the heart, nerves, eyes, kidneys and feet.

Uncontrolled blood sugar can give rise to fatty deposits on the walls of blood vessels due to a spike in blood pressure levels. This can further restrict blood flow and cause atherosclerosis. Other complications include foot ulcers and, eventually, amputation.

I'm using Levora birth control pills and have been having on and off bladder infection symptoms...?

They include; urge of having to urinate IMMEDIATELY and frequently, even though hardly anything comes out. Also it in a way cramps up and makes it uncomfortable to walk or sit. Is Levora responsible or could it be something else? and yes, I am sexually


I have never heard of the pill causing that as a side effect. I think you should see your doctor to get the infection diagnosed and treated.

How to prevent Gall Bladder symptoms?

I have been suffering from gall bladder problems for about 3 years now. When it first started happening, I didn't getting the vomiting so when I went to the ER because I seriously thought I was having a heart attack, the ER doctor said I had Pulisi (sorry,


Hi Scare All

You need to educate yourself on how to detoxify yourself. CLeaning out toxins in the body is the key. Doing a colon, liver/gallbladder cleanse will heal your issues. Here is a link to explain further and email me if you need


This condition will increasingly get worse. There is nothing you can do except have it taken out. It is diseased and as long as you have it, you will experience the symptoms.

http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/diseases/fact s/gallbladderdiseas


avoid fatty foods as much as possible.try and get a prescription for a drug called buscopan.