Well, that’s not entirely accurate.
MedPageToday reported on a study of sexual satisfaction in women.
“While many diabetic women are interested and engaged in sexual activity, diabetes is associated with a markedly decreased sexual quality of life in women,” they wrote.
Complications of diabetes — including heart disease, stroke, renal dysfunction, and peripheral neuropathy — were associated with diminished sexual function among diabetic women, suggesting that “prevention of diabetic complications may be helpful in preventing sexual dysfunction,” in these patients, the researchers wrote.
Steve Parker, M.D.