Glycomet & Erectile Dysfunction

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Ruknuddeen Says:
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I am a male 67. I take glycomet 850 twice a day. I am type 2 from past 28 years. Dosage increased from 250 to 850 over a period of time. I am having erectile dysfunction from past 3 years. Now it is total. I need help to over come this.



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Verwon Says:

Actually, the erectile dysfunction is most likely due to the diabetes and not the medication you take to treat it. Diabetes is very well known to cause it and many men end up needing treatment for it.

Have you informed your doctor? What are your usual blood sugar readings? Do you watch your diet to minimize your sugar and fat intake?

The typical side effects of Glycomet, as listed by the FDA, may possibly include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, flatulence and hypoglycemia.

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ronan wilson Says:

It can also be due to stress or can be several reason behind it and unfortunately we be unaware about it. Actually the first thing you should do is consult your doctor again about it because there can be negative side-effects if the dosage increase and if your body couldn't handle it. So you have to be careful about it.

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