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Picture it: You're on a third date (second if you're extra spicy!
Communication is important in any relationship, and having diabetes doesn’t change this.
Talking over any issues and trying to resolve them together can help. But if you’re not sure where to begin, there are relationship counselors at Relate that can help you.
Having diabetes doesn’t mean you will automatically have a problem.
It is important to know that if you high blood sugar levels for a long time that it can cause sexual problems.
If you’re single, you might not want to talk to your sexual partner about your diabetes at all. If you use an insulin pump, you might have all kinds of questions about how it might affect your sex life. Put on a temporary basal, which reduces the amount of insulin that’s being delivered?
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Being tired, depressed or and having low self-esteem can all play a part.
As well as any medication you’re taking, or any treatment you’ve had in the past. If you’re feeling embarrassed because of your pump or because you’re having some other issues, this can be difficult and make you feel like you don’t want to have sex. But there’s support out there and talking to someone about what’s going on can be the first step. Whether it’s with a partner, friend or your healthcare team, it’s good to talk.