A 49-year-old male asked:
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2003 had erection dysfunction (33 yrs old). used cialis from men's clinic. 2010 diagnosed with diabetic 2. 2016 used ciavor till today (49 yrs old). now it is not working. what could be the problem and what should i do? i have no hypertension

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Dr. Devashnee Chinasamy
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Underlying cond : It seems that the problem has worsened over time. It is not the case of the medication becoming ineffective- it is more likely that your diabetes has progressed. Stricter glucose control is essential.Other illnesses have to be excluded e.g. high cholesterol and ischaemic heart diseases. Erectile dysfunction is an indicator of your overall cardiovascular status. Please seek medical attention soon.
Answered on May 22, 2020
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