Sexual intimacy is an important part of life. It has been associated with sexual dysfunction, both in males and in females. Treatment can often help men suffering from sexual dysfunction. Because the incidence of type 1 diabetes is increasing worldwide, it is important to determine the factors associated with comorbid conditions (4). In addition to not being able to have or sustain an erection, some men with diabetes also suffer from a condition known as retrograde ejaculation. This disorder is generally psychologically-based and tends to occur in women who have been sexually abused or subscribe to strict religious taboos against sexual activity. It is very common.
Most of the women with DM were determined to have problems in sexual functions besides the disease, and the impact of culture on the solution for problems lived within sexual life was effective. Low libido, or sexual desire, is a real problem, one that affects people with diabetes more than those without. Altogether, the high prevalence and negative effects of sexual dysfunction in patients with T2DM warrant clinical attention. These articles address the epidemiological perspectives of type 2 diabetes; depression affect among four ethnic groups; views on diabetes self-management, coping, and social support among African Americans; and the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). At times not having clear communication with the partner/spouse make it tough as communication skills