[Diabetes and erectile dysfunction in Morocco: epidemiological study among outpatients]
AbstractWe studied the relationship between erectile dysfunction [ED] and diabetes among 189 men [> 40 years] attending primary health care centres in Morocco. Of the 89 diabetic men, 82% had ED while only 17% of the 100 non-diabetic men had ED. The frequency of ED among diabetic men increased with age, from 60% in those aged 40-49 years to 94.95% in those aged >/= 60 years [from 6.3% to 35.4% in men without diabetes for similar ages]. ED was reported by 93.3% of diabetic men who had had diabetes for > 15 years. The frequency of ED did not differ with type of diabetes but it was significantly commoner in diabetic men with a low level of education and with hypertension
El Achhab, Y., Berraho, M., Benslimane, A., Chrit, M., El Hassani, H. et al. (2008). [Diabetes and erectile dysfunction in Morocco: epidemiological study among outpatients]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117532
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 14 (5), 1090-1100, 2008
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