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diabetic pelvic neuropathy or due to cervical spondilytis?

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I am a diabetic patient since 14 years I am using Glimipride before food and glyciphage 500 after breakfast and night my sugarlevel is ( F)124/156(pl)
The problem is i am having normal errection while standing
The moment i bend my head orsoon after lying down the errection is lost and pennis shrinks down.Is it due to diabetic pelvic neuropathy or due to cervical spondilytis? i am doing exersizes for neck and solders as well as do walking.Use of Megalis 20 gives little effect what is the cause and remedy ? pl advice


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replied April 29th, 2014
hi there
there is nothing to worry
i would like to know if you can have erection and ejaculation at all?
if you can have erection and ejaculation then its not a neuropathy as neuropathy isn't something that will be present at one time and cured at other.
consult your gp for further help
also i would like to run some tests to check for any long term complication that you might be having.
urinalysis
renal function tests
lipid profile
eye examination

continue your medication as prescribed and keep your blood sugar level in check.
thanks for asking
regards
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