Experts found that about 75 percent of men and 36 percent of females experience sexual problems as a result of diabetic neuropathy, also known as damages to the nerves. The reason is because high level of blood sugar can damage the nerves which exhibit sexual response.
This is a common sexual problem among men with diabetes, which is also known as impotence. This condition develops as a result of the damages to the nerves or the blood vessels in the male sex organ. Aside from this, fear and stress can also lead to erectile dysfunction.
For men with diabetes, the sphincter muscle can be damaged when the semen flows backward into the bladder instead of flowing out of the penis. High level of blood glucose can damage the sphincter muscle as well as the nerves controlling it. Therefore, the sphincter will not close properly hence allowing for a backflow of semen to the bladder.