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Dr. Frederick Taylor interviewed by David Hopper.

Uncontrolled diabetes increases the likelihood of sexual health problems in men, including erectile dysfunction (ED).

“When we have too much sugar floating around in the bloodstream, that sugar is deposited in the walls of our blood vessels and in the walls of our nerves,” said Frederick Taylor, M.D., a urologist at Central Ohio Urology Group, with multiple locations in Ohio. “And when that sugar builds up in the blood vessels, it makes the blood vessels dilate less well, or essentially increases the likelihood of atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries.”


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