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another suggestion was posted 09/29/2001 10:51 pm by Anonymous
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My husband was diagnosed with diabetes two years before they found the pc. He also suffered from impotence at around the same time which he was told was related to the diabetes and blood sugar issues. Impotence is a common problem for diabetics. There is now some real questions about whether he was in fact a diabetic or whether the tumor was the cause of his insulin problems all along. Once his blood sugar was under better control there was a real improvement with the impotence.

It may not be the same with your husband, but you might want to check his blood sugar levels.

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