A recent study has found that diabetic women are not only hard to satisfy in bed but also more likely to experience lesser sexual satisfaction from their partners. The study was conducted by the researchers of California San Francisco University.
It has further come to light that diabetic women on insulin are at higher risk of developing complications related to orgasm and lubrication. Senior author of the study, Alison J. Huang said, "Diabetes is a recognized risk factor for erectile dysfunction in men, but there have been almost no data to indicate whether it also affects sexual function in women".
The findings of the study have been published in the journal Obstetrics and Gynaecology. For the study, about 2,270 diabetic women on insulin were contacted. These women were asked to fill questionnaires, in which it was found that diabetic women face difficulty in achieving orgasm.
Diabetic patients are already said to be at the risk of developing life threatening diseases like stroke and organ failure. It is for the very first time when it has been found that diabetic women develop sexual disorders. It is hoped that the findings would help in curing the sexual disorder of the diabetic women.
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