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The facets of everyday life -- work, social situations, family, relationships -- put your diabetes management in a constant state of flux. Men have different diabetes-control and complication issues than women do. From erectile dysfunction and heart disease to managing stress and depression, men with diabetes have a lot on their plate.



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Reviewed by Jason C. Baker, MD.

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