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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Sexual Dissatisfaction Is Common Among Female Diabetes Patients

Type 2 diabetes is fat person diabetes.

Imagine how unsatisfying it must be for their partners.

A study by UCSF researchers and published in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology reveals that the level of sexual desire and sexual activity is similar in diabetic women and non-diabetic women, even though women suffering from diabetes are more likely to report low overall sexual satisfying action. In the U.S., diabetes is a common, chronic condition that affects 12.6 million people - 10.8% are women aged 20 years or older, according to estimates by the American Diabetes Association. Diabetes can affect a woman's sexual function in various ways, including vascular changes in the urogenital tissues that affect lubrication, and changes in genital arousal response. The researchers state that diabetes medication and other interventions linked to monitoring or treating the disease may also adversely affect sexual function.
Puke, anyone?

Typical one-time partner of a fat woman:

"One-time" since after that he "sees" with what he is dealing.

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