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Sexual Dysfunction: Communication is the Key

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    A certified diabetes educator can help both physicians and patients when it comes to sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction is experienced by over half of all women with diabetes, and approximately 32 percent of men with type 1 and 46 percent of men with type 2. So, it is critical to provide good communication. Our guest, certified diabetes educator and sex specialist Janis Roszler, outlines the benefits of good communication for healthcare professionals and their patients. Join host Dr. Steven Edelman to learn more.

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    A certified diabetes educator can help both physicians and patients when it comes to sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction is experienced by over half of all women with diabetes, and approximately 32 percent of men with type 1 and 46 percent of men with type 2. So, it is critical to provide good communication. Our guest, certified diabetes educator and sex specialist Janis Roszler, outlines the benefits of good communication for healthcare professionals and their patients. Join host Dr. Steven Edelman to learn more.

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