To Study the Effects of Metabolic Surgery on Erectile Function on Obese Men with Type 2 DM
Keywords:Metabolic, Erectile Dysfunction, Diabetes Mellitus & Obese.
Background & Method: The data were collected in Index Medical College and Hospital & Research Centre, Indore A total of 36 sexually active male individuals with T2DM who were applied for metabolic surgery with a BMI between 30 and 35 kg/m2 with glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) level of >7.5% despite optimum anti-diabetic therapy, or a BMI great-er than 35 kg/m2 with a history of T2DM, and being obese for ≥ 5 years despite conservative weight loss therapy and life-style modifications were given two different questionnaire forms prior to and 6 months after the surgery. Result: In our study we found, significant association in EF domain & OS domain among Preoperative & Postoperative Scores.Conclusion: In conclusion, metabolic surgery could improve erectile function scores of obese patients with T2DM. Large-scale studies with similar age groups and longer follow-up would exhibit better scores during the time course on the variables that did not improve on the early postoperative period.
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