Diabetes and Sex: How Much Sex Is Normal? Will there be Limits For you?


When it comes to sex with people with diabetes, within relationships, you’d be surprised how many people wonder if they are keeping up with the Jones’. What is not surprising is that your girlfriends and you all have varied sexual appetites and considerations regarding what is a healthy amount of sex.
Sex or relationship therapists are often reluctant to quantify how much sex qualifies a sex life as ‘normal’, but some may suggest having sex once or twice a week is pretty average.

The 2007 Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey demonstrated just how vast the differences in frequency can be. The study of 26,000 people in 26 countries showed that while 87 per cent of Greeks had sex weekly, just 34 per cent of Japanese respondents managed a session a week. Australians were in the middle, with 60 per cent of respondents reporting weekly sex, but interestingly, only 42 per cent of those were sexually satisfied.

If your own sex life is not meeting these statistics it does not mean your relationship is inadequate. Most couples develop their happy medium by uncovering their opposite’s personal sex drive and how their libidos align. The couple having sex four times a month can be just as ‘normal’ as the couple having this amount in a week as long as both partners are sexually satisfied.

All sex within couples has an ebb and flow dependent on factors such as exhaustion, stress, expectations, health and available time. However, if your reality is starting to lag behind your will, talk to your partner about why. It may just take a bit of tweaking to find a frequency that satisfies you both.
Consult your Doctor in cases of Erectile Dysfunction too.


It is cleared that type 2 diabetes is a silent killer disease and increase the risk of nerve damage. There is no doubt that nerves plays a crucial role by sending signal to reproductive organ. Damage of the nerves increases the risk of ED in men or diabetes patient always deal with sexual problems. It is necessary to approach a professional physician if you are a diabetic person and suffering with low libido.