Evaluating a 26-year-old male presenting with Diabetes for the first time, would be about the same as any other evaluation. Checking weight, performing blood or urine tests,and taking vital signs (blood pressure, heart rate, respirations, etc.) If the male is found to have Diabetes, treatment options and lifestyle changes should be discussed.
I don't think any male can have a baby //Diabetes can have an effect on male fertility but does not effect all men in such a way.//
The children yes do have a chance to get Diabetes but they will not definitely get it. Diabetes can skip generations.
The male would present his betrothed with a love spoon.
Sexual performance for both male & female can be directly or indirectly affected by diabetes.
Urologists evaluate and treat male fertility. Typically, any primary care provider can refer for semen analysis as a first step.
The range for the fasting sugar level for a diabetic adult male would be 4-7mmol/l and 2 hours after meal would be 5-10mmol/l. Refer to: http://www.askthedoctor.com/index.php/topics-a-z/42-diabetes/45717-diabetes-questions-and-remedies.html
Who was the first male nurse?
Not if you and your partner are both male or both female.
If you attribute a male gender to God, then that's the first male name. The first male human name mentioned is Adam.
The Male will follow around the female and sniff her for signs she is ready/in the heat The female will show she is ready by: Walking past the male Elaborate tail movements Rubbing and nudging Rolling on her back Presenting