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Do the TSGLI genitourinary losses cover loss of use of penis

Do the TSGLI genitourinary losses cover loss of use of penis (or the loss of use both testicles, both ovaries, the vulva, and the vaginal canal), if the loss of use is caused by a disease, for example erectile dysfunction caused by diabetes? No, for the loss of the use of penis, or the ovaries or both the testicles, or the vaginal canal or the vulva due to a disease, the benefits of the TSGLI is not payable. However, the benefits of TSGLI are paid only for the losses that qualify for those which result from the traumatic injuries.

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