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Managing Erectile Dysfunction With Drug Assistance
Defined by a man having consistent problems with keeping an erection, erectile dysfunction is not a welcomed diagnosis by any means. This form of male sexual dysfunction can occur in men for a host of reasons, but regardless of why it’s happening, those who experience it often look for a quick fix in the form of drugs. The most common drugs used for the symptoms of erectile dysfunction are classified as PDE5 inhibitors, » Read more about: What Are the Best Drugs for Erectile Dysfunction? »
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What You Need to Know About Adult Circumcision
When you think of the term “circumcision”, a vision of a newborn getting the procedure done most likely pops into your mind. However, new research is suggesting that getting a circumcision as an adult can provide some stunning health benefits for men. The topic of circumcision can be somewhat controversial, depending on where you’re from. A lot of parents have their babies experience a circumcision when they are only a few days old, » Read more about: Is it Possible to Get Circumcised as an Adult? »
Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone that humans produce and it plays a key role in the development of male reproductive tissues. It is natural as well for testosterone levels to decrease in men as they begin to age. Lower testosterone although natural, can have some serious averse affects on the male body such as lower sex drive or depression. This is why it is important to try and maintain to most optimal levels of testosterone as a male at all times. » Read more about: What Are The Benefits of Optimal Testosterone? »
In order to understand how to overcome and prevent premature ejaculation, it is important to fully understand what it is and what can possibly cause this. Premature ejaculation has become a more commonly reported sexual issue as of late and it can affect men physically and psychologically in their sex life. If you are someone who experiences premature ejaculation, you shouldn’t feel alone, considering that this happens to about 20 to 30 percent of men. Although it may be very difficult to address the problem, » Read more about: How to Prevent Premature Ejaculation »
Surgery can be a scary time, but fortunately technology has made it a less frightening experience. Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgery where the surgeon makes a very small incision somewhere in the body and inserts a small camera into the opening. The doctor can now see everything he or she needs to see on the television without having to cut the patient completely open. Carbon dioxide, which is a nontoxic gas, creates a small hole where the incision was made so the doctor can get his tools inside the body with extreme precision. » Read more about: The Pros and Cons of Laparoscopic Surgery »
Painful and debilitating, kidney stones are affecting more and more men and women in the United States every day. The stone formations are described from some as an open umbrella trying to leave their system as it escapes through urination. It is one of the more painful experiences a human body can endure. Here are some quick tips on how to prevent these pesky stones and the pain that comes along with them.
1. Watch What You’re Drinking
Potassium citrate is one of the leading treatments when it comes to the prevention of kidney stones. » Read more about: 5 Ways To Prevent Kidney Stones »
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One Study Provides Interesting Insight
For men who have had an adult circumcision – and those who are questioning whether to go through with the procedure – determining how a circumcised penis affects sexual performance is a hot topic of discussion. Fortunately, a unique study published in the Adult Urology journal reveals the consensus, answering the question once and for all.
A cultural norm in the United States, male infants usually receive a circumcision shortly after birth. » Read more about: Does Adult Circumcision Affect Sexual Performance? »
An overactive bladder is a group of symptoms together that are related to the general function of your bladder. It is commonly associated with a frequent urge to urinate, urinating eight or more times a day or leaking urine at different times of the day. There is a chance you have an overactive bladder if you suffer from any of these symptoms. The good news is there are a few different ways to deal with an overactive bladder, » Read more about: Can Botox Help With An Overactive Bladder? »
While having sex can be an enjoyable experience for both men and women, there are some cons to having sex. Below we will explore some of the pros and cons of sex that you may have never known.
Pro: Sex Can Help You Stay Healthy
This may be a better known fact about having too much sex, but you probably didn’t know why. Having safe sex twice a week can actually boost both men and women’s immune systems. » Read more about: 5 Things Unprotected Sex Can Do To You »
While testosterone is a hormone produced by both genders, it is more present in men than in women. It is very simple to test your testosterone levels; this test only requires a small blood sample. The warning signs of low testosterone in men are erectile dysfunction and infertility. Low testosterone levels are also closely linked to different types of mineral deficiencies. While medication can restore testosterone levels to normal, men can also try these eating these mineral rich foods believed to help raise testosterone. » Read more about: 5 Foods to Treat Low Testosterone »