Are Testicular Self-Exams Necessary?

With other cancers being so prevalent, testicular cancer is not a type that we tend to hear much about. However, statistics indicate that more than 350 men lose their lives to testicular cancer each year, and another 10,000 men are diagnosed with this frightening condition every year. This means we need to talk about it.…

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When Low Libido Causes Concern

Libido is an important aspect of sexual health. When you think about it, it is our libido, or sex drive, that drives that train we call sexual function. If we don’t feel interested in sex, we are less likely to initiate or respond to our partner in a positive manner. What can make libido a…

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The “Dad Bod” Can Only be Celebrated So Much

We want to be kind to ourselves and others about body-type. This has become a popular topic of discussion in recent years, coming off of a trend of physical fitness that made most average people feel uncomfortable in their skin. The term “Dad Bod” even took hold, praising the less-muscular physique seen on celebrity men…

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The Low Down on Labiaplasty

When we think about our appearance, it’s so easy to focus on all the parts of the body that are visible to others. We’re at the end of summer, which may give a large percentage of the popular a sigh of relief. Now that we’re headed for cooler weather, the push to maintain a perfectly…

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Herbal Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction: Why You Should Say “No.”

Sexual performance is intrinsically associated with overall sexual health and so to a man’s (and a woman’s) sense of wellbeing. Dysfunction in the area of performance can quickly deplete a man’s confidence; so much so that he may be tempted to try whatever product or treatment that sounds viable. Since the development of Viagra and…

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Can Stress Urinary Incontinence Be Managed?

Stress urinary incontinence affects millions of women worldwide. This common affliction often occurs as a late-stage byproduct of vaginal childbirth and is further exacerbated by the natural changes within the vaginal canal. Most women approaching or on the other side of menopause are all-too-familiar with the symptoms of vaginal atrophy. While dryness and other concerns…

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We Should Talk about Erectile Dysfunction

A man’s sexual wellness is largely centered around the ability to obtain an erection and to keep that erection for the duration of sexual intercourse. When an erectile function is diminished, and sexual intercourse is cut short due to softening of the penis, there are repercussions, and sometimes they can be severe. Men who do…

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What You Need To Know About Vasectomy Reversal

Vasectomy reversal shoulders a lot of weight. The entire purpose of this outpatient procedure is to facilitate conception, and, obviously, that is no small matter to a man and his family. You understand the importance of success, so much so that you may have more questions than you even realize as you take steps to…

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The Most Common Bladder Problems in Women

Suffering from bladder problems can be difficult and embarrassing. Leaking urine, the frequent need to urinate and ongoing bladder, urinary tract or vaginal infections are just some of the symptoms many women face. In addition to being cumbersome, these symptoms can also be a sign of a more serious female urology problem. And if left…

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Top Reasons to Visit a Urologist

For most men, the thought of going to the urologist can seem inconvenient and intimidating. This is likely because they feel embarrassed about the urological problems they’re dealing with. But it’s important for men to know that urological symptoms can be an indication of a bigger problem. Here are three reasons to make an appointment…

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