What You Can Do About Prostate Cancer

What You Can Do About Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is a very real risk for many men today. In fact, American males have a 17% chance of a prostate cancer diagnosis within their lifetime. Furthermore, those chances increase with age.

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3 Reasons You Must See Your Urologist

3 Reasons You Must See Your Urologist

When men even hear the word urologist they cringe with pain in the groin. Many male patients have had a bad experience with these specialists that recall painful catheters and other medical devices intended to help.

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What Can I Do About Changes In My Body?

What Can I Do About Changes In My Body?

It is no secret that time has its way with people. As women age, gravity begins to take its toll as the skin loses natural elasticity. The face, breasts, buttocks, and thighs begin to sag; leaving women feeling a little worn.

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Penis Enhancement: Viable Solution or Scam?

Penis Enhancement: Viable Solution or Scam?

Penis size is a real concern among men—as well as some women. On the one hand some guys hear “Size doesn’t matter.”On the other hand, some guys hear “Size is only thing that matters.” Either way, penis size is how men judge themselves, and others, in the sexual pecking order.

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Vasectomy Reversal: What You Need to Know

Vasectomy Reversal: What You Need to Know

In 21st Century society, couples and families have more control over their bodies than ever before. Advances in medical technique have allowed men to decide how many children to have and when.

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You Do Not Have Surrender to ED

You Do Not Have Surrender to ED

Nothing emasculates men more than discovering they can no longer achieve an erection. A fully functioning penis is the very definition of manhood in 21st Century American society.

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The Effects of STDs on the Penis

The Effects of STDs on the Penis

Despite a comprehensive educational and information campaign, sexually transmitted diseases continue to be a major problem in the United States; especially for men.

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What is a Fallen Bladder?

What is a Fallen Bladder?

A cystocele, also known as a fallen bladder, occurs when the partition that separates a woman’s bladder from the vagina deteriorates resulting in the bladder sagging into the vaginal complex causing discomfort and incontinence. Some women experience urine leakage during coughing or even sneezing.

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