He watched it for a year, and then he had it removed. Dr. Drew’s recent encounter with prostate cancer is, alas, a common story written by an all-too-familiar cancer. Trusting the intuition of his doctors, he played his cards beautifully and has undoubtedly trumped his opponent for good. Sex and the Prostate What drew me to this story was […]
Fewer men are paying for sex, survey suggests – latimes.com.
Sexual dysfunction often refers to different symptoms in men and women, yet can share similar underlying causes. In women, it is often characterized by low sexual desire or various disorders including sexual arousal, orgasm, and sexual pain. In men, erectile dysfunction (ED) is just that: difficulty getting or keeping erections sufficient for intercourse. ED is […]
Like a lot of men’s health issues, Peyronie’s disease is something that until recently wasn’t largely talked about. Most likely, this is because men don’t often like to bring attention to problems “below the belt” or “in the bedroom,” so to speak. However, research shows that approximately 5 percent of men have Peyronie’s disease (and […]
A couple of months ago I discussed how to boost your testosterone; now let’s focus on the myriad of causes and symptoms of low testosterone or hypogonadism. Male hypogonadism can be congenital or can develop later in life. Your symptoms and treatment options will depend on at what point your hypogonadism occurs. For example, hypogonadism […]
A few weeks ago, actor Michael Douglas caused quite a stir by claiming that the throat cancer that nearly took his life was caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), which he contracted while performing oral sex on his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones. And while Douglas’ statements provoked a lot of jokes, cancer specialists and many other medical […]