Talking about sports or work is a breeze for guys. But most men keep their health worries private. Explore tips from our experts and learn why you should confide in your doctor when you first notice symptoms.
Why do men get morning erections? At what age is it normal to start getting them? And is it ever a cause for concern? A urologist answers five key questions.
Can your diet lead to erectile dysfunction or keep you from becoming a dad? A urologist answers FAQs about diet and ED or male infertility.
Let’s face it, men: It’s tough keeping on top of all the health and medical advice out there. We’ve put together a list of timeless tips that can help keep you on top of your health game.
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About one in 250 men will develop testicular cancer in their lifetime, while one in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. “Men are sometimes reluctant to see a doctor for any number of reasons, ranging from embarrassment to simply not making the time for their personal health,” says Eric Klein, MD, Chairman of the Glickman Urological & … Read More
If you have heart disease and take ED drugs, you should know that these drugs are usually safe and effective, unless you take nitroglycerin.
Most men who experience erectile dysfunction (ED) can achieve stimulation through oral medications like Viagra®, Levitra® and Cialis®. Lifestyle changes can also help remedy the problem. They may quit smoking or lose weight, or undergo psychotherapy. While these are the most common methods, they may not work for everyone. For example, male heart patients who take coronary vasodilators … Read More
Penis pain can have many cause, from Peyronie’s to penile fracture to skin disorders like lichen sclerosus. Here’s when to see your doctor.
Is diabetes affecting your sex life? Our experts offer tips for turning things around.
Erectile dysfunction, or ED, isn’t just about sex. It can be a red flag for a number of medical conditions and shouldn’t be ignored, experts say. “New onset of erection problems is often an early sign of cardiovascular disease,” says urologist Daniel Shoskes, MD. “Erectile dysfunction can signal compromised blood flow in other parts of … Read More