Men — can you be too young for a vasectomy? And how do you know you’re in a good place to make the decision? A men’s health expert answers these vasectomy questions and more.
What’s normal when it comes to your penis? It turns out small, crooked, bumpy and blue penises are all within the realm of normal. When it comes to a penis, it’s about function rather than form.
From erectile dysfunction to lumps, bumps and curves, your partner’s penis can reveal a lot of information about his overall health.
Rumors about Viagra make some men hesitant to try it. Find out what’s true, what’s not, and how that little blue pill might actually help protect your penis.
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Urologists regularly field difficult — and often embarrassing — questions from patients. Here are 10 common urology-related questions patients ask and expert answers to each.
Every parent wants their baby to be perfect … and most are. But it’s not uncommon for a baby boy to be born with a problem involving his penis, testicles or scrotum. If this happens to your baby, take heart: A pediatric urologist can make things right.
Erectile dysfunction is a serious problem, but many myths and misconceptions persist about the condition.
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.
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.