Does he like you? Listen to his voice. If it sounds sing-songy, the answer is likely ‘yes.’
Sometimes I’ve told a patient that recovery from a heart attack is progressing well. Then as they turn to leave the office they say to me, hesitantly, “I meant to ask you about sex. I mean, can I still have it?”
“Doc, I’m having trouble at home.”
I get this comment frequently from patients with arthritis. When I dig deeper, they often reveal that arthritis is affecting their sex lives.
Are problems with your erections or low libido limiting your sex life? For many men, these are inevitable issues of aging. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to address them. Erection problems are fairly common for men over the age of 50, says Cleveland Clinic urologist Milton Lakin, MD. He says men may be … Read More
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When men turn 40, they may think about how to keep their hair or lose their belly, but they may not think about seeing a urologist.
When it comes to quality sex, food plays a part. The right foods will help keep blood pumping to your sexual organs. The wrong foods can keep your libido down.