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prostate infection
What is a Prostate Infection?

A prostate infection occurs when your prostate and the surrounding area become inflamed. The prostate is about the size of a walnut. It is located between the bladder and the base of the penis. The tube that moves urine from the bladder to the penis runs through the centre of your prostate. The urethra also …

Unwanted Erection
Unwanted Erection: How To Get Rid Of It

Erections are the product of a healthy bodily function that is useful when a man wants to have sex or masturbate. Sometimes, however, it happens when a man does not want one. What are the best ways to stop an unwanted erection?    The most obvious way to stop an erection is to ejaculate. This …

Living with Peyronie's Disease
Living with Peyronie’s Disease: Impact Sex and Relationships

A bent penis caused by Peyronie’s disease can make sex more difficult and painful, but there are ways to continue enjoying a fulfilling sexual relationship & to be able to ensure you are happy living with Peyronie’s disease. The British Dupuytren’s Society, a charity that works to help men with Peyronie’s disease, among others, surveyed …

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The Top 5 Signs Of Advanced Prostate Cancer

In the early stages, you may not notice any symptoms related to prostate cancer. This is why screenings are important. Symptoms can sometimes be noticed for the first time when cancer advances. Advanced prostate cancer, also called metastatic cancer, means it has spread to other areas of your body beyond your prostate gland. The most …

performance anxiety
The Link Between Performance Anxiety & Erectile Dysfunction

Plenty of men have had issues in the bedroom at some point in their lives. The most common issues include performance anxiety and erectile dysfunction. Performance anxiety happens when you feel stress about your body image or your ability to please your partner. It can lead to erectile dysfunction. It also happens when you feel …

Low Testosterone
Low Testosterone and Male Breasts

Low testosterone levels in men can sometimes lead to a condition called Gynaecomastia, or the development of larger breasts. Testosterone is a naturally occurring hormone and is responsible for male physical features, a man’s sex drive and mood. When there is an imbalance of hormones in men, Gynaecomastia can develop. Both low testosterone and Gynaecomastia …

Vasectomy recovery
What To Do When Recovering From A Vasectomy

You probably will not need to wait long before you can return to normal activities after a vasectomy. Full vasectomy recovery time is about eight to nine days for many people. Keep in mind this may vary depending on your individual perception of pain and the ability for tissue healing. It will take longer until …

erectile dysfunction ring
Can an Erectile Dysfunction Ring Treat Impotence?

What is Erectile Dysfunction? Erectile dysfunction, often referred to as impotence, is defined as a difficulty getting and maintaining an erection long enough to perform sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction does not mean a reduced desire for sex. According to the National Institutes of Health, ED affects men of all ages, but men are likely to …

Diabetes & erectile dysfunction
The Connection Between Type 2 Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction

Although diabetes and erectile dysfunction are two separate conditions, they tend to go hand in hand. ED is defined as having difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection. Men who have diabetes are two to three times more likely to develop ED. When men aged 45 and underdevelop ED, it may be a sign of type …

What is Priapism?

Priapism is a condition that causes persistent and sometimes painful erections. This is when an erection lasts for four hours or more without sexual stimulation. Priapism is uncommon, but when it occurs, it typically affects males in their 30s.   Low flow or ischemic priapism occurs when blood becomes stuck in the erection chamber. A …

penile fracture
Everything You Need To Know About Penile Fractures

A penile fracture is a tear in the tunica albuginea. The tunica albuginea is the rubbery sheath of tissue below the skin that allows the penis to increase in width and length to produce a firm erection. Sometimes the erectile tissue beneath the tunica albuginea also ruptures. That is known as the corpus cavernosum.   …

sexual dysfunction
How Depression Affects Sexual dysfunction

Despite social stigma, depression is a very common illness. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in 20 globally over the age of 12 has some form of depression. The fact is depression can develop in anyone, and at any age. The types of depression include:   Persistent depressive disorder Psychotic …

pain in the penile shaft
Why Do I Have Pain In The Middle Of The Penile Shaft?

Penis pain that is only felt in the middle of the shaft, especially chronic or intense and sharp pain, usually indicates a specific underlying cause. It is probably not a sexually transmitted infection as those often bring on additional symptoms, such as burning, itching, odour, or discharge.    And it is not always a medical …

penis swelling
What Causes Penis Swelling?

Many things cause penis swelling. If you have penile swelling, your penis may look red and irritated and the area might feel sore or itchy. The swelling can occur with or without unusual discharge, foul odour, or bumps. These symptoms could make it difficult to urinate or have sexual intercourse.   Since there are many …

penis increase in girth
Can my penis increase in girth if I gain weight?

It’s easy to assume that when you gain weight some of that excess fat must go to your penis, but unfortunately, this isn’t quite the case. Gaining weight has no effect on the size of your manhood and can actually have the opposite effect, but we’ll get into that later.  So why doesn’t gaining weight …

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