Archive for September, 2014

  • Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction

    Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction

    Men with diabetes have a greater risk of ED than men generally. Various studies show that 35% to 75% of men with diabetes will develop some degree of ED and more than 50 % will develop ED within 10 years of the onset of diabetes. […]

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  • Prostate Cancer

    Prostate Cancer

    What Are the Risk Factors for Developing Prostate Cancer? We do not yet know exactly what causes prostate cancer, but we do know that certain risk factors are linked to the disease. Some risk factors, such as smoking, can be eliminated by simply quitting (or […]

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  • Guide for Erectile Dysfunction

    Guide for Erectile Dysfunction

    Women – at least, so some anxious men choose to think – only make matters worse. They can, if needs be, have sexual intercourse without arousal or interest. They can use lube if they’re not aroused. They can enjoy sex to some degree without an […]

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  • Dispelling the Taboo of Intersex Conditions

    Dispelling the Taboo of Intersex Conditions

    For later onset CAH, both females and males can enter precocious puberty from two to four years of age. This can be controlled medically but may result in short stature. However, affected children are often much taller and more physically developed than their peers in […]

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  • Peyronie’s Disease: Other Nonsurgical Treatments

    Peyronie’s Disease: Other Nonsurgical Treatments

    Penile Traction Two recent studies have reported promising results for penile traction therapy as an adjunct to oral and intralesional therapy for PD. One small observational study using penile traction for men with curvature <50° demonstrated increased penile length (1.4 cm on average) and decreased […]

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