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Drug abuse and low testosterone

Testosterone is present in most mammals and vertebrates. The hormone is produced in men ten times greater than in women, and plays a vital role the biological, physiological and sexual...

Male infertility treatment

OverviewThe medical term infertility means that a couple is unable to conceive after one year of having unprotected sexual intercourse. According to the data, 15% of all couples who are...

Fertility tests for men

Both genders, women and men may suffer from some fertility issues. They all should undergo fertility tests and specific exams. These are not the same for both genders and the...

The fatherhood institute

The Fatherhood Institute is a charity foundation established in 1999. Founders of the Institute were ordinary mothers and fathers who realized that classic family service providers simply do not meet...

Urinary incontinence in men

Urinary incontinence is one of the most unpleasant health problems a person can develop. It affects both genders and may progress slowly over time or develop rapidly. This medical issue...

Eating disorder symptoms in men

When people mention eating disorders, they commonly think that women are the group most prone to suffering from these. However, this is not true since both men and women suffer...

Erectyle disfunction in men from diabetes

One of the health problems which havethe greatest impact on the male part of the population is erectiledysfunction. Namely, while the libido of most men decreases with age,failing to achieve...

Erectile dysfunction after prostatectomy

Prostatectomy is a surgical removal of the prostate, a male gland in charge of production of a slightly alkaline, milky/white fluid that accounts for 20-30% of the volume of the...

Chronic pelvic pain syndrome in men

Chronic pelvic pain is a condition commonly affecting men. This health issues is also known as chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. Before this classification took place, the chronic pelvic pain was referred...