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It may feel uncomfortable to talk about low libido. Yet, a better understanding of some of the issues, causes, myths and treatments may help put you in the mood more often.
Testicular cancer is considered a young man's disease because it's most common under age 45. The bad news is there is no way to prevent it, but the good news is that it's highly curable. Get the facts.
Urinary incontinence can occur in up to 10% of men who have had prostate cancer surgery. Learn about two outpatient surgical treatment options that can stop leaks and ease worry.
Kegel exercises aren't just for women. They can help improve bladder control and improve sexual function in men. Here are tips for doing Kegel exercises correctly.
A vasectomy is considered a permanent form of birth control. But plans sometimes change and a reversal is wanted. Learn about factors that affect success and the surgical options available.
Bruce Simones is a busy person. So he was happy when he could get his prostate cancer removed robotically and a hernia fixed at the same time. Now he's back serving his community and feeling great.
Any vein can become varicose, including those in the scrotum. Learn how these enlarged, twisted veins can cause pain, uneven development or fertility challenges and how microscopic surgery can help.
Urinary incontinence is a common condition. Learn why it can be particularly troublesome for men, and about treatment options to improve symptoms and bring comfort.
Peyronie's disease occurs when scar tissue develops on the penis. It can cause pain, deformity, shortening and anxiety. Learn how early treatment can improve symptoms or stop it from getting worse.
Men aren't as likely as women to have preventive screenings and regular exams. Discover why avoidance can lead to a treatable situation turning deadly.
Misconceptions about erectile dysfunction may cause some men to skip treatment. We'll debunk myths about this common condition that affects half of men ages 40–70.
If you've been diagnosed with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), it's time for you and your provider to talk about treatment options.