Patient Education (Feed from SexHealthMatters.org)
New research suggests that oral drugs for erectile dysfunction (ED) don’t increase a man’s risk for biochemical recurrence of prostate cancer.
Men on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), a treatment for prostate cancer, might be at increased risk for Alzheimer’s.
Penis transplants may eventually become an option for American men who have had severe injuries to their genitals.
Often, ED is one of the first symptoms of something more serious, so we encourage men to have a thorough checkup with their doctor when they start having problems with erections.
“Sexual consent is where a person has the ability and freedom to agree to sexual activity.”
Some men do develop erectile dysfunction (ED) for a time after a prostate biopsy. But not all do. Let’s look at this topic more closely.
SexHealthMatters.org Did You Know?
The younger adolescents are when they become sexually active, the greater their risk for sexually-transmitted infections (STIs), new research suggests.
After breast cancer treatment, women may have a number of sexual health concerns.
Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) doesn’t appear to cause or worsen lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) or an enlarged prostate.