A group of Italian researchers feel that compensated (subclinical) hypogonadism should be not considered a new clinical entity, according to a recent report in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Archives for June 2014
In an article published in April in Sexual Medicine Reviews, urologists from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill describe two cases of venous thrombosis after such procedures.
Survivors of non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC) experience a number of sexual problems, including erectile dysfunction and vaginal dryness, recent research shows.
Men with condom-associated erection problems (CAEP) may need more time and stimulation to become aroused, American researchers say.