This study examines the relationship between the SIHSM method and rates of mechanical failure or complications.
Archives for February 2017
Obese men could see improvements in erectile and urinary function as early as one month after bariatric surgery, according to a recent study.
Recipients of inflatable penile prostheses (IPPs) are less likely to need reoperation if their surgeons are “high volume implanters,” according to a study published last summer in the Journal of Urology.
Patients who have male-to-female gender reassignment surgery (GRS) tend to be satisfied with the function of their neoclitoris, according to a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study.
Men who work nonstandard shifts and have poor sleep quality may be more likely to have hypogonadal symptoms and sexual problems, according to new research.