Men with gout are at higher risk for erectile dysfunction (ED), researchers say. And this risk might be apparent before a gout diagnosis is even made.
Archives for July 2017
The complex components of female-to-male gender-confirmation surgery can be safely and effectively accomplished in one stage, according to new research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Benzocaine, a topical local anesthetic, could be useful in the treatment of premature ejaculation (PE), experts say.
Researchers have found a possible correlation between videogames and men’s sexual health. Their preliminary study, published online last month in Journal of Sexual Medicine, found that men who play videogames more than an hour each day are less likely to have premature ejaculation (PE) and more likely to have decreased sexual desire when compared to “non-gamers.”
This proof-of-concept study discusses the ways three-dimensional (3D) photographs might be used to develop metrics for describing volume-loss deformities in men with Peyronie’s disease (PD).
Patients with cardiac disease often have sexual problems, such as erectile dysfunction and low desire, and orgasm difficulties. However, new research in the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests that such problems do not necessarily harm patients’ relationships with their partners.