Anti-aging clinics using growth hormone (GH) as a “fountain of youth” have become more popular over the years. However, this use needs more research, experts say.
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Regular coffee consumption does not appear to affect men’s erections, but decaffeinated coffee intake might, suggests a recent study in the American Journal of Epidemiology.
An estimated 40% to 50% of women have at least one symptom of female sexual dysfunction (FSD), researchers say, but the association between cardiovascular risk factors and sexual health “appears milder” for women than for men.
Men with erectile dysfunction (ED) are at higher risk for cardiovascular events, even when other risk factors, like cholesterol levels, smoking, and high blood pressure are considered, scientists report.
Men with good sexual function before surgery are more likely to benefit from nerve-sparing prostatectomy than those with poor function, suggests new research in the Journal of Urology.
This study discusses the authors’ experiences with performing vulvoplasty along with patients’ satisfaction or regrets about choosing it. It also examines patients’ feelings about vulvoplasty as a non-binary surgical option.