Unfortunately, some medical procedures can result in penile shortening. In a recent paper published by Sexual Medicine Reviews, researchers looked at various studies on penile size and the effects of surgical treatments for Peyronie’s disease, erectile dysfunction (ED), and prostate cancer.
After radical prostatectomy, many men experience a temporary shortening of the penis. But they could regain most of that length, if not all, within a year, according to new research.
Erectile dysfunction can be treated in a number of ways, including the use of penile traction therapy, vacuum erection devices, and vascular surgery. Last month, the Journal of Sexual Medicine published a review of the latest developments in these particular approaches and offered recommendations for each.
Surgeons at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine are getting ready to perform the first penis transplant in the United States.
Men who have undergone vasectomy have sex more frequently than their non-vasectomized counterparts, according to a new Journal of Sexual Medicine Study.
New research involving spina bifida patients uses fMRI brain mapping to investigate sensation in a newly innervated penis.