Many men who have had surgery to correct hypospadias are concerned about the appearance of their penis, especially to sexual partners. However, new research has found that women often consider corrected genitals to be just as normal-looking as those without hypospadias.
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.
Surgeons have found a way to establish or restore penile sensation in men with spina bifida and spinal cord injury.
Copper wire therapy might be a viable way to treat cavernous hemangiomas of the penis, Chinese researchers report.
Male circumcision does not negatively affect men’s sexual function or satisfaction, according to a systematic literature review.
While penile prostheses are generally considered an effective treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED), cases of malpractice litigation do occur at times. Recently, researchers from the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and Wake Forest School of Medicine discussed such cases in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.