Photo by Valeria Boltneva on Pexels.com Testosterone replacement therapy does not appear to raise the risk for heart attacks, strokes, or deaths from either, among middle-aged and older men with low testosterone and high risk for heart disease, the long-awaited results from a major clinical trial find. Among over ,5000 men aged 45 to 80 … Continue reading Testosterone: Is it safe for you?
Photo by Summer Stock on Pexels.com Age leaves its mark on every part of your body, including your penis. Starting in your 40s, your testicles produce less testosterone, the hormone that helped your penis grow during puberty and fuels your sex drive. The decline in testosterone, along with other things related to aging, can change the … Continue reading 8 Ways your penis changes with age
Photo by RDNE Stock project on Pexels.com Urinary incontinence takes many forms, including these three main types: Stress incontinence — due to leakage with activities, such as lifting, climbing stairs or strenuous activity Urge incontinence — related to leakage associated with the feeling or urge to urinate Mixed incontinence — a combination of the stress and urge incontinence Stress … Continue reading Surgical options for urinary leakage in men
When most people think of breast cancer, the chances are they don’t think about men. Most information and many of the images about breast cancer are geared toward women. Though breast cancer in men is rare (the chance of a man getting breast cancer in his lifetime is less than 1%), the numbers remind us … Continue reading Men are also prone to breast cancer, new research says
Arguments about the pros and cons of male masturbation is as old as the world and it is not about to change because health experts admit everyone is a champ at it. Every has played the flute at a point in their lives, there's no shame in it, but you must have been to erroneously … Continue reading What they don’t tell you about male masturbation