Men’s Health

Tips for Living With A Large Prostate

Prostate problems are common in older men. About 1 out of 3 men older than 50 years will suffer with an enlarged prostate, a condition known as benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). By the age of 85 years, it will affect 90% of men. It is not the only type of prostate problem that will affect a man, especially as he gets >> Read More ...

Luteinizing Hormone Deficiency

What is Luteinizing Hormone Deficiency? A deficiency of luteinizing hormone has pronounced effects on human reproduction. In order to understand the consequences of a deficiency of luteinizing hormone, it is important to first understand the effect of this hormone in the human body. Luteinizing hormone (LH) is a hormone >> Read More ...

Balanitis – Inflammation of Penis Head, Swollen Penile Tip

What is balanitis? Balanitis is the medical term for inflammation of the glans penis, also referred to as the head of the penis or tip of the penis. The inflammation often involves the foreskin (prepuce) in uncircumcised men in which case it is known as balanoposthitis. If the foreskin alone is inflamed then it is known as >> Read More ...

Male Sexual Health and the Sexual Act in Men

What is sexual health? According to the World Health Organization, sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences, >> Read More ...

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment (Drugs and Remedies)

Erectile Dysfunction Medications Drug therapy for erectile dysfunction was revolutionized with the introduction of phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors. Until this time it was either a matter of luck with intraurethral alprostadil or a painful and risky procedure of intracavernosal injection with drugs like alprostadil and >> Read More ...

Low Male Hormones – Hypogonadism, Delayed Puberty (Men, Boys)

Testosterone is the most abundant male sex hormone (androgen) circulating in the body. It is mainly formed in the testes although androgens from the adrenal glands can also be converted into testosterone. This hormone is essential for the development of the male sex organs in the fetal stage and subsides a few months after >> Read More ...

Male Hormones (Androgens) Testosterone, DHT, Andro, DHEA

What are the Androgens? The male sex hormones are collectively known as androgens. The most abundant of these hormones is testosterone and it is therefore considered as the main male sex hormone. However there are several other male hormones that are secreted by the testes (testicles). All androgens are steroids hormones. >> Read More ...
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