Men’s Health

Prostate-specific antigen screening is linked with a considerable reduction in the risk of death from prostate cancer, suggests a new review. The findings oppose current guidelines from the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), which advise against prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening for prostate cancer due to lack of evidence that it lowers the risk
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Testicles come in many different shapes and sizes. It is also common for one testicle to be slightly larger than the other and for one testicle to hang lower. Due to this extensive variability, there are several different ways to measure a person’s testicles. One measurement looks at volume, which averages about 20 cubic centimeters
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Having puffy nipples as a man is not usually a medical concern, but some people dislike the appearance. Puffy nipples in men may be the result of: weight gain or excess fat hormonal imbalances steroid use In some cases, puffy nipples are the result of a condition called gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is a benign growth of
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  Penis stretching involves using techniques or devices to increase the size of the penis. Popular methods include stretching exercises, such as “jelqing,” and the use of traction devices or vacuum pumps. There is little evidence to suggest that penis stretching methods work. If people do achieve results, these tend to be modest and temporary.
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  Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is an infection in the vagina. Males cannot develop bacterial vaginosis, but they can spread the infection. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), BV is the most common form of vaginal infection for women between ages 15 to 44. People with BV can get symptoms that include
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Humans have looked for ways to improve their sexual experience for thousands of years, including trying to discover the best foods for sex. Scientists have linked a variety of foods with better sex. In this article, learn about which foods to eat to boost libido, improve stamina, and enhance your sex life.   Foods for
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Following a series of experiments, researchers conclude that two compounds found in coffee might help slow the growth of prostate cancer cells. Although the findings are preliminary, they are encouraging. Coffee is one of the most popular drinks on the planet and is a complex cocktail. In fact, coffee can contain more than 1,000 nonvolatile
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Cysts are sac-like structures in the skin that contain fluid, pus, or gas. They usually appear on the face, ears, neck, or back, but they can develop in other areas, including the penis. Most penile cysts do not require treatment. However, anyone who thinks that they may have a cyst should see a doctor for
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Erectile dysfunction is a very common experience. With or without medication, it can often be reversed. Lifestyle changes and natural remedies can help. Most males experience at least one episode of being unable to achieve an erection when desired. In extreme cases, they may be unable ever to have or sustain an erection. Erectile dysfunction
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Ejaculation after a vasectomy remains the same as it was before the procedure. There is no change in either the person’s ability to ejaculate or the appearance of the ejaculate fluid. The only difference in ejaculation is the absence of sperm in the semen. Neither the person who underwent the procedure nor their sexual partners
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For most men, ejaculating is synonymous with having an orgasm, although some men can have an orgasm without ejaculating. Ejaculate contains fluid from the prostate, seminal vesicles, and bulbourethral glands. Though it contains a wide variety of substances, including citric acid, cholesterol, mucus, and water, its primary job is to deliver sperm. Research shows that
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