'Getting Up' to 'Get Down'
Hey, guys: have you had trouble 'getting it up' when you and your lover are trying to 'get down'? Having erection problems once or twice is not a big deal.
FDA Recalls RegenArouse
Regeneca , Inc. notifed the public of a nationwide recall of RegenArouse , Lot Number 130100. FDA lab analysis confirmed the presence of Tadalafil , an FDA-approved drug used as treatment for male Erectile Dysfunction (ED), making this product an unapproved new drug.
MRIs Help Avoid E.D. Following Prostate Surgery
Erectile dysfunction and incontinence are the most serious and disheartening side effects of surgery to treat prostate cancer. A new study finds imaging studies before a prostatectomy could make a difference.
Maladies of Men Only
Men and women have much in common. But let's face it: there are some obvious differences between the sexes, especially when it comes to sexual health.
How Reliable a Link?
Though men who have vascular erectile dysfunction appear to be at a higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease, that doesn't mean ED alone should be considered a risk factor.
The Dysfunctional Side of Colon Cancer
You should know about all the possible risks and benefits of any medical procedure you have. Men undergoing treatment for colon cancer aren't getting the information they need.
Protect Your Prostate
Eating the right foods and exercising regularly are key elements in staying healthy. There’s no wonder experts all around the world say these same elements help keep prostate healthy.
Cialis OK'ed for Prostate Condition
With its latest FDA approval, Cialis (tadalafil) can now help men shrink a certain swollen organ while also making another organ swell. The FDA has approved the erectile dysfunction medication to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also known as enlarged prostate.
There are many ways to keep your heart healthy. Is sex one of them and is sex even considered exercise? As people get older sex might seem like it’s too strenuous for the heart, but is it?
When Can I Enjoy Sex Again?
Prostate cancer treatment typically interferes with sexual function. It's to be expected. Now, doctors have a way of predicting when normal sexual activity will resume.