Another Reason To See Your Doctor

Men with erectile dysfunction (ED) might want to think about being screened for osteoporosis. Recently, scientists from Taiwan reported that men with ED were about three times more likely to develop osteoporosis than those who have no trouble with erections. Osteoporosis is a bone disorder caused by decreased bone density. It makes bones more fragile … Continued

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Peyronie’s Disease Awareness

Courtesy of Mirror.co.uk, published June 13, 2016 By Vivienne Aitken One in 20 men suffers from a painful condition that gives them a bent penis – and many of them are too embarrassed to see a doctor. At the start of Men’s Health Week, a charity believes it is time to begin talking about Peyronie’s … Continued

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Peyronie’s Disease? You Can Talk To Us

Peyronie’s Disease Support It’s important for men with Peyronie’s disease – and their partners – to know that they’re not alone. Many men are embarrassed about their condition or feel nervous about discussing it with a doctor. But having the discussion an important step in learning how to manage the condition. Here, we’ll discuss how … Continued

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Sexual Dysfunction Expert Dr. Michael Zahalsky Presenting Results at SMSNA

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., Aug. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Meet Dr. Z. He hates ED. He hates Peyronie’s Disease. He hates pretty much any form of sexual dysfunction, and has dedicated his practice and his life to helping patients regain their confidence through biologic therapies. Photo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160801/394480 Logo –  http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160801/394481LOGO This fall at the annual … Continued

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Meet Dr. Spitz

Dr. Aaron Spitz Dr. Aaron Spitz is one of the most respected names in fertility medicine in the state of California and throughout the country. He is an authority on vasectomy reversals and men’s sexual health, and has authored several highly-regarded peer-reviewed articles on the topics. Dr. Spitz earned his medical degree from one of the most … Continued

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Meet Dr. Brant

Dr. William Brant I am an Associate Professor at the University of Utah, School of Medicine. My current practice is dedicated to men’s health, with a particular focus on sexual and erectile medicine, chronic scrotal content pain, symptom management following prostate and pelvic cancer treatment, penile reconstructive surgery, and prosthetic surgery. My clinical and research interests … Continued

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Dr. Zahalsky and team have been sharing UroCellZ research and real patient results at the 2016 American Urological Association Convention in San Diego, which wraps up tomorrow. Stem cells function as “repairmen” of tissue, reabsorbed after 5 days @Urostem @UroCellZ @ZUrology #AUA16 — Mini Varghese (@DrMini) May 8, 2016

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Mental Health & Sexual Dysfunction

May is Mental Health Month. According to UMMC, psychological issues may cause up to 15 percent of ED cases. The most common psychological causes for ED include stress, depression, relationship problems, and anxiety. That also means that 85% of ED cases are not linked to psychological issues, but instead a physical problem. In these instances, … Continued

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