Can Viagra give you a never-ending erection? Or turn you into a Casanova? A urologist sets the record straight.
Surveys show that men often neglect their health. Here are 10 reasons why’s that a bad (and even life-threatening) idea.
Nearly half of all men don’t see a doctor for an annual checkup. Here’s what they’re missing.
When you’re experiencing erectile dysfunction (ED), it can feel like you’re the only one going through it. A urologist reassures that you’re not alone and addresses the most frequently asked questions about ED, as well as debunks some persistent myths.
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As you age, quality-of-life issues become more pressing. In men and people assigned male at birth (AMAB), changes to your reproductive system can affect your prostate, urinary system and sexual health. Here’s why and when you should start seeing a urologist.
Physical therapists explain how Kegels can help people who’ve had prostate surgery regain continence and stop urinary leakage.
If you’re considering a penis or scrotum piercing, or have had a piercing in your nether regions, you’ll want to understand the risks and practice good personal hygiene. Here, we provide some tips.
A prostate massage isn’t an effective therapy for prostate problems or pelvic pain. A urologist explains.
Are you worried you might be peeing too much? A urologist explains some causes of frequent urination in men and people assigned male at birth.
A urologist explains some of the most common substances that can affect fertility in men and people assigned male at birth.