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Category: Men’s Health

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January 2, 2019

Help for Men with Erectile Dysfunction Who Don’t Respond to Medication

Inflatable penile implants can restore spontaneity to sex life.

Men's Health, Urology

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October 8, 2018

Male Infertility: What You Need to Know

Talk to your doctor if you have fertility concerns—your health might depend on it.

Fertility, Men's Health

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September 5, 2018 By Katie O'Brien

Prostatitis: Podcast Episode 8

  Did you know that half of all men will experience prostatitis at some point in their lives? Prostatitis is a painful condition involving inflammation and in rarer cases infection of the groin, including the prostate, penis, testicles, perineum and/or rectum. Not only is it terribly uncomfortable; it can be a little scary. We asked…

Health, Men's Health, Podcast, Prostate, Urology

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July 20, 2018 By Katie O'Brien

Why Men Should Do Yoga: Podcast Episode 5

A lot of men have misconceptions about yoga, according to REX Wellness Instructor and Registered Yoga Teacher Gwen Saint Romain. One misconception is that yoga is always calm, slow, peaceful and easy. In fact, some yoga classes can provide very intense workouts that leave you dripping with sweat. There are tons of health benefits associated…

Fitness, Health, Men's Health, Podcast

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June 14, 2018 By Katie O'Brien

The No-Scalpel Vasectomy: Podcast Episode 3

Matt Coward, MD, urologist and assistant professor in the UNC School of Medicine doesn’t use a scalpel–or any needles–when he performs vasectomies. For couples and individual men who don’t want kids (or any more kids), the no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy is a popular option. But why? How effective is this seemingly simple procedure? How permanent is…

Fertility, Men's Health, Podcast, Surgery

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May 14, 2018

Scar Tissue Can Lead to Painful Erections

Repeated trauma from sex and physical activity can cause Peyronie’s disease.

Men's Health, Urology

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