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How to talk about sexual health with your partner

Sex can be a taboo topic… and that’s just the fun stuff. Can you imagine how it feels to speak about your sexual health? Can you even imagine saying words like erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, penis curvature or using more colloquial terms like not getting...

The majority of men with erectile dysfunction remain untreated

Despite the high erectile dysfunction (ED) prevalence most patients receive no treatment, according to a new US study, presented at the Annual EAU Congress. Under treatment of ED continues to be common, even though the treatments have a proven efficacy and quality of...

The causes of erectile dysfunction, may kill you!

A number of medical studies have been carried out that link erectile dysfunction and the functioning of the cardiovascular system. In fact, it has been consistently shown that the onset of erectile dysfunction, is a predicting factor for future cardiovascular episodes...

Penis Enlargement Surgery in the UK: Why is Demand Increasing?

Across our clinics in Europe we have seen a 150% increase over the last year in search related terms for penis enlargement. This has translated to an increase of 33% in booked consultations for penis enlargement; and Doubling of the number of penis enlargement...

5 Sexual Complaints No One Wants to Talk About

Millions of men suffer from a sexual disorder at some point during their lifetime, which can serve as a source of contention when problems arise between the sheets.  While these problems affect a large number of men, most men are unaware that they are among the...

Impotence Treatment with Stem Cells: A Research Update

Various treatments are available that deal with male erectile dysfunction but most of them are on-demand, meaning that these treatments help induce erections when taken just before sexual activity. For the majority of patients this is absolutely fine and indeed PDE-5...

Long term outcomes of Peyronie’s disease treatment

A new study has evaluated the long term outcomes of surgical correction of Peyronies diseases with the incision and grafting technique (see a video animation of the operation here). In particular the researchers evaluated patients outcomes by following up with them...

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