The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health 2016-11-10T17:09:09+00:00

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The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health

Need to find expert, in-depth information about male physiology, erectile dysfunction, potency, and male health problems? Find no-nonsense, easy-to-understand information here:

adolescence (160–161)
aging (124–135)
alcohol (53–54)
anal sex (110, 140)
andropause versus menopause (131–132)
aphrodisiacs (88–89)
appearance of genitals (20–21)
arousal (30–32)
BPH (benign prostate hypertrophy) (61–62)
BPH drug treatments (63–66)
boredom (108–109)
chlamydia (135–136)
circumcision (157–158)
“cock ring” (154–155)
Cowper’s gland (35)
damaging the penis (150–151)
delaying ejaculation (201–202)
digital prostate exam (62)
DOT (dose-optimized thermal therapy) (64)
ejaculation (33–36)
erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs (26–27)
erections (29–33)
genital herpes (138)
gonorrhea (136–137)
heart disease and sex (151–152)
HIV/AIDS (139–140)
hormonal disorders (47–49)
impotence, causes of (40–44)
injectable medication for ED (80–83)
kidney failure (71)
male birth control (153–154)
masturbation (198–199)
Muse system for ED (77–80)
neurological disorders and impotence (45)
nicknames for the penis (4–5)
nocturnal erections (42–44)
oral sex (110–111)
orgasm (33–34)
penile enhancement and enlargement (150)
penile implants (84–86)
penis, anatomy of (29–30)
phalloplasty (26–28)
premature ejaculation (55–56)
priapism (80–82)
prostate cancer (66–70, 158–161)
puberty (123)
refractory period (37–38)
retrograde ejaculation (66)
semen (34–38)
senses that can cause arousal (31–32)
size (25–26)
sperm (34–36)
STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) (135–140)
syphilis (137)
testicle self-examination (163)
testicular cancer (70, 163)
TRT (testosterone replacement therapy) (127–130)
tumescence (32–33, 43–44)
TUMT (transurethral microwave therapy) (64)
TURP (transurethral prostatectomy) (65–66)
unresponsive partners (114–115)
vacuum erectile devices (VEDs) (87–88)
vascular disorders and impotence (45–46)
vasectomy and sex (153–154)
women’s penis preferences (149–150)
women’s top complaints (144–147)

Curious about the many factors that can affect sexual function? Learn more here:

anxiety (187–188)
Coolidge effect (105–106)
depression (101–102)
diabetes (47–48)
fears (103–104)
“hard dick syndrome” (107–109)
intimidation (115–117)
nicotine (54–55)
performance anxiety (186–187)
prescription drugs (51–53)
recreational drugs (53–54)
resentment (118)
self-esteem (95–98)
stress (187–188)

 

 

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