Breaking the barriers of silence and embarrassment, The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health speaks candidly to straight men, gay men, lovers, partners, and wives. Drawing on fascinating case histories, board certified urologist Dr. Dudley Seth Danoff uses straightforward, easy-to-understand terms to offer a meticulous examination of the essentials of male sexual health, arousal, and anatomy. Written for men of all ages, this book dispels common male myths and provides nonjudgmental, practical, safe advice for banishing stress from the bedroom and making sex fun again. Whether readers are looking to improve their genital health, last longer, or overcome erectile dysfunction (ED), this guide will help them determine the fundamental causes of male problems using methods that fit their lifestyle and health profile.
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“Dr. Danoff’s book is the best I’ve ever read on this most important subject. Every man should read it. So should women.” —Larry King
What Is The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health?
The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health provides a meticulous examination of the essentials of male sexual health, arousal, and anatomy. Drawing upon his many years of experience as a urologic surgeon, Dr. Danoff provides nonjudgmental, practical, safe advice for banishing stress from the bedroom and making sex fun again.
Whether you are looking to improve your genital health, last longer during sex, or overcome issues like erectile dysfunction and impotence, Dr. Danoff’s book can help. Learn how.
Why Do I Need a Guidebook to Male Sexual Health?
Most men, at some point in their lives, are afflicted by one of a number of common, treatable sexual conditions. Do you, or does your mate, suffer from any of the following conditions?
- Erectile dysfunction
- Premature ejaculation
- Reduced sex drive
- Performance anxiety
- Prostate cancer
- A sexually transmitted disease
These are very common issues, but they can cause men and their partners considerable stress and anxiety.
The good news is that most of these conditions and their effects on sexual function can be treated—often without sexual enhancement pills or invasive surgery. Discovering the source of the trouble is the first step in figuring out how to fix it.