An unhealthy lifestyle is an additional risk factor for prostate cancer. An unhealthy lifestyle is also a common cause of erectile dysfunction and a host of other less than positive sexual side effects. Find out more about prostate cancel and ED in this detailed post.
Did you know that the penis is the only place in the body where high blood pressure is desirable and necessary for proper function? A hypertensive penis is an erect penis and a happy penis! Read this post to learn more!
When it comes to treating erectile dysfunction, there are few solutions that help prevent or reverse the condition. Most treatments involve costly medication or incorporate devices. This post explores the underlying cause of ED and how to truly fix it.
Prostate cancer surgery side effects can present as urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction and in some cases, penile deformity. Find out how you can keep your prostate healthy with pelvic floor muscle exercises. In other words, Kegels for men.
A prostate cancer diagnosis can be scary. Side effects of prostate removal such as ED and loss of bladder control, can be even scarier. Find out how a prepared pelvic floor can help you recover erections and urinary control.
What is the PSA test? It is currently the best tool available for detecting prostate cancer. Find out who is the best candidate for PSA screening and everything else you need to know about prostate PSA testing.
With 230,000 new cases diagnosed each year in the U.S., prostate cancer needs to be taken seriously. Prostate health begins with knowledge and can be maintained by leading a healthy lifestyle. Read this post to find out all you need to know about your prostate.
Having your prostate removed is a highly effective means of curing prostate cancer. Unfortunately, because of the prostate’s location - its removal can cause some unwanted sexual side effects. This post explores these side effects and how you can best manage them.