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Ways to Improve Erectile Dysfunction

Ways to Improve Erectile Dysfunction

by Yenny (SU)
If you are currently having difficulty getting or maintaining an erection, you must check with your doctor to make sure it is not being caused by an underlying, previously undiagnosed medical condition that needs treatment. While it may seem a private or personal problem, the possible risk factors contributing to ED could be life threatening.

Vasectomies as a Birth Control Method

Vasectomies as a Birth Control Method

by Yenny (SU)
A vasectomy is a fairly simple surgical procedure in which the tubes that deliver sperm into the man’s semen (vas deferens) are snipped or blocked, thus eliminating the presence of sperm from the ejaculate. If you have had a vasectomy, it is highly probable that you cannot get a woman pregnant.

CAN DIET CAUSE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION (ED)?

CAN DIET CAUSE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION (ED)?

by Natalie (SU)
Erectile dysfunction, or ED, is the condition where a man is persistently unable to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient to have sex. Many men find this to be very embarrassing, and are often reluctant to talk with their doctor about the issue. As with most conditions in the body, if the problem is systemic, it could well be impacted by diet.

PostOp Care: Recovery after a Vasectomy Reversal

PostOp Care: Recovery after a Vasectomy Reversal

by Natalie (SU)
WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER HAVING SURGERY TO REVERSE A VASECTOMY As many men do, you may have once chosen to have a vasectomy as an effective and permanent means of birth control. But, that was then. Now, you find yourself in the position of desiring children, and wondering if you can reverse that vasectomy you had years ago. One of the best reasons to choose a vasectomy for the purpose of sterilization is the fact that, in most cases, they can be reversed should the man change his mind and decide to have children at a later date. Vasectomy reversal surgery has come a long way, and has a high success rate. Through the use of microsurgery, it is now much more successful at restoring fertility. And, post-operative recovery from the reversal of vasectomies is now a relatively easy process.