Arousal »

… of these feelings come into play. Where one step leads into another can be hard to decide. Libido is the term generally used to describe Sex drive, the urge to sexual fantasy or activity. It varies between individuals and there is no identifiable “normal” level of intensity; there is a range of experience from the lowest to the highest and whatever feels right and good for you may be considered normal.

When interest is stimulated and the sex drive is engaged then arousal is …

Andropause »

… to the effects experienced by some women undergoing Menopause and include fatigue, loss of Libido, sexual difficulties, Depression, irritability, aches and pains, sweating and flushing. Predisposing factors such as a history of Vasectomy or Mumps have been suggested as possibly leading to an early testosterone deficiency.

Andropause should not be confused with what has been called the ‘male mid-life crisis’ which can occur around 40 years old. This is essentially an …

Your Prostate »

… production to shrink the prostate. Side effects here can include a decrease in Sex drive ( Libido ), difficulties with ejaculation or with gaining erections (ErectileDysfunction). Where medical procedures do not help alleviate the problems being encountered then surgery to remove all or part of the Prostate might be carried out (prostatectomy). Again, side effects can include Erectile Dysfunction, retrograde ejaculation in almost 90% of cases, and urinary Incontinence. Other …

Prostate Cancer »

… production to shrink the Prostate. Side effects here can include a decrease in Sex drive ( Libido ), difficulties with Ejaculation or with gaining erections (ErectileDysfunction). Where medical procedures do not help alleviate the problems being encountered then surgery to remove all or part of the Prostate might be carried out (prostatectomy). Again, side effects can include Erectile Dysfunction, Retrograde ejaculation in almost 90% of cases, and urinary Incontinence . …