Dysfunction Treatments »

… It might be considered as an alternative as it can be taken by men on nitrate treatments.

Penile prostheses

These are implants which normally consist of two rods inserted into the shaft of the penis. Options are for a permanent erection or one where the penis can be pumped erect as required.

An operation is necessary for the insertion and is generally a procedure of last resort, although success rates are quite high.

Some men with erectile dysfunction opt to have a penile

Your Prostate »

… usual Prostate related symptoms described previously, prostatitis may be accompanied by rectal, Penile, Testicle and low back pain. A fever or chill may also occur.

Treatment

Acute prostatitis may respond to antibiotics and other medication. If this is not the case and the condition becomes chronic then longer courses of antibiotics/ other medications may be requires. Occasionally the prostate may be removed surgically (prostatectomy). This may lead to erectile dysfunction. This …

Injuries »

… medical attention.  Injuries can occur when people are being sexually adventurous.  Read on!

Penile Fracture  

The penis can break if it is bent too far, and a crack may be heard if this happens.  You will feel pain and will probably bleed from the tip of the penis.  An ice pack should be applied and emergency medical help called.  An operation may be required.  Remember when trying new positions and experimenting sexually, you are human and accidents happen.

Strangulation …

Penile Cancer »

Cancer of the penis is a very rare condition, and even rarer in circumcised men. This may indicate a possible cause as being poor hygiene in uncircumcised men.

Warning signs may include a growth or ulceration on the head of the penis, the foreskin or the shaft , which does not go away even after treatments for sexually transmitted infections . It is very important to report these to your …

Prostate Cancer »

… usual Prostate related symptoms described previously, prostatitis may be accompanied by Rectal, Penile , testicular and low back pain. A fever or chill may also occur.

Treatment

Acute prostatitis may respond to antibiotics and other medication. If this is not the case and the condition becomes Chronic then the Prostate may eventually be removed surgically (prostatectomy). The results for sexual activity are the same as with any prostatectomy – Erectile Dysfunction that may be …