What’s that smell? »

… are contained in the natural substances the body releases, like sweat, Vaginal fluid or Semen . Thus most smells are not associated with any Infections .

If someone’s personal hygiene is not taken care of, then these substances build up, and the smells get stronger. Washing daily, and giving particular care to areas where substances could build up (for example under the foreskin of an uncircumcised man or boy, or the Vaginal area of a woman or girl) will mean any mild …

Dysfunction Treatments »

… using a plastic applicator. The urethra is the tube in the penis out of which both urine and semen pass. Urinating before insertion lubricates the urethra and makes the process easier. It may be considered by those for whom oral medication or injections are not suitable. Its success rate is less than the other two treatments – 35%.

Oral Medication

Viagra is the brand name for sildenafil and is one of several oral preparations now available (others include Cialis and Levitra). …

Internal Ejaculation »

… ejaculation. This is when the feeling of orgasm is experienced with sexual activity but no semen comes out of the penis . This should not be confused with anejaculation described above where these sensations are not felt.

What causes internal/retrograde ejaculation?

Basically, semen is diverted into the bladder during ejaculation instead of being expelled through the penis. It is later excreted with the urine. Retrograde ejaculation would seem to be common following …

Bloody Ejaculation »

Occasionally, blood can be detected in the semen.

This can happen for a number of reasons, but mostly it tends to be associated with problems of the prostate or the seminal vesicles (glands which produce the liquid part of semen).

See the information provided at the The Prostate section of this web site, under "older people".

If you have this problem, you should make an appointment with the Integrated Sexual Health …

Unable to Ejaculate »

… sure.  These reasons can include physical problems with the production, storage or expulsion of semen.

How can anejaculation be treated?

Treatment can be as easy as changing to a different type of medication after consultation with your doctor.  You may want to reduce or stop drinking, or taking other non-prescription drugs.

If you are experiencing psychological problems which you are unable to deal with yourself, then you can also seek advice from your doctor.

When the cause of …

Your Prostate »

… the Bladder, and is closely associated with sexual function since it produces a component of Semen.

It encircles the Urethra, the tube through which both Semen and urine pass to leave the body and it is this which can give rise to a number of problems in later years. Few things go wrong with the prostate, but those which do are very common.

Most difficulties associated with the prostate are not detected until they interfere with the passing of urine or blood is noted in the …

Prostate Cancer »

… the bladder, and is closely associated with sexual function since it produces a component of semen. It encircles the urethra, the tube through which both semen and urine pass to leave the body and it is this which can give rise to a number of problems in later years. Few things go wrong with the prostate, but those which do are very common.

Most difficulties associated with the Prostate are not detected until they interfere with the passing of urine or blood is noted in the urine …