No one enjoys discussing STDs, but if you are an adult having sex, or you are a parent, it would be wise to learn some essential facts about STDs that everyone should know.
Since it is a permanent form of birth control, many men have questions or concerns before having a vasectomy. This is normal and to be expected. Here are a few common vasectomy myths that many patients have de-bunked:
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When a new study came out in 2014 suggesting that men who had a vasectomy were at increased odds of getting prostate cancer, questions and apprehensions emerged. The study, published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO), reported an “increased … Continue reading
If you’re a male that struggles with infertility, you might have been tempted to try one of the many male fertility supplements that are available on the market. But do they really help increase sperm count and mobility, or are … Continue reading
A vasectomy is considered a permanent form of birth control. However, it is possible to have a vasectomy reversal if you decide you want to be fertile.
What is erectile dysfunction? Erectile dysfunction, also known as ED or impotence, is a condition that involves not being able to achieve or sustain an erection that allows you to have sex.
A vasectomy is a safe procedure and, for most men, is a good option for permanent birth control. Here are a few things to keep in mind when considering a vasectomy.
A vasectomy reversal, also known as a vasovasostomy, is a surgical procedure where the tubes are reconnected. A vasovasostomy is considered an outpatient procedure, so an overnight hospital stay isn’t necessary. Before considering a vasectomy or a vasectomy reversal, it’s … Continue reading
For some people, permanent birth control is the best option to guarantee that they will not have any more children. However as the name explains, permanent birth control is, well, permanent. In very few cases are these procedures reversible. Before … Continue reading