“Nerve Wrap” Hastens Return of Continence and Sexual Function after Prostatectomy

“Nerve Wrap” Hastens Return of Continence and Sexual Function after Prostatectomy

  For men with advanced prostate cancer, a prostatectomy or surgical removal of the prostate is often recommended. Though effective in saving the man’s life, this surgery can damage the neurovascular bundle (NVB), nerves that assist in urinary continence and erectile functioning. But even with modern techniques such as...

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Checking Male Infertility in a Cost-effective Manner

Checking Male Infertility in a Cost-effective Manner

15-20% of all couples trying to conceive experience infertility. Of these cases, 50% of the time the issue stems from the male. Infertility is defined as taking part in unprotected intercourse for one year without conceiving. Male infertility is often a crushing diagnosis for the would-be father. What’s more,...

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Viagra Most Effective for ED, Highest Risk of Side Effects

If you are struggling with erectile dysfunction it may be difficult to determine which medication or treatment option is best for you. Most American men consider pharmaceuticals first. A new study supports that reasoning, but also cautions patients and doctors. The analysis of over 150 trials finds that Viagra...

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Investigating the Link between ED and Glaucoma

Researchers have found a connection between erectile dysfunction and the eye disease glaucoma. They say those who develop glaucoma are considerably more likely to have ED. In the 1980’s it was thought that topical beta blockers was the common thread. Researchers initially went into the study thinking that, but...

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