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Mens Health

Decreased Libido

Decreased libido or sex drive is estimated to be occurring in about 5-15 percent of men. The incidence of libido increases with age and often times accompanies other types of sexual disorders including ED. Read more


Dysuria is a medical term used to refer to the sensation of pain, burning, or discomfort while urinating. The most common cause of dysuria is a urinary tract infection. However, there is a range of other potential etiologies Read more


Epididymitis involves the inflammation of the epididymis which is a curved anatomic structure located behind the testicle. The epididymis is where sperm matures and is stored Read more

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability of maintaining an erection. A person is diagnosed as having erectile dysfunction if the problem is present continuously for at least 6 months. ED can be debilitating condition which can prevent sexual intercourse. Read more

Genital Warts

Condylomaacuminata or anogenital warts are the most commonly seen viral sexually transmitted disease cause by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Read more

Jock Itch

“Jock Itch” is a colloquial term used to refer to a fungal ringworm infection usually caused by tineacorporis that typically occurs in the groin region in the crease between the thigh and the genital area. Read more


Masturbation refers to the act of self-stimulation of the genitals for the purpose of arousal and pleasure. It typically involves stimulation of the sex organs such as the penis or clitoris until orgasm is achieved. Read more

Penile Carcinoma

Cancer of the penis is exceedingly rare in many parts of the industrialized world. However, in the developing work particularly Asia the incidence of cancers affecting the penis is relatively more common. It can present as a psychological challenge to many patients and a treatment challenge to urologists. Read more

Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is a fairly common condition that occurs when a man prematurely experiences orgasm and excretes semen with minimal penile and/or sexual stimulation. The condition can cause significant personal distress and may hamper interpersonal relations. Read more


Priapism is persistent often painful erection not associated with sexual stimulation or desire. Priapism might start when a patient is aroused the erection persists and does not go away even with cessation of sexual activity.  Any patient who has an erection for more than 4 hours should seek medical attention especially if there is an underlying predisposing condition. Read more

Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer is a common cancer seen in men between the age of 15-35. Germ cell tumors (GCTs) account for about 95% of all testicular cancers. Because of treatment advances, testicular cancer has become one of the most curable types of cancer.Read more

Testicular Torsion

Testicular torsion is a surgical emergency that is often commonly seen in newborns and adolescent boys but can occur at any age. It occurs when the spermatic chord twists in a manner that cuts off blood supply to the testicle. Read more