Sex Enhancement Archives

How to choose better urologist

No man who suspects he has ED, or has been previously diagnosed with ED, should proceed with any form of ED treatment before consulting a physician with expertise in this area - preferably a urologist - for a complete medical evaluation to detect any medical conditions causing or contributing to his sexual dysfunction. In choosing [...]

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Kegel exercises

Kegel exercises were originally developed by Dr.Arnold Kegel (KAY-gul) to help women with problems controlling urination. They were designed to strengthen and give women voluntary control of a muscle called the pubococcygeus, or P.C. for short. The P.C. muscle is part of the sling of muscle stretching from the pubic bone in front to the [...]

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Inflatable penile prosthesis

An inflatable penile prosthesis usually consists of two cylinders, a pump, and a reservoir that holds the fluid used to fill the cylinders. These parts are either incorporated into one device or are separate but interconnected and are placed inside the body. For all practical purposes, in the flaccid state, when the cylinders are deflated [...]

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Vacuum pumps advantages and efficacy

Several types of vacuum pumps are available. Most consist of a plastic or silicone rubber cylinder with a pump attachment. A recently developed battery-operated model creates the vacuum with no active pumping on the part of the user. Other models are electrically operated by a touch button that simplifies the pumping process, especially for men [...]

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Medications and cardiovascular risk factors

Spurred by recent epidemiologic studies confirming clear associations between cardiovascular risk factors, endothelial dysfunction, and ED, a group of cardiologists, urologists, and other experts from prominent medical centers convened the Second Princeton Consensus Conference to study the risks of sexual activity and adverse drug interactions with PDE-5 inhibitors for men who have, or may have, [...]

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