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11 Oct

If you’ve been struggling to achieve erections and you think your breasts are getting larger, you may be suffering from a condition called hyperprolactinemia. This is a condition wherein your serum prolactin levels are elevated.

Prolactin, sometimes referred to as luteotropin, is a hormone produced by your pituitary gland. When … Read the full article

04 Oct

Poor penile blood flow is one of the main causes of erectile dysfunction. Whether it’s because your blood vessels are hardened due to atherosclerosis or your blood vessels are damaged due to diabetes, when your blood vessels are no longer functioning properly, your erectile function will also be negatively affected.… Read the full article

19 Sep

Porn is supposed to stimulate you sexually. For many, watching pornographic videos while they’re masturbating increases their sexual desire. Others watch porn before sex to help them get in the mood. Porn and masturbation often go together. But what happens if you watch too much porn or if you masturbate … Read the full article

15 Sep

          In men, testosterone levels peak during adolescence and early adulthood, gradually declining with age. Once you hit your 30s, the decline will start, imperceptibly at first. By the time you’re in your 70s, your testosterone levels will be about 30% lower than when you were in your late teens.

          Although … Read the full article

03 Sep

Before telling you the cost of phalloplasty, let’s first discuss what phalloplasty is. Phalloplasty is a procedure that allows surgeons to create, alter, or increase the size of a man’s penis. For some men, this surgery may not be needed to increase their size if they try a male enhancement … Read the full article

29 Aug

Experts have established that eating fruits can help improve male fertility. That’s because fruits contain high concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that prevent sperm from being damaged due to oxidative stress.

Oxidative stress has been found to contribute to male infertility by reducing sperm count, increasing the number of … Read the full article

22 Aug

Nutritional deficiencies are one of the leading causes of low sperm count and male infertility. Various vitamins and minerals are necessary for your testicles to produce sperm efficiently and for your sperm to develop and mature normally.

However, when you are deficient in certain vitamins like vitamin D and folate, … Read the full article