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Many men who have undergone a vasectomy have later expressed a desire to have it undone. Experts estimate that 6% to 15% of men who have vasectomies eventually have a change of heart and undergo a vasectomy reversal, a procedure that makes pregnancy possible again. Vasectomy reversal, while a complex procedure, offers many men a second chance at natural conception.
It can take time to find the right treatment for ED. And with lifestyle changes and surgery, it takes time for the situation to improve. What can men do in the meantime? How can they cope with ED in the here and now?
Sex can be a sensitive topic for any couple. Some people are shy about their bodies or feel embarrassed discussing a subject so private and personal. But there are times when sexual issues need attention, and Peyronie’s disease can be one of those times.
The goal of this article is to debunk false information and clarify some of the issues medical scientists still debate. For topics still in debate, we put this information into context using current, peer-reviewed research on Prostate Cancer.
Perhaps you and your partner are finished having children. Or you just know you don’t want children in the future and want to make sure no unplanned pregnancies happen. If this is the case, you might be looking for permanent methods of birth control.
No doubt you’ve been trying to stay healthy in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While it can be a confusing, unsettling time, scientists are learning more about the virus every day. You might be wondering how COVID-19 may affect your sex life. Let’s take a look at some common questions.