Men's Health

Men's Health (28)

If a couple has fertility problems, it’s usually the women who initiate seeking help. This should not be the case as men’s contribution to infertility is estimated to be about 30%. 
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), once called shell shock or battle fatigue syndrome, is a serious condition that can develop after a person has experienced or witnessed a traumatic or terrifying event in which serious physical harm occurred or was threatened.

Sexual health causes concern in many men. Yet, many are not comfortable talking to their doctors about sexual problems. Others erroneously shift blame to their female partners, or find excuses to mask their problems all together. Sexual health ranges from being able to enjoy sex, to sexually transmitted infections.

There’s a common misconception that men retain their fertility potential for almost a lifetime. Nothing could be further from reality. Men suffer from a similar decline in fertility as much as their women counterparts.

The dual age-related fertility decline is a natural phenomenon, thus skewed blame of women in matters of fertility should be avoided.

What is the prostate gland?

The prostate is a small organ located at the base of the bladder and wrapped around the urethra, the tube that empties the bladder through the penis. It sits in front of the rectum, and the back portion of the organ can be felt during rectal examination by a health care practitioner.

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