When you present yourself to your sex specialist, the first he/she would do to you is a physical examination of your testicles. An experienced sexologist can easily feel any lumps or tumors in the area. If no condition is obvious through physical examination, he/she may ask to go for certain tests.
General Sexual Health problems in men include premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, anejaculation, retrograde ejaculation, hydrocele, varicocele etc.
Testicular pain may be chronic or sharp; may be felt in one or both the testicles depending on the cause. There are several reasons that can lead to pain in testicles including testicular torsion, epididymitis, orchitis, injury or trauma, inguinal hernia, growth of lumps or tumors, kidney stones etc. Even a mild testicular pain should not be ignored because sometimes, that may be indicating a severe underlying cause that needs to be treated. Ignoring testicular pain can lead to surgical intervention or removal of testicles.
Low sex drive, not having erections like you had few months ago? Not having interest in sex or feeling tired always? These could be signs that are telling you that you are low on testosterone, an important male hormone. Know the symptoms of that you will see when your body is producing low levels of testosterone.
Scrotal swelling is the swelling of scrotum (the sack/bag that holds your balls). Reasons can be many from a harmless cyst to cancerous tumor. If you have persistent pain and see any kind of swelling, don’t delay; see a good sex specialist immediately. After a physical examination, your doctor may ask for imaging or biopsy to determine/confirm the actual cause and treat accordingly. Treatment of scrotal swelling may be as simple as a prescription or may even require a surgery.
“Excuse me Sir, Ma’m, I have to pee or go ‘su su’ ” – remember the days when you used to raise your little finger and ask your teacher that you want to go to the toilet in the middle of the class? Some teachers would allow and some would ask you to wait until it’s time for recess. Have you ever thought if holding your pee (su su) is good or bad; how much urine you can hold and for how long? What happens if you hold your urine for long? Read on to find out some interesting facts about holding your pee.
Does your penis smell bad? Find out when penis can stinkEver felt that your penis is stinking when you take it out to pee? There are some very common reasons why a penis stinks and those include few medical conditions that a good sexologist must treat. Formation of Smegma Accumulation of dried semen, dead skin…
Cryptorchidism – Undescended Testicle Cryptorchidism refers to a condition when one or both testicles have not descended into the scrotum of the baby by the time he is born. In most of the cases, it’s only one testicle that remains undescended. This condition is commonly seen in at around 10% of the male babies. Typically…
With age, the levels of testosterone decreases in any man’s body. And that results in acquiring some medical conditions in some men. Experts disagree on the benefits that Hormone Replacement Therapy in men can bring in, so some may prefer to administer while some may not.
Most of you would have heard of menopause in women, but have you heard about Andropause, also called Male menopause? Yes, even men reach andropause, a stage where the levels of testosterone fall decently resulting in many changes in the body
Penile Frenuloplasty – When and How is it done? Frenulum refers to a connecting tissue between two parts of the body. Frenulum typically restricts the motion of one part it is connected to. There are several frenulum in the body including the small connecting tissue under the penis that connects the head of the penis…