Penis Enlargement surgery for penis growth is referred to as penoplasty. Enlargement of penis can be done in several ways such as using implants that is a permanent lifetime enlargement or with fat transfer which significantly increases the penis length and girth (width/circumference) but may not last for lifetime etc.
General Sexual Health problems in men include premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, anejaculation, retrograde ejaculation, hydrocele, varicocele etc.
Most of you men would have seen your semen colour after masturbation, it is silvery white, thick jelly like, little sticky liquid. Semen colour (some call it sperm colour) varies a little bit depending on the diet and your genetics but more or less that would be the colour of healthy semen/sperms.
As per a study conducted in 2020, where laser circumcision was performed on 40 teenagers to young adults, following were the observations that were made:The average time of surgery was significantly less when laser was used in circumcision. The estimated blood loss was very less compared to conventional circumcision. Post operative complications were very minimal.
Prone masturbation can simply be explained as a position of masturbation where a man lies face down on his chest masturbates. During this process, the person applies pressure on the erect penis for more pleasure. The pressure can be given either by pressing his hip to the bed/pillow under him or by pressing or even squeezing the penis with his palms very hard.
Most of you would be aware of normal hygiene and some tips about how to maintain your general health. Similarly, there are some important things to do to maintain your penis in good health. Good health of penis not only includes you being free from sexually transmitted infections or penile cancer but also what you do to avoid Erectile Dysfunction, if you are able to urinate comfortably and completely, staying fertile for longer etc.
Just like all other organs in the body, penis is also one important organ in a man’s body. Unfortunately, not many treat that as a grey area and some don’t even care to take enough and proper care of penis health. If a man is able to pee properly, have erections and perform sex doesn’t necessarily mean that all is well with it. Penis too needs regular check up and care to keep your body in good health.
Typically an injury to the muscles in this area is a common cause of groin pain. It often feels like pulling or straining of muscles in this area. In this article, we will explore what can cause pain in groin, how is it diagnosed and how pain in groin area is treated.
Epididymis is a tube located at the back of testicles that stores and carries the sperm to the vas deferens. Swelling and inflammation of epididymis is called ‘Epididymitis’. Epididymitis is very common in men aging between 14 and 35. It can also happen in men of different age groups too.
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.
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.