Male Contraception

Male Contraception: Are There Any Risks Of ED?

We read a startling statistic about Canadian pregnancies—nearly half are unplanned. It suggests a need for better family planning with more options for both partners, including a male contraceptive, perhaps a male contraceptive pill instead of (or in addition to) birth control pills for females. W...
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Overactive bladder and lifestyle changes

9 Lifestyle Changes for Men to Overcome an Overactive Bladder

If there’s one condition that makes everyday life difficult for an adult, it’s an overactive bladder. When you feel the urge to urinate too frequently, the stress can disrupt your sleep—and your sex life.  You may be familiar with overactive bladder symptoms, but you’re wond...
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Penile Erection Process

The Physiological Process of Penile Erection Explained

Today, we’re talking about how arousal and sexual desire cause a penile erection. These are healthy and normal processes, but they can be affected by an orgasmic disorder.  How Arousal or Sexual Desire Cause an Erection A physical erection has its beginnings in your brain.  Your senses a...
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Is Erectile Dysfunction a Genetic Disease_

Is Erectile Dysfunction a Genetic Disease?

Many people have questions about their risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) and, specifically, if there’s a genetic risk factor that they’ll suffer from ED. ED Symptoms ED is a sexual dysfunction that makes it difficult or impossible for a person to get an erect penis or keep their erection firm en...
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