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April 25, 2012

Erectile Dysfunction: Fact or Fiction?

Men experiencing erectile dysfunction need to know the facts from the fiction.
Erectile dysfunction is the most common form of male sexual health problems with one out of every ten men affected in the US alone. Caused by a variety of factors, ED is classified as difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection. Despite affecting more than 18 million Americans, facts about erectile dysfunction remains a largely misunderstood condition due in large part the many myths and rumors surrounding the disorder. Continue reading

April 3, 2012

Common Sexual Problems in Men

Male sexual health problems can be common for men of any age. These problems can feel embarrassing to discuss and therefore are not sometimes fully understood. Sexual dysfunction among men typically manifests as erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and a decreased libido. Education is important in understanding male sexual health problems, to better understand if treatment is required and what steps should be taken. Continue reading

March 30, 2012

Can Exercise Prevent Erectile Dysfunction?

More than 18 million men in the United States are affected by Erectile Dysfunction (ED). That’s almost one out of every ten. While many men may experience difficulty in achieving and maintaining an erection, ED is an ongoing concern that can result in low self-esteem, impair sexual performance and damage relationships. While many pills and pumps offer to treat ED, researchers are discovering more evidence that proves regular exercise might be one of the most effective ways to treat and prevent Erectile Dysfunction. Continue reading

March 27, 2012

The Myth of the "G-Spot"

Many myths, rumors and falsehoods are connected with female orgasm, including the misconception that some women simply can’t achieve climax. While clitoral stimulation is widely known to be the primary means of orgasm for women, there is also a large amount of debate on the supposed female erogenous zone known as the “G-Spot”. Continue reading