Prostate cancer affects thousands of American men every year. The side effects of a prostatectomy used to be severe at one time, but newer technology and nerve-sparing surgery have lessened the complications of surgical side effects. Still, after undergoing a prostatectomy there are lifestyle change
In a world full of great new sex ideas, the modern man might be tempted to engage in a variety of sexual acts that were not really heard of in past times. Rewind the clock about forty years and there were no major implications to sexual activity being bad. Also rewind the clock to when the swinger m
What do you know about sexually transmitted disease, aka STDs? If you've never contracted one, then you have either had only one partner, or you have been smart enough to use protection, or you've just been lucky so far! Here, then, are 5 myths about STDs that just might help you prevent g
How do you know if you have HPV warts? Surprisingly, people will often mistake cancerous moles, calluses or corns for warts. The propensity of HPV warts to pass on the HPV viruses and to infect others or spread to other parts of the body are good reasons to get rid of them.
Since HPV viruses often show no symptoms, there is no specific test to check the overall status of HPV within the body's cells. Tests are used only for cervical cancer screening and we all know that HPV virus can be cleared out, on its own, with no other health problems. Thus, there is no need
It's a well-known fact that the use of condoms can prevent the necessity of taking an STD panel test. However, a slightly lesser known fact is that there are many other ways in which a condom can be useful to you.
There are several common Sexually Transmitted Diseases or the newer term Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) that are seen more often that others in the United States today. Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Trichomonas (Trich) are the most prevalent STDs in the U.S. With appropriate antibiotic treatment t
BV (bacterial vaginosis) is a condition occurring in the vagina of women due to excessive growth of bacteria in it. In the vagina of a woman bacteria occur naturally to maintain the pH of the vagina which is acidic, and also prevents the growth of other infection causing fungi and germs in the vagin