Am I at high risk for prostate cancer? This is a question many middle-aged men ask their urologists. You know it’s out there, and wonder if you are one of the unfortunate men who will get it. If you are a man and you’re getting older, then yes, you are already at risk, but what makes for high risk?
If you want an active sex life and you have Peyronie’s Disease, there is help. Maybe you are also dealing with erectile dysfunction and all the issues that revolve around that stubborn problem. Can a penile implant correct Peyronie’s Disease? Keep reading to discover how.
Whether you are the type of person who likes to make face-to-face contact with a men’s health doctor or you prefer a more laid back and confidential approach online, it is easy to find one of today’s men’s health specialists. Whatever works for you, do it. Your only decision now is when to see a men’s health specialist.
There seems to be a link between Peyronie’s disease, low T, and erectile dysfunction, but it’s not entirely clear which comes first. The decreased rigidity, which naturally comes with ED, may be a risk factor for penile fractures, trauma, and Peyronie’s disease. Let’s learn more about the relationship between Peyronie’s, low T, and erectile dysfunction.
Dr. David Peters hosted a free men’s health webinar designed to educate men and their partners about all approved ED treatment options, including implants. There is hope! The Webinar was sponsored by Coloplast Corp. and covered topics such as causes of erectile dysfunction, erectile dysfunction treatment options, a patients ED journey, and was concluded with a Q&A. Click the button below to watch Dr. Peters men’s health webinar.
Erectile dysfunction, or ED, can affect a 75 year old male as well as a man who is 25. People typically expect a senior to have this issue, it is actually much more common than you think. But why? Erectile dysfunction in younger men: a guide.