Clomid, generically known as clomiphene citrate, is often a first line drug to help induce ovulation in women. It is also commonly prescribed to men to treat infertility and low T. This article summarizes what Clomid is, how it works and when it is most likely to be effective as a fertility treatment for men.
Steroids (often called anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) or anabolic steroids) are becoming more popular among recreational and non-professional power athletes. It is estimated that there are approximately three million steroid users [...]
This Trak product review was submitted by an anonymous Don't Cook your Balls reader who wanted to share his experience and encourage others to get healthier
Sometimes bigger isn’t better. Enlarged prostate is one of the most common health issues facing men today. But the prostate is also one of the most important parts of a man’s reproductive system. To understand what can go wrong and what to look out for, let’s first understand what the prostate does and why you want to take care of it.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is incredibly powerful for relieving symptoms of low T, but it has a well known side effect of shutting down sperm production. Luckily, there are a number of alternative medications that have been shown to be effective at boosting T levels while maintaining and in some cases even boosting sperm counts.
A lot of men have asked if masturbation lowers sperm count or fertility. Learn how frequent masturbation can impact a man's chances of conception.
In this episode of Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer, the doctors discuss the long term health effects of using steroids which can include permanent infertility.
Male birth control options have been limited to condoms or vasectomy. Since the late 50's scientists have been working on a male birth control pill. This article reviews the development history of male birth control and what options might be available in the future.
Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in young men ages 15 - 35. In this episode of Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer, the nerds discuss 3 simple things that men can do to prevent testicular cancer.
My name is Matt, I’m 36 years young from Birmingham, UK and I have the distinct honor of being a FlatBagger (a double testicular cancer survivor!)
Another year, another moment of “Damnit, I never came up with a new year’s resolution!” So you could shrug, and pick “get in shape” and pay for gym membership you [...]
Can heat be used to lower sperm count? Sperm are much more sensitive to heat than the rest of the body. Prolonged exposure to heat sources such as hot tubs is a well-known cause of reduced sperm count. Repeated and consistent exposure to heat can knock down sperm count so low that it can render a man temporarily infertile.
Prostate cancer is not just an old man’s disease. For a man, it’s important to rethink the common wisdom that you can be ‘too young’ for prostate cancer.