Does frequent ejaculation cause any health problems? We receive a surprising number of emails asking about this. Particularly, there quite a few guys who worry about frequent masturbation. Does it harm reproductive health? We asked urologist and male fertility specialist Dr. Kathleen Hwang this question. See what she had to say.
An interview with Dr. Eric Seaman about the side effects of Clomid -- the good and the bad. Learn more about how this drug impacts your fertility and overall health.
Sexually transmitted infections are more common that you may think. A recent report from the CDC shows that STIs are a growing problem with a record number of new infections reported in 2013. Learn the facts and how to stay safe.
Does better sex make it easier to conceive? Dr. Kathleen Hwang tackles urban legands about what does and does not boost your chances of getting pregnant.
At some point in life, around 20% of men will experience some form of erectile dysfunction. Erections are the result of a complicated biological process that involves the mind and the body, and there are a number of things that can cause the system to malfunction.
You’ve heard of “shooting blanks” – this is where your semen contains little or no sperm. Retrograde ejaculation takes it a step further – this is a condition where a man “shoots nothing at all”.
Doctors refer to it as "testicular vasocongestion" or "epididymal hypertension". The rest of the world has a much simpler term: blue balls. The bane of existence for teenage boys everywhere, blue balls are a major pain in the...well, you get the idea. It's a condition that is so openly talked about that we now use it to refer to everything from movie trailer releases to business deals that weren't fully performed. But as much as we make light of this condition, it can bring physical discomfort and even cause undue strain on your relationship. What causes this condition and what can be done to fix it?