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Prostate Cancer’s Physical and Emotional Effects May be “Reciprocal”

Prostate Cancer’s Physical and Emotional Effects May be “Reciprocal”

Undergoing prostate cancer treatment can leave men both physically and emotionally spent. The physical and emotional impacts of prostate cancer might fuel each other, too.

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Testosterone Levels Might Improve Quickly After Weight Loss Surgery

Testosterone Levels Might Improve Quickly After Weight Loss Surgery

Obese men who have weight loss surgery might see their testosterone levels – and their sex drive – improve in a month, according to new research.

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Sexuality of Older Cancer Survivors

Sexuality of Older Cancer Survivors

In terms of sexuality, older cancer survivors are not much different from their cancer-free counterparts. But they may be more likely to feel dissatisfied with their sex lives.

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Male Partners and Endometriosis

Male Partners and Endometriosis

Men don’t get endometriosis, but it can still have an impact on their sex lives, according to new research.

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Could Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Fight Cancer?

Could Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Fight Cancer?

Medications used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) might eventually have another purpose – fighting cancer.

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Prostate Cancer’s Effects on Caregiving Partners

Prostate Cancer’s Effects on Caregiving Partners

As it is for most health conditions, caregiving for a man with prostate cancer can take a significant toll on one’s own health and wellbeing.

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Are Synthetic Cannabinoids and Other Drugs Linked to Long-Term Erections?

Are Synthetic Cannabinoids and Other Drugs Linked to Long-Term Erections?

A 28-year-old man had an erection for 58 hours after using synthetic cannabinoids, according to a recent Andrologia case study

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For Women, Meditation Could Have Sexual Benefits

For Women, Meditation Could Have Sexual Benefits

New research suggests that women who meditate could have better sexual function than those who don’t.

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Sex and the Senses in Older Adults

Sex and the Senses in Older Adults

Sensory function can start to decline as we get older. We might become hard of hearing, or have trouble seeing as well as we used to. Do these changes affect sexual activity?

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Trying to Get Pregnant? Consider Sexual Frequency

Trying to Get Pregnant? Consider Sexual Frequency

How often do couples have intercourse when they’re trying to conceive a baby? A recent Journal of Sexual Medicine finds that the answer varies.

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