erectile dysfunction Articles
Make Erections Great Again
Thursday, June 29th, 2017 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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By Dr. Joshua Gonzalez As a sexual medicine specialist, I spend a good deal of time talking about erections. Erectile dysfunction ED is actually a pretty common problem. Estimates of the prevalence of ED range from 9 to Continue reading The post Make Erections Great Again appeare... Read more
When having a hard-on is a hard time: how pelvic floor physical therapy helps
Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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By Jandra Mueller Being a pelvic pain specialist means that I get to talk about sex, or in my patients case, reasons why they arent having sex. Many of our patients who suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction are Continue reading The post When having a hard-on is a hard time how pel... Read more
Pelvic floor physical therapy helps men after prostatectomy
Wednesday, June 14th, 2017 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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By Melinda Fontaine What would mens health month be without a blog about prostate cancer One in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. Will this number be affected by the recent change in Continue reading The post Pelvic floor physical therapy helps men... Read more
Prostatitis, pelvic pain, and physical therapy: A case of success!
Wednesday, May 31st, 2017 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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By Jandra Mueller David was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection and prostatitis. Antibiotics did not help. Did he have an infection or pelvic floor dysfunction A few initial words from David My journey that ended with Continue reading The post Prostatitis, pelvic pain, and p... Read more
When Getting It Up Gets You Down: Erectile Dysfunction and Your Pelvic Floor
Thursday, July 21st, 2016 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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By Allison Romero As many of us reading this blog can attest, pelvic pain can be an issue that leaves us feeling not only physically uncomfortable, but emotionallymentally drained and isolated. Often, by the time many people Continue reading The post When Getting It Up Gets You D... Read more
Physical Therapy for Male Pelvic Pain: Don’t Let the Penis Come Between Us
Friday, May 6th, 2016 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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By Stephanie Prendergast The Situation Room Why do men have to see Womens Health Physical Therapists The facts 15 of adult men worldwide suffer from pelvic pain. 1 8.2 of men will experience prostatitis-like Continue reading The post Physical Therapy for Male Pelvic Pain Dont Let... Read more
The Hair Raising Sexual Side Effects of Propecia
Thursday, July 16th, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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ByAllison Romero, DPT Propecia aka finasteride is the only FDA-approved oral drug on the market prescribed for treating androgenetic alopecia-more commonly called male pattern baldness MPB. Unfortunately, many unsuspecting men concerned about hair loss do not know that using Prop... Read more
Playing with your sex hormones with Propecia use can play with your sex life
Thursday, July 16th, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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ByAllison Romero, DPT If you play with sex steroid hormones using finasteride propecia the goal offinasteride propeciais to reduce the synthesis of the sex steroid hormone dihydrotestosterone then you will likely play with your sex life as sexual function is very much related to ... Read more
Is it still Prostatitis if my cultures are negative?
Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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By Malinda Wright Chronic Prostatitis Its not something discussed at a baseball game or at a family gathering. However, it is estimated that between 2-14 of men worldwide are diagnosed with chronic prostatitischronic pelvic pain syndrome CPCPPS1. But what exactly is CPCPPS Accord... Read more
Watchful Waiting (Observation) Versus Surgery for Prostate Cancer
Monday, July 23rd, 2012 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A new landmark study suggests that some patients with early-stage prostate cancer can be safely observed rather than undergoing radical surgery. WATCHFUL WAITING OBSERVATION VERSUS SURGERY FOR PROSTATE CANCER In the United States, prostate cancer is the most common type of non-sk... Read more
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