Sex & Prostate Cancer
Not only is prostate cancer tough, the toll it takes on sexual function doesn’t make things any easier. A little support from peers and professionals can help.
Exercise Away Erectile Dysfunction
Think erectile dysfunction can only happen at a certain age? Exercise may have more to do with healthy erectile function than previously thought, no matter the age.
Gum Disease and Bedroom Bummer for Men
Living with erectile dysfunction, or impotence, can be a huge blow to a man's ego and, in some cases, his health. If doctors know who is at risk, they can take steps to stop erection problems.
Odds of ED Go Up With More Medications
Erectile dysfunction (ED) can be a side effect of certain medications. New research links the number of medications taken to the severity of ED symptoms.
Stage Fright When Conceiving a Baby
There's nothing like the pressure to perform to add insult to injury if a man is having problems getting an erection. But this can occur when a couple is planning to have a baby.
X-Rock Supplement Recalled
The supplement X-Rock has been voluntarily recalled by manufacturer XROCK Industries because it contains a related version of a drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
New Drug for Erectile Dysfunction
The medication Stendra ( avanafil ) has just been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat erectile dysfunction, the FDA announced today.
New Life - But What About Sex?
Beating colorectal cancer can be rejuvenating when a man can enjoy life more fully again. But if he experiences erectile dysfunction from his treatment, he may not know where to turn.
MRIs Help Avoid E.D. Following Prostate Surgery
Erectile dysfunction and incontinence are the most serious and disheartening side effects of surgery to treat prostate cancer. A new study finds imaging studies before a prostatectomy could make a difference.
How Reliable a Link?
Though men who have vascular erectile dysfunction appear to be at a higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease, that doesn't mean ED alone should be considered a risk factor.