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Is It Possible To Tell How Much Sperm A Man Has By Feeling His Prostate
The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more
Does masterbation effects health in such a way that a man gets so weak so that he can't be a father due to excess masterbation?
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Man says he has testicular cancer after only being to the emergency and urologist once says he's dying from it is this true to know already?
Not likely.: In testicular cancer, 95% patients are cured if treated right. Depending on whether it is a seminoma or not, it would get inguinal orchiectomy followed by radiation therapy or lymph node dissection. Salvage therapy can rescue 25% of those not cured by primary therapy. So it's very hard to say that a person may be dying from this unless it is very advanced, and they had absolutely no therapy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If a man doesn't sexually contact his wife for 4 months...Is he doing it alone or men can not ejaculate for that long? Is it possible
Absolutely!!: Women too! this is extremely common and normal. ...Read more
If both balls of a man be removed, can he still masturbate? Whether he loses his mustache and turns out to a woman, morally? Can he even be alive?
Depends: Unless he receives externally injected testosterone to maintain his interest in "sex" there would be no drive to masturbate. He would not produce sperm, but could expel some prostate secretions if he achieved erection & orgasm. There are a lot of things a male could succeed at with bilateral nut loss, but it would take some outside help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Asking for my brother he is 16 he found a vibrator in a relatives house and touched his bare penis with it he is worries he is gona get an std is this possible for a male to get an std from a female vibrator?
Is it possible for a man to get chlamydia from a woman performing oral sex on him? Would the disease last in her throat long enough to to that?
My husband has slow motility and doctor said his sperm sticks together. Is this fixable or will it be impossible for us to get pregnant?
My husbands penis doesn't get as erect. Could this be the limictal that he takes, prostate problems or testostrone? He is 53.
Depends: You have listed the common problems of medication side effects, urological problems, and aging. Additionally, poor erectile function can be linked to heart disease, diabetes, depression and use of alcohol to excess. He needs encouragement to ask his physician for more testing and answers to his concerns. ...Read more
Is it true that intelligence comes from x chromosome? If yes, would it be correct to say that a boy gets his intelligence from his mother?
No: Intelligence is a multifaceted accomplishment of the human brain. Several factors are involved that have nothing to do with either the x or y chromosome. Some of these include the learning environment, level of attention and desire plus repetition. Remember the brain learns by repetition so that it can predict and therefore understand. ...Read more
Possibly: Undescended testes, regardless of when they are surgically delivered into the scrotum, are abnormal testes and would not be expected to have "normal" spermatogenesis. Consequently, the fertility associated with these is less than normal testes. When 1 testicle is undescended & the other is normal, no significant difference in overall fertility would be anticipated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Cancer of the prostate is unrelated to the spread of cancer thru body fluids. It is possible that an uncircumsized male can pass the HPV virus for squamous Ca but not thru semen. Prostate cancer has been associated with the MMTV virus entering the Wnt-1 gene which also occurs with breast cancer. As such in families with breast cancer the incidence of prostate cancer in the husband is highr ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why is a person still able to urinate if he has ignored his priapism experience. How come he had an erection after it ended? What can be damaged?
Yes, but...: Only one properly functioning testicle is needed, for a normal life and normal reproduction. However, a person should find the other testicle because if the other testicle is in his abdomen, it is not readily available for his doctor to examine. Annual examinations can be done to check for cancer, in a testicle that did not drop into the scrotum on its own before or during infancy. ...Read more
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