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Yes: Stress is a factor in sperm production and delivery. Stress centers in the brain reduce FSH and lh, the hormones that trigger sperm production. Stress reduces erection and ejaculation, a problem for sperm delivery. Stress reduction can improve these problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Of course!: The short answer is yes, and really the chinese medicine philosophy of everything in moderation should be followed here. People often think that if a little is good, more is better. So, orgasms can be good for you because they help your hormones and relax your body but overdoing it would be fatiguing. ...Read more
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Wide definitions: A sexual health counselor may be someone at school, someone at a health clinic, or another setting. Typically this person is not a medical doctor, but is trained in some area of how the body works and functions sexually. A reproductive health doctor would be a medical doctor trained in medical school who specialized in helping individuals with reproductive problems. ...Read more
Basically yes: It's impossible to do controlled studies. Frequency of ejaculation does not correlate with prostate cancer but may with prostate hyperplasia ("hypertrophy"). Anecdotally, single men who have struggled not to masturbate for whatever reason have had precocious prostate disease, and in any case, trying to abstain to the point of being uncomfortable makes it hard to work, play, even get to sleep. ...Read more
Different: For men, circumcision may be beneficial in reducing the risk of HIV/ other STD's, and other infections like urine infections. It also helps prevent the spread of HPV, which can cause penile and cervical cancer. There are risks to the surgery, such as infection. For women, there are no benefits, and when it's done it is often in unsanitary situations that can result in lifelong pain. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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Whole foods: Simple sugars and processed carbs should be avoided or limited. This includes any flour product. The fine grind makes absorption quick, and spikes your blood sugar which increases Insulin and promotes weight gain. Good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil are fine in sensible amounts. Eat a rainbow of organic vegetables and 3-4 oz protein with each meal 5 hours apart. ...Read more
130/80: Usually a BP of 130/80 or less is accepted as normal resting pressure. ...Read more
Seek a Consultation: At 19, adolescent gynecomastia should have resolved. If the size is persistent and bothering you, consider seeing a board certified plastic surgeon in your area with experience treating male breast enlargement. Surgery is the best option in most cases. http://www.drmele.com/sanfrancisco-gynecomastia.html. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
None: It's natural and usually enjoyable, but there are no health benefits. ...Read more
Does maintaining a healthy lifestyle prevent erectile dysfunction and improve sexual performance in an 18 years old male ?
Yes, but generally: this is in the context of a much older male. The risks for ED are those of any other circulatory condition: smoking, blood pressure, blood pressure medication, cholesterol, diabetes. But by far the biggest risk (8 fold increase) is lack of 200 calories of exercise per day. Hope this is helpful. Never too early to start healthy habits. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May be: An otherwise healthy person consuming a balanced diet does not need nutritional supplements. If the "old" person in question has difficulty taking usual foods, nutritional supplements may help in maintaining adequate nutrition. Improving health usually requires treatment for an ailment, if any, balanced nutrition and exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im a female, have HPV low risk (gen warts). Does that mean I cant have unprot sex? How will it affect my partner (male) health? Will they contract it?
Up to you: Once the primary infection clears you may retain the germ in your tissues and may spread it intermittently through life. Since a condom does not cover all surfaces exposed to sexual fluids, they are not totally protective. Most do not pass it after clearing the primary infection, but the potential is there. ...Read more
My sperm smells like fish some times , it started happening recently is there anything to worry 30 years old male health conditions good.
What did you eat?: Bodily secretions can change in smell based on what we eat. ...Read more
Health Tap: Judith. It is time for you to find another kind of problem to ask us about. It is becoming obvious that you do not care that you keep taking our free and gracious answers and completely ignoring them. It is rude to keep asking us to give you more and more and more. You are not listening to the advice that you are getting. So, why do you keep returning here with the same questions? ...Read more
Deltacortril for adthma. Does it affect male sex health? can it cause ED? or disappear morning erections during use of Deltacortril?
What are some of the implications of masturbating almost daily on male reproductive health and overall health?
None: It's normal, common, and healthy to masturbate almost daily, as you described. ...Read more
Is 45 female great health and 46 male great health too old to conceive a child we want to is it better to do IVF and have multiples inplanted?
Low chances: Pregnancy rates in women over 45 years of age are low. (the male age is less of an issue). Ivf will not give you a great chance of conceiving either. Only 9.1% of women over the age of 42 conceived with ivf in 2011 in the United States. I would recommend evaluation with a reproductive endocrinologist immediately to review your options and see if you are a candidate for therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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