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Mens Health Penis Disorders
Yes. to a great ....: Hi! PaulH, you have churned out numerous questions revolving around the same topic in a short time. To a realistic personal and professional sense, you should refer these to a local Doc for a long-term counseling. Although it is easy to get online for any thing, it still consumes someone's time, which, to a strict sense, is always a common property of all humanity. Thank about this and get to ... ...Read more
Relative: If you gain weight, than obesity may make the penis look smaller as compared to the rest of the larger body around it. A cold environment will make the penis and testicles get closer to the body in an attempt to become warmer as a reflex mechanism of survival, etc. But generally, there is no condition that actually shrinks the penis. ...Read more
More interest,period: Women take their personal health more seriously than men. My female patients typically read more about medicines i prescribe or a diagnosis i make, than their male counterparts. Women in relationships with men realize that their significant other may be ignoring problems, and frequently show more interest than the male "wit" the problem. ...Read more
Resistance training: No book is as reliable as the consensus of experience. To build mass, work the muscle group in question hard. Maximum resistance, 8-10 repetitions per set, three sets, 3-4x/week. Several different types of exercise. Creatine and an electronic muscle stimulator if okay by your physician. Eat sensibly with enough lean protein. Anabolic steroids give mass but harm you as a person. ...Read more
Pick your Parents!: Genetics count for a lot! but more seriously, most male models have extremely well developed muscles because of genetics, intense (>4 hrs a day) workouts, personal trainers, high protein diets, and sometimes questionable supplements/drugs (steroids etc.) most people can never look like that no matter what they do! a healthier focus is making the most of what you have, and highlighting your best! ...Read more
Highly unlikely: Bowen's disease is type of very early skin cancer and extremely rare in circumcised men. Usually starts as a small well defined reddish patch with irregular border & crusting or scaling on surface. Can be caused by HPV infection or in patients with HIV/Aids. Worth checking it out with Urologist or Dermatologist. Good Luck ...Read more
People believe when having sex and reaching your climax the safest way to avoid disease is the man will take his penis out?
Rubbish: Safe way to avoid sexually transmitted diseases is use a condom. There is immediate risk of std as soon as an unprotected penis enters the vagina, both for him & for her. Orgasm has nothing to with it except that semen may contain organisms resposible for stds. Thus withdraing before climax reduces risk but is not safe sex. Condoms may be less sexy, but sexier than stds. ...Read more
What are the best supplements for thinning hair and hair health in general? Fish oil? B complex..? How is zinc? How good is zinc for mens health?
Healthy hair: Get adequate sleep,avoid excess sugar & fat, v carbonated drinks, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Biotin helps (don't over do it). Insure you have adequate Iron (like kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (like walnuts),vitamin E (fruits & veggies), D & B vitamins & zinc. Avoid sulfates & formaldehyde in shampoos). Avoid excessive blow dry heat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer