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Prevent Penile Shrinkage Vyvanse
Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) makes the penile muscle shrink. Why is that? Are there long term effects
When I take Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) for my ADHD what should I avoid eating or drinking to prevent the effects to wear off quickly?
Started Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) 3 days ago and the past 2 days I've gotten a BAD headache and nausea. How can I prevent that from happening?
No way...: There is no way to prevent side effects happening when taking a medication. If the side effects are mild you can wait and see if your body gets used to the medication and they resolve, but as you are describing, the headache and nausea are bad you might need to stop it and get alternative medication prescribed. Call your doctor as soon as possible to discuss options. ...Read more
How do I prevent amphetamine induced penile shrinkage? Is it safe to use vasodilators with vasoconstrictors?
Men's health expert: There are urologists who have men's health programs to work on such issues. If you are prescribed amphetamines for adhd or other medical conditions, consider lower dose or less potent medications (methylphenidate cr vs. Adderal). If you are not prescribed you need help in stopping their use. A urologist can best advise you about treatment options. ...Read more
Good hygiene & noHPV: Penile cancer is quite rare in the usa, and especially rare in circumcised men. Smegma, the secretions of the foreskin that accumulate underneath the prepuce in uncircumcised males, is proven to be carcinogenic in animals. Human papillomavirus (hpv) infection, which is sexually transmitted, is also likely a co-factor in many cases. So, good hygiene and avoiding penile contact with hpv are how. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: There has been no known preventive measures for penile cancer except circumcision in the very early age may have some. Penile cancer is rare, but its care is still personal diligence in topical hygiene and vigilance in seeking timely professional attention as needed. This is about all what we can do to witness: Life is a constant struggle to cope with reality, certainty, & uncertainty... ...Read more
Lower HPV rates: Human papilloma virus (hpv) increases the risk of penile cancer, just like it increases the risk of cervical cancer in women. The presence of a foreskin increases the risk for hpv infection. This is one reason circumcised men have a lower rate of penile cancer. However, penile cancer is extremely rare, so decisions about circumcision should not be based on fear of penile cancer. ...Read more
Epidemiological evidence suggests lower penile cancer rate in circumcised men. Circumcision also reduces the risk of HIV acquisition.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more
I am 16 yrs old (uncircumcised). There is a piece of skin attaching my penis forehead to penile skin and prevents me from fully retracting my skin?
To some extent: Circumcision protects babies from utis in first year of life but, unlikely later in life. C does prevent penile cancer 99.9%. Cancer of penis is extremely rare in jews + muslims, but also in men who can retract their foreskins and wash underneath. On a regular basis, ie have good hygiene. Many excellent, controlled studies fro Africa prove conclusively that c reduces risk of HIV 50-70%. Hpv similar. ...Read more
Too long short wide?: Other than in babies with penis birth defects, pubertal boys with hormonal deficiencies, or rare cases of underdevelopment, one's penis size does not prevent one from having kids. An adult penis with a firm erection is big enough if the penis touches the sides of the other person's opening, which is a vagina in the vast majority of cases. A large penis, of course, causes no fertility problems. ...Read more
Trim, don't shave: MANSCAPING: Ingrown hairs occur when the tip of a hair gets caught underneath the skin surface but continues to grow while trapped inside the follicle, creating a "hair pimple". If you get waxed (Brazilian) or shave very closely, you increase the chance that a hair will get caught beneath the surface. If you want a "neat" appearance, try trimming the hair with an electric clipper instead. ...Read more
See your doctor: See your doctor to get the rash cured; use protection to keep it from recurring. ...Read more
Foreskin should B OK: Foreskins do not wear down. Foreskin can be pushed back, but if too tight may remain "stuck" behind glans. This is paraphimosis and needs urgent attention, hence foreskin should always be pulled back over glans. You may need to consult a urologist or else send us a photograph of your penis for us to review privately so we can comment upon it in confidence. ...Read more
I'm 25 years old, im wondering why I get erections real quick, with a simple kiss my penis gets erected how can I prevent this from happening?
Erection: Sounds very normal to me. Relax and enjoy life and do not worry so much. ...Read more
Front of penis feels more sensation feeling during erection though its all hard is cause the neves are trapped to prevent blood from escaping
Question?: Not sure I see a question for us in there? Try clarifying and resubmit. .. ...Read more
My husband is getting severe pain in his scortrum and penis after ejacuating. What can be the reason for that and what can we do to prevent that?
Hi, my foreskin of penis is connected to penis head at the front. I am doing stretch exercises and skin become loose but this connection prevents it?
My bf is 21 and doesn't seem to get a full erect penis when we are about to have intercourse. What can it be and how to prevent it from getting worse?
See a doctor: I recommend seeing a doctor so that they can make a proper diagnosis and prescribe you any medications that will help with your case. ...Read more
During sleeping, any possible ways to prevent the penis from erecting? Its interrupting my sleeping when tis happen.
Discharge: See a doctor to get a sample of discharge and send for analysis. STD needs to be ruled out. ...Read more
I am 21 and I still have no tough penis it does not stand hard and thus preventing from having sex so is it a desease or what?
Erectile Dysfunction: There are several causes of erectile dysfunction which includes medical conditions like diabetes hypertension.Medications, drugs, and other psychological factors. In your age group most likely you're suffering from performance anxiety. But if you are concerned see your doctor. ...Read more
My penis has what seems like pinched skin on the shaft is this dangerous can this be caused by masterbation? I do sometime squeeze it to prevent cum.
It is not abnormal:
What you describe pinched skin may not be abnormal and probably it has nothing to do with masterbation
but I have not examined it and it needs to be examined, so if you have concerns you should get it checked by your doctor. ...Read more