New Hope for Prostate Cancer Patients to Have a Healthy Sex Life
April 1, 2014
"For some men the loss of sexual function can even outweigh the fear of the disease itself. For most men prostate cancer is not fatal, and many men who undergo surgery or radiation therapy for prostate cancer, can survive the disease, but then have to deal with the tragic sexual side effects of treatment." Read the full article.
How Men Can Improve their Sexual Health — with guest Marc Richman, M.D.
March 25, 2014
Appearance on the Ande Lyons show: "Loving & Lasting." Listen now.
The Pluses and Minuses of Concierge Medicine
March 20, 2014
“Now we try to spend time with patients and get to know them and provide the education and care they deserve.” Read the full article.
The Truth About How Much a Happy Couple Should Have Sex
February, 27, 2014
"There is no medical reason why a man needs to have sex twice a week and I do not believe that recommendation is based on any legitimate scientific data. While it might be 'normal' for the 'average' married couple to have sex twice a week, I do not believe we have a true definition of 'normal' sexual frequency in the urologic literature. Statistically speaking, twice a week may be a common sexual frequency for a large number of married couples but I certainly wouldn't consider that a "normal" scientific value per se." Read the full article.
Practitioners Using a Holistic Approach to Help Patients with Sexual Dysfunction
February 24, 2014
“The Pulse is an interesting male stimulator or sex toy that has some potential urological applications. One of the most common conditions that I treat as a sexual health expert ispremature ejaculation. The Pulse can help men learn to control their ejaculation while masturbating. The Pulse provides a unique oscillatory stimulus to the penis which can be quite helpful at prolonging ejaculation in these men." Read the full article.