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Clearing up some bad info about conditions from premature ejaculation to testicular cancer.
By Kurtis Bright
Reviewed by Chris Kyle, M.D. , | Urology, | Urology
by David Hopper
STIs and urinary issues cause most cases, so prevent the former and address the latter quickly.
by Aleck Woogmaster
Treatment-resistant conditions dwell under the umbrella of chronic pelvic pain syndrome.
It's true, STIs are a common source of epididymitis, but also be aware of other possible causes.
by Kurtis Bright
by Giddy Staff
A urologist can determine whether your swollen scrotum needs treatment, and you have options.
While mostly harmless, this fluid-filled sac in the scrotum can lead to the need for treatment.
Here's how to talk with your healthcare provider about the swelling in your scrotum.
by Anastasia Climan
by Ahavah Revis
Varicoceles usually don't require treatment unless they affect quality of life or fertility.
by Chaunie Brusie, RN, BSN
This generally harmless condition can still cause painful issues that men will need to address.
Addressing the symptoms of this scrotum condition is simple enough, even if you can't avoid it.
by Erin Coleman
The noticeable bend of Peyronie's disease isn't always due to one distinct injury.
Poor management of blood glucose may impair the healing of tiny tears in penile tissue.
An invasive procedure on your penis can be scary, but a skilled surgeon can straighten you out.
by Austin Harvey
This congenital condition is often fixed in newborns, but if not, men can suffer its effects.
by Trent Johnson
Learning how to deal with this common penile birth defect can be a lifelong process.
by Christopher Jones
Correcting this penile birth defect may boost self-confidence, but be aware of the risks.
Diabetes, thyroid disease and prostatitis are among the ailments potentially linked to PE.
This grown-up version of red light, green light can help men overcome premature ejaculation.
Ads for these sex health products make bold claims. But urologists know what really works.
PEVR can be a cause for concern, but often the perception is the underlying issue.
A decrease in semen volume can be caused by many factors, as well as indicate other troubles.
Support a partner with perceived ejaculate volume reduction by taking a proactive approach.
by Zuzana Prochazka
Why Is My Dick That Color?
What your penis hue says, if anything, about your health.
By Jake Hall
The Myth of the Typical Penis
Penises come in all sizes and shapes. Learn to love what you have.
By Madeleine Williams, MPH
How to Keep Your Penis Clean
Safe hygiene habits are a good place to start when it comes to improving your sexual health.
By Giddy Staff
Please Stop Believing These Cellphone/Male Fertility Inaccuracies
A recent analysis finds little association between front-pocket placement and infertility.
By Chris Gerbasi
Go Ahead, Men, Touch Your Balls—For Your Health's Sake
Guidelines among medical bodies vary, but testicular self-exams play a role in cancer detection.
By Austin Harvey
By Helen Massy
By María Cristina Lalonde
By Laura Williams Bustos, ACSM EP-C