Does cycling affect sexual health?

Does cycling affect sexual health?

Another study looking at a bicycle police patrol unit in Cincinnati, Ohio found prolonged bicycle riding may have negative effects on nocturnal erectile functioning indicating a need for innovative bicycle saddle designs. 

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Here is what men really want in the bedroom and why

Here is what men really want in the bedroom and why

When it comes to men, we’re basically simple creatures.  As long as we’re fed, watered and yes, get sex, we can be kept pretty happy.  When we get under the covers with you, we see this as our opportunity to perform sexually and we want to impress.

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How to bring back fun-filled sexual satisfaction

How to bring back fun-filled sexual satisfaction

What about performing a strip tease or send naughty texts or emails to one another during the day lighting the fire for a romantic interlude later on?  Having fun coming up with sexual adventures can be a boost to kindling sexual energy.

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Saving Sperm Cells 'For Later'

Saving Sperm Cells 'For Later'

It's a common practice among men preparing to undergo radiation or chemotherapy to have their sperm frozen, as both procedures can render the sperm infertile. But what about boys, who have not yet entered puberty and have no sperm yet to freeze?

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Sex – nature’s superior weight loss aid

Sex – nature’s superior weight loss aid

You’ve tried everything under the sun to lose weight - cutting calories, increasing exercise, low-carb diet, high-protein diet, weight loss shakes, weight loss supplements, fasting – yet you still have those last few stubborn pounds that won’t budge.  Have you ever considered sex as a supplemental weight loss method?  Let’s think about this – sex gets our heart pounding working up a sweat, increases metabolic rate, stretches and strengthens muscles plus gets us into compromising positions we normally don’t do.  And can you really think of a more fun way to burn calories? 

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Blood Type and Erectile Dysfunction

Blood Type and Erectile Dysfunction

Universal blood donors may have one more thing to brag about: they perform more reliably sexually. New research indicates that men with blood type O suffer fewer problems with erectile dysfunction (ED) than any other blood group. Put another way, men with blood types A, B and AB are the most at risk for impotence.

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Could I have spermatocele?

Could I have spermatocele?

Up to one third of men will have a common condition causing a small, painless lump in the scrotum called a spermatocele. A spermatocele is a benign cyst in which there is an accumulation of sperm that comes from the head of the epididymis.  It may also be referred to as an epididymal cyst as it is found within the long, tightly coiled tube called the epididymis that lies above and behind each testicle.

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Choose Your Weapon: Viagra, Cialis or Levitra

Choose Your Weapon: Viagra, Cialis or Levitra

If you are a man of a certain age (or are anyone of any age who listens to AM radio in any major market) you have heard about Viagara, Cialis and Levitra. These are the big brand names of the most popular erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs (sildenafil, tadalafil and vardenafil, respectively), and ED drugs are doing gangbusters business. But have you ever wondered whether these drugs are differentiated by anything other than their brand names?

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