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Treatment of foreskin problems

Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor Peter Royce, Urologist and Andrology Australia Expert Reviewer, discusses treatment of foreskin problems.

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Sperm of young Australian men put under the microscope

There have been many reports that semen quality (and indirectly fertility) of men around the world is deteriorating over time with many hypotheses about the causes, including exposure to environmental toxins. However, studying testis function is problematic due to the … Continue reading

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Penile cancer: long-term outcomes of treatment

Penile cancer is rare, so researching the long-term outcomes of treatment can be difficult. A recently published study examined data from over a 10-year period to report contemporary treatment outcomes of penile squamous cell carcinoma.

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Penis and testes fact sheets updated

Andrology Australia has a catalogue of fact sheets on a wide range of male health topics, and recently we updated three fact sheets about the penis and testes.

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Focus on lower urinary tract symptoms

The Healthy Male, Spring 2014: Men may take it as given that ‘trouble with the waterworks’ is just something that we have to accept as part of getting older. But is this necessarily true?

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Do young men feel comfortable discussing their sexual health with a GP?

A recent study found that young men are comfortable with their doctor providing sexual health information, but they feel unable to bring it up themselves.

Posted in Adolescent and Young Adult Males, Reproductive health, Research and Evaluation, Sexual health |

The prostate and urinary symptoms

Most men don’t give much thought to their prostate, until about their 50s when they may start to have trouble with their waterworks but urinary symptoms are much more likely to be due to benign enlargement of the prostate rather than cancer.

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Obesity and male reproductive health

You may have heard that overweight is becoming the new ‘normal’ weight. It’s true: three quarters of Australian men over 25 are overweight or obese.

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Exercise helps boost male sexual health

Men may be surprised to learn that lack of physical activity is associated with male reproductive disorders.

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New edition of popular men’s health books

Two of Andrology Australia’s most popular guides on men’s health have been reviewed and are now released in their fourth editions. Prostate enlargement Andrology Australia’s booklet Prostate Enlargement – A guide to urinary symptoms in men, first released in March 2004, … Continue reading

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