Discussion of sexual health with a GP is seen as routine for younger adults, but this is not the case for older people. However, research has found that many older adults would value the opportunity to discuss sexual health with … Continue reading
A possible side effect of 5-α reductase inhibitors is sexual dysfunction and some men, particularly those being treated for alopecia, report that sexual dysfunction continues after the withdrawal of treatment. However, there is little robust evidence to quantify the risk … Continue reading
Men with no known medical factors may experience difficulty with conception due to erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, or delayed ejaculation. A recent review article published in Fertility & Sterility reviewed the psychosocial aspects of these disorders as these may be … Continue reading
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.
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.
A recent study of men with premature ejaculation found that men overwhelmingly attributed their quick ejaculation to their own lack of control.
Findings of a recent study suggest that premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction are significant problems among young men aged 18-25 years.
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.
A highly vulnerable but frequently overlooked group at risk of sexually transmitted infections is young, often teenage, boys. Associate Professor Meredith Temple-Smith considers some important factors for health professionals when discussing sexual health with younger men.
Sexual health should be raised by male GPs in consultations with young men whenever possible and appropriate. GPs should offer sexual health education to young men rather than trying to assess their knowledge during a brief intervention.