Category: Trying To Conceive
Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer Episode Five:
Low testosterone is a diagnosable disorder, determined primarily through a blood test. The very real symptoms of Low T can mimic other issues and may manifest for a variety of reasons, from not getting enough sleep to the natural process of aging. Over-prescription of testosterone supplements is rampant for men who do...
Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer Episode Four:
How do you get your little head in sync with your big head? If you're like most guys, you probably never will. Even so, you have GOT to prevent sexually transmitted diseases. Use a condom. It's that simple. And by the way, getting an STD will not only screw up your junk,...
Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer Episode Three: Erectile Denial
Erectile dysfunction is a disease and an early warning signal - the incidence of having a heart attack later on in life is much higher for guys who have ED. What lots of guys don't know is that it's also a spectrum with stages, not just about never being able to...
Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer Episode Two:
Sure, you want to up your game. What guy doesn't want to be bigger and faster? But if you're planning on taking steroids to get there the price is high: Potential repercussions from steroid use include*:
Shooting Blanks - Forever
Teeny, tiny itsy bitsy balls
Crater-Face Level Acne and Gross, Oily...
Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer Episode One:
Testicular cancer - cancer in your balls - is the most common cancer in 15-to-35 year old men, AND it's almost always curable if you catch it early. The easiest way is to check your balls once a month.
Testicular Self Exam Pointers
Go for it right after a hot shower...
Working with a sperm donor that you have any kind of relationship with is very different than finding one through a cryobank.
Because of the extensive amount of information required by sperm-or cryobanks, in order to become a donor, ironically, the cryobanks actually know more about their donors than the donors may know about themselves! This information is gleaned...
Healthy People 2020, the US government's set of health goals for the nation, includes a target male Human Papilloma Virus or HPV vaccination rate of 80% by 2020. That rate in 2013 was estimated to be about 14%.
In stark contrast, the adolescent HPV vaccination rate in Australia is about 85%, resulting in the claim that the incidence of cervical cancer has been virtually...
Brian D. Barnett, M.D. discusses tubal factor infertility, its causes and treatments, in this short video.
Samuel C. Pang, M.D. discusses how to understand and evaluate IVF stats in this short video.
A well-known psychotherapist and mom talks to her donor conceived child.