Men's health issues

Common Questions and Answers about Men's health issues

mens-health

Avatar n tn Possibilities that may need to be considered include respiratory tract issues such as infections etc., GI/ GU issues, systemic issues such as liver or kidney related conditions, haematological causes, growths/ masses (benign/ malignant), a few autoimmune conditions etc. I would suggest getting this evaluated by an internist at your earliest convenience for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management. Hope this helps. Take care!
Avatar m tn Thus testosterone here is mainly a marker of general health, less that the cause of the better general health. This does not mean, that there is no benefit to the overall vitality, organ performancne ( beyond sexual activitires!) due to the higher levels of this vitral steroid hormone. But the degree of this contribution is not easy to gauge. There are many pos and some neg effects to high testosterone.
Avatar m tn This is Men's Health. The meds you're on may be causing the constipation. You most likely need a lot more fiber in your diet.I have heard of other men that have a semen like discharge when straining during a bowel movement. I think it's because you're pushing so hard. What is on your anus does sound like piles to me. I know your Dr ruled that out though. It sure sounds like it to me. I'm not sure about the marks on your penis.
649848 tn?1534637300 If someone is super thin so the weight doesn't trigger a doctor's attention to health issues, I wonder if the other barometers they use will? When I was young, it was by chance that I was at my office they day they were testing a machine that looked at bone health through your hand. It predicted osteoporosis. That is when I learned that women who are very thin are more prone to osteoporosis. I was really skinny at the time as this was LONG ago prior to kids and middle age.
Avatar m tn Hello~ Specialmom has given you a very good answer, I have also requested that this post be moved to men's health, they may have some more insight into this issue as well. I hope you feel better soon.
Avatar f tn It sounds like fordyce spots. You should post any issues you have that are not std related in the men's health forum.
Avatar m tn I think you will find more assistance on either urology or men's health forum. This firum isn't really geared to such issues. Sorry we can't help.
Avatar m tn They might be fordyce spots which are normal. Try posting in the teen or men's health forums.
Avatar m tn http://www.medhelp.org/forums/Mens-Health/show/93 There are also several related groups that will be listed on the right hand side that may be of interest to you. I'm simply not familiar with them all. But we welcome you to join our community of Chronic Pain patients. We have a lot of very smart people here. Do check back later. Hopefully someone will recognize your symptoms. And welcome to our community.
Avatar m tn Hi Cris: Have you posted this question in the " Men's Health Forum" ? If not, then I think you should. I have seen this question asked in this forum before with little response. Although this is a great forum for questions regarding pain, I feel that your question would be better answered in the Men's Health Forum. I'm also wondering if you have had your Prostate checked? My Husband had a simular issue and his Prostate was the culprit.
Avatar m tn You should see a urologist, who can test you for diabetes, thyroid disease, vascular issues. Erections are an important barometer for men's health, so it's perfectly normal to talk about it. You want to find a urologist who specializes in ED, because even some urologists are more interested in this than others. Even doctors can be more shy or less shy about sex topics. So you could call a urology practice and ask for a doctor who is specializes in ED.
Avatar n tn The last person who spoke about masturbation here had his post redirected to the Men's Health Forum (which I thought was pretty harsh as he raised valid mental health issues and concerns). You may get more feedback to your question on that particular forum. You may also like to check out some posts on the compulsive behaviors forum as the expert there has answered some questions re: this same topic. Good luck.
Avatar m tn I know nothing about your type of problem. I do recommend that you post in the Urology or Men's Health Forum. Their members may be more informed to answer your question. I would certainly consult with a urologist asap. Good luck to you.
Avatar m tn Until you get a response from the expert, perhaps you could check out the Men's Health Forum. I've seen some posts (from other forums) re-routed there when talking about masturbation. I'm sure Dr Ted Grossbart will respond when he is able.
Avatar n tn From your username and issues, I'm guessing you're a woman. You do know this is the Men's Health forum? Not trying to be unwelcoming, just suggesting you may find more knowledge to help you on a different forum...
Avatar f tn This is the fibromyalgia community. Please post at the men's issues or urology forums. BTW your profile states female. It is confusing when your question is male health oriented. And your English is fine.
Avatar m tn APPROVED GNC Men's Mega Men® (2 time-release caplets per day) GNC Men's Mega Men® Sport (2 time-release caplets per day)* Target Men's Daily Multivitamin (1 tablet per day) NOT APPROVED Now® Adam™ Superior Men's Multi (3 VCaps® per day) Opti-Men (3 tablets per day) Senior's: APPROVED Centrum® Silver® (1 tablet per day) Equate® Mature Multivitamin 50+ (1 tablet per day) Kirkland Signature™ Mature Multi Vitamins and Minerals Adult 50+ (1 tablet per day) Member's Mark® Mature Multi, Adults 50+ (
101028 tn?1419606604 Genital HPV is not necessarily a sign that you or your partner is having sex outside of your relationship. A new resource on your anus comes from Lifelube, a gay men's health website and blog. The resource is a new series called "Andrew's Anus", which is written from the perspective of Andrew's butt. The column covers anal health, HPV and other issues Andrew's anus encounters. I cannot help but think a ‘first booty' perspective is one worth exploring!
Avatar n tn Unfortunately, I don't really have too many answers for you, but I do know that some men have surgery for varicocele to restore fertility. Have you tried posting this in the men's health forum, or the urology forum? There's also a urology expert forum at http://www.medhelp.org/forums/show/113. Take care!
Avatar m tn I dont know why I am in Men's Health. I am a woman who had some issues with my arms/hands and finally my left lower leg. I was waking up in the night with my arms and hands completely asleep. I had no function of my fingers for a few minutes and it scared me. This has been happening more and more and not only at night. During the day my right arm will just go numb. I got blood work done & had an EMG test taken. Then one morning, my left shin and kneecap were completely numb. No feeling.
Avatar m tn Maybe this isn't your best quality. Maybe next time you should find another forum to post in. I'm sure Men's Health is a good place to start.
Avatar f tn If you have seen a cardiologist and all heart issues were ruled out, I can bet your issues are anxiety related. Anxiety mimics lots of symptoms, heart issues mainly. I have anxiety and my heart races, I get sweaty palms, worrisome, think I am going to pass out and its anxiety. You are pretty young and any CHF is unlikely especially if youve been healthy all this time. Your hernia and acid reflux is likely just that- heartburn etc.
Avatar n tn However, I am posting to reassure you that you are not alone. On the men's health forum there are literally dozens of us having issues like this in one form or another. Some of us have prostatitis-like symptoms, some of us have neurological symptoms, etc. etc. The best advice I can give is - go to your urologist now, rather than later. There are guys on the men's health forum who have been literally looking for a treatment for years now.
Avatar n tn This forum deals with Men's issues specifically, and it tends to focus on sex/penis-related issues, funnily enough. We never seem to discuss baldness or child rearing for some reason, but there's no shortage of people asking about how to make their penises bigger.
Avatar f tn Unfortunately, stress can interrupt normal ovulation cycles in women, kill your sex drive, and can even cause men's testosterone levels and sperm count to drop. If you want your baby's conception to be a loving and unforgettable experience, be sure you relax enough to enjoy it! Mind Control Women who suffer from depression are twice as likely to have problems with fertility as women who don’t. Get a mental health check if you notice signs of depression.
Avatar n tn unfortunately, women's health issues do not seem to be as important as men's (case in point - viagra!!) Anyway, we must be proactive and insist on the health care that we deserve. If the dr. is giving us the brush off or pat on the head, find another dr. We are the backbone of this world and we need to be taken seriously. The Battalion is behind you 110%!