Phimosis and paraphimosis

*+-Both terms are closely linked but are not exactly the same thing. Let’s see the particular characteristics of each pathology and their possible solutions. What is phimosis? It is a pathology that causes a tightness of the foreskin in men’s penises, (the foreskin is the skin that covers the glans). It causes discomfort and pain,…

Urolift, the staples for prostate

*+-Prostate problems usually start showing by means of urinary pain, less strength of the urine stream, an increase in the frequency of the need to urinate, or with urinary hesitancy. After going to a routine visit to check the prostate, there is a chance that the doctor confirms there has been a prostate enlargement. Such…

Anorgasmia, lack of orgasm

*+-WHAT IS ANORGASMIA? It is the recurrent failure to achieve an orgasm after a normal phase of arousal with adequate sexual stimulation. In males it is the lack of pleasurable sensations despite the existence of ejaculation (partial or total). Anorgasmia is not to be mistaken for delayed ejaculation or retrograde ejacultacion.

Dyspareunia

*+-WHAT IS DYSPAREUNIA? It is also known as coitalgia . It is the discomfort suffered by women during sexual intercourse (pain). It includes various characteristics such as vaginal post-coital irritation and severe pain. What are the causes of Dyspareunia? They can have an organic origin: infectious agents, genital-urinary infections, allergic reactions to condoms, diaphragms, intrauterine…

Vasovasostomy (vasectomy reversal surgery)

*+-What is Reversal Surgery Vasovasostomy Vasovasostomy reconnects the severed ends of the vas deferens to reestablish the flow of sperm that were cut during a vasectomy or any traumatism that may have provoked its rupture. Why it is done? Vasectomy reversal is performed when you have had a vasectomy and now want to be fertile….

Delayed Ejaculation

*+-WHAT IS DELAYED EJACULATION? Also known as delayed ejaculation, anejaculation or ejaculation dysfunction and consists of an excessive involuntary control of the ejaculation reflex, and the patient is unable to ejaculate. Organic causes are attributable to the use of drugs and medicines, as well as illnesses that affect ejaculation. The psychological causes include feelings of…

Anorgasmia, lack of orgasm

*+-What is anorgasmia? Anorgasmia is the recurrent and persistent absence of orgasm following a normal excitement phase, produced by precoital adequate stimulation intensity, duration and type. It is one of the most common sexual dysfunction in women. In some cases, the difficulty in achieving orgasm is linked to male sexual problems and in such cases…

Penile Curvature. Peyronies’s Disease

*+-WHAT IS PEYRONIE`S DISEASE? The disease was named after its discoverer, De La Peyronie. It consists of a fibro-sclerosis of the penis with or without a curvature. It is also known as plastic indurations of the penis. What are the causes of the disease? The aetio-pathogenic mechanism that causes the disease remains largely unknown even…

Lack of sexual desire, anafrodisia

*+-What is anafrodisia or inhibited sexual desire? It is a persistent or diffuse inhibition of sexual desire or libido having a lock on the sexual appetite, which leads to a considerable reduction in the frequency of intercourse, becoming these sometimes almost nil. There is disaffection with the possibility of having any sexual contact, sexual desire…

Premature ejaculation (online treatment available!)

*+-WHAT IS PREMATURE EJACULATION? Premature ejaculation is a lack of control over the ejaculatory reflex therefore, it is a disorder of the orgasm phase during sexual intercourse. Take the questionnaire, it’s free! How many types of premature ejaculation exist? A primary premature ejaculation refers to one that has always existed, that is to say, that…