Is a vasectomy always successful?
a vasectomy is not always successful, but the success rates are very high. The chances of pregnancy occurring after a vasectomy are less than one in 1000.
Can I spread HPV to my partner even if I do not have any warts?
Although most people who have the virus that causes genital warts will not develop any visible symptoms, they can still spread the virus to their partner.
How is testicular cancer treated?
If detected before it has spread outside the testes, testicular cancer can be treated with surgical removal of the testes. If it has spread, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and additional surgery may be ne…
What causes syphilis?
Syphilis is caused by a type of sexually-transmitted bacteria called Treponema pallidum.
How is erectile dysfunction diagnosed?
To diagnose erectile dysfunction, your doctor may ask you detailed questions about your symptoms. Tests to identify any underlying physical problems can also be performed, which include blood and urin…
My boyfriend says not to worry about contraception because he will pull out. Is that a good idea?
No. This is a very bad idea. Pulling out (withdrawal) is not an effective way to prevent pregnancy.
Is it true you can't get pregnant if you have sex standing up?
You can definitely get pregnant if you have vaginal sex in any position.
What is becoming a father?
Becoming a father is more than just having the children and just being there for them. Becoming a father also involves providing for them and being a positive role model children can look up to.
What are the symptoms of gonorrhoea?
Gonorrhoea often may not have any symptoms. When they do occur, however, the signs and symptoms can include: Penile or vaginal discharge; Pain during urination; Vaginal spotting or bleeding; Sore …
What causes premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is divided into two types: lifelong premature ejaculation occurs from the first time a person has sex and is ongoing throughout their sexual life. This can be caused by a chemica…
How is benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) diagnosed?
Your doctor will ask about your symptoms and perform a physical exam including a digital rectal exam (DRE) to check the prostate gland. A blood test called PSA is commonly used to help assess BPH. Mor…