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Welcome to Mens Health Information.  Click on each link to reveal more!

 

Depression -This a very is a common illness, which will affect one in four people at some stage in their lives. Like most other illnesses, it can be treated successfully. Men can get depressed but may find it difficult to talk about their feelings. Depression is a feeling of constant sadness where the person feels unable to cope as they normally do.

 

 

Erectile dysfunction - Many men suffer from erection problems or "erectile dysfunction". This means that they regularly cannot achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual activity. It is an extremely distressing condition. 40% of men over 40 suffer from some degree of ED.

 

Hearing Loss - Everything you've always wanted to know about deafness and hearing loss. We tell you what causes hearing loss, dispel many common myths and explain the mysteries of tinnitus. You can also find out the latest facts and figures about deafness and learn about deaf awareness.

 

Infertility - Male-related factors alone or combined with female-related factors can be responsible for infertility. If is therefore important that men, just as much as women, are investigated if their partner is having problems conceiving.

 

Piles - Piles, also known as haemorrhoids are swollen but normally present blood vessels in and around the anus and lower rectum that stretch under pressure, similar to varicose veins in the legs. Haemorrhoids are either inside the anus (internal) or under the skin around the anus (external).

Haemorrhoids are very common in men and women. About half the population have haemorrhoids by age 50. A thorough evaluation and proper diagnosis by the doctor is important any time bleeding from the rectum or blood in the stool occurs.

 

Prostate problems-  All about the Prostate

                                   All about the  PSA test and whether you should have it.

 

Sexual health - Condoms are the only way to reduce the risk of infection during sexual activities with an infected person.

If you're going to have sexual intercourse and you can't be sure your partner is free from infection - use a condom. See-www.letstalkaboutit.nhs.uk

 

Sports Injuries - Sport and exercise can sometimes cause injuries

 

Testicular Problems  -The testes are positioned outside the body. Any problems usually cause a swelling or lump, either with or without pain, any swelling can often be seen or felt with the fingers.  testicular_self_examination.pdf

 

 

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