27Mar, 2019

Chronic Pelvic Pain in Men

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-Definition As in the case of women, a significant percentage of men suffer during their lifetime from pelvic pain that is not precisely localised. When the pain is present for a period longer than 3 months, it is called chronic pelvic pain. It is located in the pelvis, perineum or genitals. There may also be pain in the suprapubic area, also in the penis or testicles. There may also be urinary signs such as dysuria (discomfort in urination) and pain when ejaculating, decreased jet and urinary urgency and even sexual […]
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1Mar, 2019

Frequently Asked Questions about Andropause

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-Definition The term Andropause is used to parallel the feminine than of menopause. These two entities are different in their physiology, evolution, prognosis and clinical effects. It should be noted that the androgenic deficit is gradual, occurs in 25 to 35% of men and there is only a partial androgen deficiency, not significantly affecting their ability to fertilize in certain cases, which is completely opposite to the stage of menopause. The initiation of andropause is unpredictable and its manifestations are subtle and diverse. There are two synonymous terms that can […]
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