13Jul, 2019

Haemospermia or Hematospermia

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Haemospermia or Hematospermia -Summary: Hematospermia or haemospermia is a very disturbing symptom among men, but can be managed in many cases without further complications. Because it is not a habitual demand in consultation, it requires epidemiological knowledge and an adequate clinical judgment in order to be able to approach each case correctly and reassure our patients. -Introduction: Hematospermia or haemospermia is defined as the presence of blood in the semen or sperm. The most frequent cases are in men between 30 and 40 years old. It is recurrent: when it […]
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13Jul, 2019

Delayed Puberty

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-Summary: Delayed Puberty is the absence of secondary sexual characteristics, of 2 standard deviations from the average age of onset of normal puberty in the population and sex to which the individual belongs. In practical and temporal terms, for men it is at the age of 14, when the testicular volume is less than 4 ml and for women it is at the age of 13, when there is still no presence of telarquia (start of the mammary button). -Introduction: Puberty is the period in which sexual maturation is completed […]
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