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  1. Men, Sex, and Aging

    Here’s a look at common concerns and ways to restore your sex life.

  2. Your Prostate Over 40

    A healthy prostate goes about its business without drawing a lot of attention to itself. As you age, though, things often change.

  3. Men's Health and Exercise Videos

    Men often lift weights and do other exercises incorrectly. These WebMD videos show you the proper form for various exercises for your arms, abs, chest, and legs.

  4. Low Testosterone and ED

    Find out the connection between low testosterone and erectile dysfunction (ED), including the effects of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) on ED.

  5. Testosterone Replacement Therapy: Myths and Facts

    Learn about testosterone replacement therapy, including the types of treatment, the impact it has on low T, and the risks.

  6. ED Meds and Your Prostate Health

    Some erectile dysfunction drugs may help prostate conditions.

  7. Blood in Semen (Hematospermia)

    WebMD explains blood in semen, including causes, related symptoms, tests, and treatments.

  8. Buying ED Drugs Online: What’s the Risk?

    What are the risks of buying ED medication online? Get the facts about buying ED drugs on the Internet.

  9. Interactive Tool: How Bad Are Your Urinary Symptoms From Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)? - What does your score mean?

    Your score gives you an idea of how bad your symptoms are. It will fall into one of these ranges: Mild (0 to 7) Moderate (8 to 19) Severe (20 to 35) By itself,your score does not mean that you do or do not need treatment. But it is a useful way for you and your doctor to look at and talk about your symptoms and watch them over time. Men differ in how bothered they are by urination problems. ..

  10. Interactive Tool: How Bad Are Your Urinary Symptoms From Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)? - What's next?

    BPH can be a bother,but it is usually not a serious health problem. If you are concerned about your symptoms,talk to your doctor about your options. They may include: Small changes to your lifestyle and urination habits,plus regular check-ups to make sure that the problem is not changing or getting worse. Medicines to help reduce your symptoms. Surgery to help correct the problem and ...

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