Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is diagnosed when the penis fails to achieve or maintain an erection that is firm enough for sex. Erectile dysfunction affects as many as 30 million men. In order to achieve and maintain an erection, the penis must receive adequate nerve and hormonal input. This stimulates... Read More

Low Testosterone (Hypogonadism)

Testosterone is the sex hormone that helps men to maintain their muscle strength and mass, facial and body hair, and deeper voice. Testosterone is needed to make sperm. In addition, testosterone levels can affect men’s sex drive, erections, and mood. As men age, it is normal for the testoste... Read More

Male Infertility

Male infertility is the male's inability to cause pregnancy in a fertile female. In over a third of infertility cases, the problem is with the male. The production of sperm is a complex process that requires intricate interactions between your hormones and sperm producing cells in the testicles... Read More

Peyronie’s Disease

<p></p> Peyronie’s Disease is an abnormal curvature of the penis due to plaque (scar tissue) formation. The curvature is often most obvious during an erection. Symptoms of Peyronie’s Disease include: <ul></ul> - Bent/curved penis <ul></ul> - Lumps in the penis <ul></ul> ... Read More


A varicocele is a dilation of the veins inside the scrotum. This is a common occurrence – with 15 out of every 100 men having a varicocele. They are more common on the left because the male anatomy is not the same on both sides. The majority of varicoceles cause no problems; however they can... Read More