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I’m about to have surgery to remove one of my testicles because of testicular cancer. Of course I’m happy that the cancer will be gone, but what will this mean for my sex drive and my ability to perform?
I’ve noticed some changes in my penis lately...for one, I’ve noticed that my penis is bent and it hurts to have sex. I’ve been reading about Peyronie’s disease. What is it and how do I know if I have it? Will I ever be able to enjoy sex again?
After extensive sexual activity with a younger woman who did all kinds of kinky things with my penis, I sustained injury to my penis and now it’s no longer straight during erection. At first it hurt, but it doesn’t hurt anymore. I still have sex and am able to climax. However, my erections are not as hard. It almost seems like it was broken or ruptured at the base. Is there anything I can do to get my old penis back?
I am a 30-year-old who was born with an undescended right testicle. Can this issue make it more difficult for me to get an erection? Sometimes I don’t get aroused enough for sexual activity, unless I'm really comfortable with the woman and in a long-term relationship. What’s wrong with me?
I am a 19-year-old male and about three years ago, I got hit in my testes. They swelled, but eventually returned to normal. Since then, I can’t last long when I have sex. Is there anything I can do?
My penis is bent toward the left side, which looks odd. I also think my left testes is smaller than the right one. And sometimes after intercourse I feel a little bit of pain in my testes. Why is this? Is there a cure for a bent penis?
I am uncircumcised and have an adhesion so that my foreskin doesn't pull back all the way. Sometimes I get a yellowish lumpy gunk discharge that smells pretty bad under my foreskin. What is this, and what can I do to keep my penis clean?
I was not circumcised as a child. I'm 19 now and was wondering if it was possible to have it done as an adult. If so, would it change my sensitivity during sex?
I am an 18-year-old male and I was recently circumcised to fix a deformed foreskin. About a month ago, I had sex for the very first time and I couldn’t feel a thing – no pleasure, no pain – even though my partner was into it. I wasn’t able to ejaculate and haven’t had sex since, although I’m able to masturbate. Is it related to my circumcision?
Since I had TURP surgery, my ejaculate goes into the bladder and is discharged with urine. I am homosexual, and now I don’t have the same satisfaction from orgasm that I had before. I do climax, but I find myself somewhat frustrated each time. Is there any way to improve this?