For many men, the idea of sex therapy can be uncomfortable; however, this is commonly recommended for patients in our clinic. Sex therapy is provided by psychologists, licensed therapists, or social workers to help men and women with various questions or concerns.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is defined as the inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. Many men don't talk about it, but it is extremely common, affecting more than 30 million men in the US! If you are experiencing erectile issues, it is important to speak with your physician. There could be underlying health conditions contributing to your erectile dysfunction, and a men’s health specialist will play an active role in your health and treatment plan for ED.
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. This means we are trying to raise awareness about diabetes, as well as encourage patients to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. Many cases of diabetes and its complications can be prevented by a nutritious diet, regular physical activity, maintaining a healthy body weight and avoiding tobacco use.
Men's Health is a field of medicine that emphasizes conditions specific to men. This can include prostate and urinary issues, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, penile curvature (Peyronie’s disease), infertility, and hormone and lifestyle issues.
Our blog post “10 Questions You Are Too Embarrassed to Ask Your Urologist” was so popular that the providers at Utah Men’s Health decided to answer several more questions for our readers!