One study found that COVID-19 survivors might develop short and long-term sexual and reproductive health issues, including ED. In his article, Dr. Thirumavalaavn discusses how having COVID-19 may affect men’s sexual health and lead to low testosterone and erectile dysfunction.
If you were previously diagnosed with COVID-19 and suspect you may be experiencing symptoms of Low-T or ED, contact fellowship-trained urologist, Dr. Thirumavalavan, today. Call our office in Cleveland, Hudson, or Lyndhurst at (216) 844-7413 for an appointment.
Every November commemorates Movember – a month where we highlight and raise awareness of issues that affect men, such as prostate cancer screening. When diagnosed early, most cancers can be treated successfully. Having the prostate screening test for cancer, or PSA test, is no different. Doctors continually emphasize the importance of prostate cancer screenings, and you can determine their importance especially when you are aware of your personal risk factors.
At the American Society of Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting, Dr. Thirumavalavan was recognized as a Star Reviewer for his contributions to the prestigious journal for infertility research, Fertility and Sterility.
Vasectomy – Options for Male Birth Control | Free Webinar
If you and your partner agree that you don’t want any more children, join University Hospitals Urologist Nannan Thirumavalavan, MD, who will lead a discussion on the options for male birth control. Learn about the advantages of a vasectomy (or “getting snipped”) over other forms of birth control and find out if any of the myths you’ve heard are actually true.
A question and answer session will follow.
Time: Sep 30, 2020 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects more than 30 million men in the U.S. It is especially common in men with prostate surgery, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity. However, it is now possible to treat almost all men with ED! ED undermines a man’s sexual confidence – but successful treatment can help restore it! Many ED treatments are covered by most insurance and prescription plans. Attend a FREE Men’s Health Community Webinar sponsored by Coloplast Corp. to educate men and their partners about approved ED treatment options. Your name and contact information will remain confidential. For complete anonymity, you can register under an alias, however the correct email address is required for event login.
Join Dr. Thirumavalavan for a Free Live Webinar about Sexual Health
Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT
Sexual health is an important part of life and is related to other aspects of health. This includes physical, mental, emotional, and social health. UH urologists and men’s health experts Nannan Thirumavalavan, MD and Aram Loeb, MD will walk you through a number of male sexual health topics to help you recognize the warning signs of a bigger health issue as well as help you live your best sexual life. Topics will include erectile dysfunction or ED and low testosterone or Low T.
Watch Dr. Thirumavalavan teach other doctors about male infertility as part of the SMILES lecture series. Great for doctors and patient alike. Available for viewing now at: https://ssmr.org/meetings/webinars.aspx
Dr. Thirumavalavan/Coloplast Webinar: Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Options
Erectile Dysfunction affects approximately half of all men over the age of 40, and it can take a real toll on them and their partners, both physically and emotionally. If ED is a concern for you, Dr. Thirumavalavan encourages you to attend an upcoming educational event sponsored by Coloplast Corp, regarding various treatment options.
Webinar info Date: May 26, 2020 Location: Webinar Time: 5:30PM EST
Tune in Monday, April 13th at 6:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M. EST to see Dr. Nannan Thirumavalavan discuss Erectile Dysfunction and Coloplast. During this webinar, he will discuss the different signs and symptoms that are associated with erectile dysfunction.
Many things can affect your erections, including getting older, stress, and many medical problems, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, elevated blood sugars. Unfortunately, many medications can cause erectile dysfunction as a side effect as well. A good erection requires healthy blood vessels, and smoking, which damages your blood vessels, will worsen your erections. Treatments for some cancers, prostate cancer being the most common, also cause erectile dysfunction.
The first things you can do to improve your erections are diet, exercise, and quitting smoking. If you don’t see a doctor regularly, we recommend having your cholesterol, your blood sugar, and your blood pressure checked. We also recommend checking your testosterone level because low testosterone levels can contribute to poor erections.
The first treatment option is to try medications, such as Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra, which can help improve blood flow into the penis and help maintain a stronger erection. If the pills aren’t giving you the results you want, then we talk about next steps. We start with an ultrasound of the penis, looking at the arteries in the penis, and the blood flow in and out of the penis. Depending on the results, we talk about different treatment options, like penile prostheses, or injection therapy.
Regardless of which treatment option you end up picking, the goal is to get you the erections that you want and get your sex life back to where you want it to be. Dr. Thirumavalavan will thoroughly discuss treatment options including Coloplast during this webinar.