Experts in men’s health have long focused on sexual and reproductive health. The region is important for a man’s health, yet many things might go wrong because of old age, comorbidities, or occasionally nothing at all. For many male patients with sexual health concerns, whether they relate to function, fitness, or conception, primary care physicians may be the initial point of contact. The aim is to identify problems and comprehend the way to therapy or a specialized visit quickly and discretely.
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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.
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.
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.
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. Continue reading “Webinar: Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Options with Dr. Nannan Thirumavalavan”
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