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Exercise and Impotence- Best Exercises to Overcome Impotence Naturally

Mon, 05 Oct 2009 00:13:55 +0000

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Florida - Millions of men in the world are suffering from impotence and the increase rate of impotence among men is alarming. According to a recent survey more than 5 million men are suffering from impotence in US alone. Moreover there is an increase of 90,000 new cases of impotence in the US every year. This number of impotence sufferers is alarming and show how rapidly this nasty disease is hitting men.

Blissful marital relationship stands on the foundation of men´s good performance in bed. If the man is suffering from impotence, he is unable to gain erection or sometimes he gets very weak erection which is not strong enough to satisfy his partner. Therefore the result is quite disastrous for their relationship. There are many instances which show how impotence marred a happy life of couples.

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Dr Oz Discusses Erectile Dysfunction Hair Transplants And Women’s Bladders On Oprah Winfrey Show

Wed, 08 Oct 2008 00:07:05 +0000

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(Best Syndication News) Tuesday’s Oprah Winfrey show was unusual because half of the audience was men rather than almost entirely women. Dr. Oz was on hand to answer some of the burning questions concerning the difference between men and women.

Do Women Have Smaller Bladders?

Carrie, an audience member, asked the first question. "As women, we all are waiting in line to go to the bathroom. And so we're dying to know: Do women have smaller bladders?" Oz answered yes. Since women have a uterus, there is less room for a bladder.

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Barber Shops Are Great Place To Educate Black Men About Prostate Cancer

Sun, 09 Sep 2007 21:56:52 +0000

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(Best Syndication) Barber shops are a great place to educate black men about prostate cancer, according to The Prostate Net website. The education program was inspired by the film “Barbershop”, according to Virgil Simons, who has enlisted 4,000 barbers to help spread the message.

HealthDay News reports that Virgil Simons has been educating people about the disease for 10 years. The cancer develops in the prostate and may spread to other parts of the body, including bones and lymph nodes. Symptoms include pain urinating, erectile dysfunction among other problems. It develops most frequently in men over 50 years of age.

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Ask Dr. Oz on Oprah TV show – Early Puberty in Girls and other odd Questions

Tue, 22 May 2007 20:41:19 +0000

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[Best Syndication] Yesterday, Dr. Oz answered a number of questions that viewers asked him. We have discussed some of the questions answered in previous articles. In this article we will cover the remaining questions that were asked.

On ABC’s ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ TV show, the showed a creature that was in the penis of a man. The actress goes, that is a penis fish! Oprah wanted to know is this real or made up for TV? Dr. Oz said that it is a real fish that is attracted to urine. It will swim up the penis or the vagina and will be stuck there until it is removed surgically. The good news is that these creatures are found in the Amazon waters, so it is very unlikely to ever happen to a person in the US. If you are planning a vacation there, you might think about swimming in a pool instead.

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Erectile Dysfunction ED – Gene Therapy Research show Potential New Treatment Option

Mon, 04 Dec 2006 20:15:35 +0000

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Gene transfer therapy is being tested in the first of its kind human trial for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). If the gene therapy is successful it could last for months, and could replace the current drugs such as Viagra or Cialis. The study was first reported in the recent issue of Human Gene Therapy.

The lead author Arnold Melman, MD, professor and chair of the Department of Urology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center said, “This is an exciting field of research because current treatments for men with erectile dysfunction, whether pills or minimally invasive therapies, must be used ‘on demand’, thereby reducing the spontaneity of the sexual act.”

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Male Enhancement Surgery - Consider All the Options

Fri, 13 Oct 2006 11:55:09 +0000

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When it comes to men's health, especially their sexual health, there are important decisions to consider before choosing drastic measures such as male enhancement surgery to combat erectile dysfunction.

It is a commonly know fact that most men experience changes in overall erectile functions as they age. Issues arise and may become a primary problem for middle-aged and older men. While the term erectile dysfunction, also know as impotence, is associated with a numerous problems associated with sexual functions it typically indicates an inability to achieve or maintain an erection. Erectile dysfunction can occur at any stage in life, and occasional episodes should not be viewed with concern however prolonged difficulties should be address and discussed with a physician.

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Viagra May Aggravate Obstructive Sleep Apnea Disorder – Sildenafil Increases Nitric Oxide Promoting Congestion

Tue, 03 Oct 2006 23:15:46 +0000

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Researchers say that Viagra (sildenafil) taken at bedtime may worsen the nighttime breathing disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). This is an unexpected finding because patients with erectile dysfunction (ED) are more likely to have OSA. Evidently, treating ED can aggravate OSA.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is the most common type of sleep apnea, and is caused when the throat relaxes during sleep obstructing the airflow. Common symptoms include snoring or wheezing. The sleeper is usually unaware of the condition because it occurs when they are asleep.

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