Men's Health

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Dr Sudhakar Krishnamurti
Sudhakar Krishnamurti, Andromeda Andrology Member, WHO Group on Sexual Health and Sexual Disorders

Spotlight

A man who cannot develop or sustain an erection to perform satisfactory sexual intercourse is termed 'impotent'. Unfortunately, this term has serious social consequences and should be used with caution and after due consideration of the complex process of male sexual function.

News

A look at the relative length of a man's index and ring fingers might be a good predictor of the length of his penis.

Top 5

Masturbation is nothing but a healthy way of releasing sexual energies.

Features

Semen loss is one of the major concerns for males in India. A recent conference on Male semen loss concerns held in New Delhi, enumerated the reasons...