Infertility is defined as failure to achieve pregnancy after one year of regular unprotected intercourse. It is a significant global problem with a prevalence of approximately 1 in 7 couples.1 Male factor is a common diagnostic category, and as a single factor it accounts for approximately 20% of the infertile couples.2, 3
Premature ejaculation (PE) is the most common sexual dysfunction in men, even more so than erectile dysfunction (ED), say experts in the field of men’s health. A survey which polled more than 3500 men and women from nine countries in the region reported that 1 in 3 men experience some form of PE.
Sleep problems appear to be associated with progression of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in men with the urologic condition and with LUTS development among asymptomatic men, according to data from the REDUCE* study.
Despite being common, less than half of Singaporean women have sought medical attention for urinary incontinence for fear of surgery, embarrassment and other misconceptions, a new study from Singapore has found
Long-term testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is beneficial in men with late-onset hypogonadism (LOH) in a study and is even associated with improvement in sexual function and vitality, physical pain, general health, and overall health-related quality of life (HRQoL).
Physiotherapy and behaviour therapy appear to be effective interventions in females with overactive bladder syndrome, with those who have had no previous exposure to the treatments benefitting from post-therapy effects, a recent study has shown.