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    Do You Need Testosterone Therapy? 5 Questions to Ask

    What men know about testosterone is highly influenced by media, especially since the FDA allowed direct-to-consumer advertising for ...

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    The Truth About Penis Size

    I take care of men for a living, and easily the most common question I’m asked is: “While you’re down there, Doc, can you tell me if ...

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    Natural Ways to Boost Male Fertility

    So often in life, things that are very good for us can also be bad if we have too much, or too little, of them. This is especially true ...

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    10 Things That Can Affect Erections

    Getting an erection doesn’t just “happen” – it’s actually a complex process involving hormones, nerves, and your vascular, psychological ...

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    Can PRP Injections Really Give You a Bigger Penis?

    If you’re unhappy with what you’ve got down below, you’re not alone – a lot of guys want to trump nature and increase the size of their ...

  • Penis Enlargement: Myths and Facts

    Results in seconds. Wow. I don't know about you but I am fast growing tired of the dozens of spam e-mails I get every day about the magic ...

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  • Paul Turek, MD, FACS

    Paul Turek, MD, FACS

    Paul Turek, MD, FACS, is founder of The Turek Clinics, providing state of the art medical treatment to men worldwide. Yale- and Stanford-trained, Dr. Turek has pioneered male fertility techniques including testicular mapping and sperm retrieval and has popularized the no-scalpel vasectomy. To read more from Dr. Turek, visit his award-winning blog.

  • Sheldon Marks, MD

    Sheldon Marks, MD

    Sheldon Marks, MD, is director of the International Center for Vasectomy Reversal in Tucson, one of the leading specialty centers in the world. Dr. Marks is a best-selling author and frequently teaches other urologists about advances and techniques with vasectomy reversals. He has been writing for WebMD since 2005.