Gardnerellosis is considered a female disease only conditionally, since the main causative agent, gardnerella vaginalis, is a component of the vaginal flora. The pathogen belongs to the conditionally pathogenic flora.
Human papillomavirus (Human papillomavirus, HPV, HPV) – a type of DNA-containing viruses, belong to the papovirus family. Intracellular parasites not only lead to the development of benign skin formations (warts, papillomas, warts), but also have a pronounced oncogenic activity. Papillomavirus infection is the source of many troubles, ranging from aesthetic to the threat of degeneration into a malignant tumor.
After taking a course of antibacterial therapy, a man may face some problems in reproductive health. These problems are expressed in changes in the quantitative and qualitative composition of seminal fluid, with a high potential for the formation of infertility.
Few of us regularly receive all the necessary vitamins and minerals. But if we want to support blood cells, maintain their ability to transport oxygen, improve the functioning of nerve cells or help the flow of biochemical reactions in the body, including the synthesis of testosterone, then filling the daily need for certain vitamins will help us with this. Continue reading “Vitamins For Testosterone Enhancement” »
The process of ejaculation is normally inextricably linked with the occurrence of an erection and is the result of frictions during intercourse. It takes place in two phases.
The male sex glands participate in the formation of sperm fluid – the testes, their appendages, seminal vesicles and the prostate gland. About 11-12 billion spermatozoa are produced monthly in a healthy man, which are an integral part of sperm and carry genomic information.
Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) is the most popular food supplement in the world. It is a cheap, readily available and common tool. Continue reading “What Are The Benefits Of Aspirin For Men” »
For the first time, fibrous plaques that bend the penis were described in 1743 by Francois de la Peyronie, the life-surgeon of the French monarch Louis XV. For 250 years, medicine has advanced far in the treatment of a disease that is named after its discoverer.
The adrenal glands are small paired glands located above the upper poles of the kidneys. These endocrine organs have a complex structure and perform some functions in the body. In the anatomical structure of the adrenal glands, two parts are distinguished: cerebral and cortical. The inner (cerebral) part produces stress hormones (catecholamines). The cortical part distinguishes several groups of steroids: genital, mineralocorticoids, glucocorticoids. Continue reading “Adrenal Diseases And Their Symptoms” »
The term andropause is used in medicine to refer to age-related transformations of the hormonal background in the stronger sex. The International Society for the Study of the Problems of Older Men (ISSAM) defines this condition as a biochemical syndrome, which is characterized by a decrease in the concentration of androgens and, in some cases, receptor sensitivity to them.