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  1. FAQ - Sleeping FAQs


    Sleeping recharges your batteries, mentally and physically. If you can't sleep, you may have insomnia. Top tips for a better night's sleep? no screens in the bedroom (includes TV and phones/tablets) no stimulants except sex before bed (no coffee ... More

  2. FAQ - Skin Problems FAQs


    The skin is the largest organ of the body. It protects you, heals itself and lasts a lifetime. Six of the most common skin conditions are acne, eczema, psoriasis, ringworm, vitiligo and warts. Acne What is it? Acne causes spots to develop on the skin, usu ... More

  3. FAQ - Digestive Problems FAQs


    Some health problems are hard to digest: gallstones, peptic ulcers, constipation, heartburn and flatulence. Heartburn What is it? Heartburn or Gastro Oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD) is that burning sensation in your throat which can happen after eating ... More

  4. FAQ - Penis Size FAQs


    Penises come in all shapes and sizes and usually there's nothing to worry about. My penis is too small/too big/the wrong shape. Penises come in all shapes and sizes with bumps and bends and visible veins, the lot. Genuine problems that might actually ... More

  5. FAQ - Cumming FAQs


    Cumming or ejaculating plays an important part in most men's lives. What happens when you come? When you come or ejaculate, white semen containing sperm comes out of the end of your penis. It can happen during sex, during masturbation or even during ... More

  6. FAQ - Circumcision FAQs


    Circumcision is a medical procedure that is rarely carried out for medical reasons. What is circumcision? Circumcision in men involves the cutting off of the foreskin protecting the head (or glans) of the penis. As the only moving part of the penis, the f ... More

  7. FAQ - Balanitis FAQs


    Painful, sore and itchy, balanitis is not nice but can be treated easily. What is it? An unpleasant, irritating but seldom serious inflammation of the head of the penis. What are the main symptoms? The head of your penis (glans) is inflamed — red, sore an ... More

  8. FAQ - Phimosis FAQs


    A tight foreskin can be extremely painful but it can be treated- often without surgery. Phimosis What is it? An unusually tight foreskin that cannot be drawn back from the head of the penis. What are the main symptoms? You cannot retract the foreskin to e ... More

  9. FAQ - Hypospadias FAQs


    If you're not peeing out the end of your penis you may have undiagnosed hypospadias. It can be treated. What is it? A congenital (i.e. present at birth) defect in which the opening of the urethra isn't at its normal place at the end of the penis ... More

  10. FAQ - Masturbation FAQs


    Bashing the bishop, spanking the monkey, jerking off- whatever you like to call it masturbation is a normal part of life. What is masturbation? It is rubbing your genitals- in your case, your penis- for sexual pleasure. Most men masturbate and, despite wh ... More