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  1. FAQ - Erectile Dysfunction FAQs

    14/04/16

    Not being able to get an erection is called Erectile Dysfunction (ED). It is common and in most cases can be treated. What is it? The persistent or recurrent inability to achieve or maintain an erection good enough to complete your chosen sexual activity ... More

  2. FAQ - Non - cancerous testicle problems FAQs

    19/04/16

    Epididymitis, Hydrocele, Torsion and Varicocele are not a folk group, they're the more common non-cancerous testicle problems. Epididymitis What is it? An inflammation of the epididymis, the tube that transports sperm from the testicle towards the pe ... More

  3. FAQ - Breasts FAQs

    14/04/16

    Do you have man boobs — 'moobs'? The technical term for men having 'excess tissue' in the chest area is gynaecomastia. According to the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, male breast reduction increased by 446% from 200 ... More

  4. FAQ - Mid - life crisis FAQs

    14/04/16

    Many fear a mid life crisis but there is a lot you can do to control these feelings Mid life crisis. That's not a real thing is it? Well, it depends who you ask. (Read Mid-life crisis: the best thing that ever happened to you?) There's no doubt ... More

  5. FAQ - Hernia FAQs

    14/04/16

    Hernias can appears as strange lumps from your body. They're common but the sooner you seek help, the easier they are to repair. What is it? Hernia is the abnormal protrusion of an organ or tissue through a weak area in the muscle or other tissue tha ... More

  6. FAQ - Peeing FAQs

    14/04/16

    We tend to take peeing for granted. Something easy is described as 'a piece of piss'. But it's not such a simple business. Sometimes it happens when you don't want it to. Other times you can't go even when your bladder's burs ... More

  7. FAQ - Peptic Ulcers FAQs

    14/04/16

    Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers can give a nasty burning pain. But they are very treatable. What are they? A peptic ulcer is a crater-like open sore in the lining of parts of the digestive tract. There are two types: Stomach ulcers, also called gastric ulcers ... More

  8. FAQ - Prostate FAQs

    14/04/16

    The prostate gland is the sex organ you didn't know you had. It helps nourish sperm and aid fertility. About the size and shape of a walnut, it is sited below your bladder and above the base of your penis, between your pubic bone and your rectum. It ... More

  9. FAQ - Food FAQs

    14/04/16

    Food is great. It tastes delicious and gives our bodies the energy and nutrients we need to stay alive and well. What's not to like? What's the point of a so-called healthy diet? Enjoying a healthy diet can give us that life-enhancing edge, in b ... More

  10. FAQ - Alcohol FAQs

    14/04/16

    Who is in charge? You or the booze. Why do I enjoy drinking? Alcohol damps down activity in the central nervous system, promoting relaxation, easing anxiety and reducing inhibitions. It acts as a social lubricant, and as such plays a central role in many ... More

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