Male Sexual Health
Rogers Media Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 120 pages
Male sexual health has become a popular subject. While open, even casual, discussion of the issue on television, radio or in other media may lead us to believe it is no longer taboo, the medical community has observed that men still shy away from consulting a doctor on these matters. Some only take steps once the situation has become serious, or even irreversible. This reluctance to seek medical help seems to be a common male reaction to health problems in general. Although men do not frequently open up about their problems, their questions and worries remain. Is it normal for a man to experience a diminished sex drive? Who should be consulted for a sexual problem - a family doctor, a specialist, or a sex therapist? When do doctors prescribe Viagra? Is it a safe treatment? Are there alternative solutions? How can sex therapy help a man recover a satisfying sex life? This book aims to answer all these questions. It offers a clear, precise and accessible account of male sexuality, complete with extensive up-to-date information and a large section devoted to various treatments, including sex therapy techniques and approaches. This book is the result of a collaboration between doctors and a sex therapist (all well-known in their fields), to help men and couples demystify male sexual health problems and work towards finding a satisfying solution.
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PREFACE BY GUY LAFLEUR
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