Male fertility

Male medicine cabinet in a city with high male patients

In a city like Bangalore, male doctors are increasingly filling the gap left by women.The numbers show that out of a population of 6.3 crore, only 1.6 crore doctors are women.But the numbers don’t tell the whole story.The number of male doctors has been growing for a long time, but they’re now more likely to…


Which male fertility drugs are worth the price?

Female hormones are known to induce sexual behavior and increase the likelihood of pregnancy among men, but the drugs that are most commonly used to treat male infertility also can lead to unwanted side effects, including premature ejaculation, heart attack and stroke, researchers said.The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is currently conducting a review of…


Why is a doctor who has a male patient not getting his treatment?

In the United States, doctors who prescribe a male-only drug are subject to a different set of regulations than those who prescribe female-only drugs.Female-only doctors are required to report the drug’s effectiveness in treating male infertility in their patient’s medical records, but the prescribing doctor must not prescribe the same medication for both sexes, a…


How to Treat Male Genital Cancer with the Pill

Male infertility medicine may be a more popular option for men in the United States than female infertility medicine, according to a new study.Male hormone therapy and pax man medicine are both approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treatment of men’s androgen deficiency.┬áThe study by researchers at the University of Southern California looked…


How the US can prevent men from becoming impotent

American men who have been told by their doctors that they have a male infertility disease can now have their treatment switched to female and receive a female kidney instead.The decision is the result of a government decision made in July.Dr Richard Fong, chief medical officer of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), which…


Why women are dying of male infertility: An analysis

A study by the Lancet Infectious Diseases Group has found that, as a result of gender-based discrimination, more than 40 per cent of men who are being treated for the disease have suffered a loss of male genitalia.This has led to an estimated 1.2 million men and more than 1.5 million women suffering a loss.The…


Why is it so hard to find a doctor in the Philippines?

As the Philippines prepares to embark on a nationwide gender-blind medical care program, the health system is already struggling to attract a full complement of doctors.And with only 10 percent of doctors being women, many of them having less than a Bachelor’s degree, the Philippines has no shortage of candidates.In an effort to address the…


Why are some men with male infertility unable to have children?

Female infertility medicines are not effective for men with the condition.Male infertility medicines can help some men get pregnant.But only if they are used correctly, according to the British Fertility Society.Male infertility medicines have been available for more than a decade.They can include things like vasectomy, tubal ligation and hysterectomy, which help men have children.The…


Why are women’s hormones high?

Female hormones, particularly estrogen and testosterone, can affect how a woman’s reproductive system functions.When these hormones are low, it can be very difficult for a woman to conceive or have a baby.When a woman has these low levels, she can also experience side effects that can be severe and life-threatening.One study has found that women…


The Male Genital Mutilation of Women

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