Men are usually too shy or too proud to admit about some of their health issues. But when it starts affecting their daily life and sexual performance, it becomes a cause for concern. It is very important for men to take charge of their health. So we give you five such sexual health conditions that men usually shy away from-
Men are known for delaying their doctor visits, which is not a good habit to practice. You should absolutely go for annual check-ups and get your testes checked. If you see some enlargement or something feels fishy, make an appointment with your doctor immediately.
According to a study, this type of cancer normally strikes men in their 20s and 30s. Coming to the good news, Testicular Cancer is highly treatable and even curable if diagnosed at an early. On the other hand, Testicular Cancer is known to affect men’s sexual health. Also, the removal of one testicle and the other treatments for cancer can affect your fertility.
Fatherhood may not be topping a dreamy young man’s priority list… yet. Nevertheless, there are many things that he may indulge in today that’s going to affect his ability to parent a child in the future.
Smoking marijuana is pretty harmful to your sperm, just like taking steroids to look more muscular can also stop your sperm production.
The good news is, the above-stated things are reversible as sperms are known to regenerate every three months. But sometimes, men may not be aware of how any of these activities affect their health, so they should talk to a doctor.
Depression affects both men and women differently. When depressed, men are more likely to show the signs of tiredness, irritation, and anger. Depression, with other mental health issues, can be genetic, but many men hesitate to discuss these matters as they feel they would be judged.
Lower percentage of male sex hormone are actually known to cause many health issues and conditions such as lesser sexual desire, loss of sleep, mood changes. It may also run in your family. So it is a good idea to ask your relatives about low testosterone levels.
It’s a good idea to talk to your doctor and get your levels tested.
You might have heard this several times, but when it comes to your sexual health, it’s never too early or too late to start talking about it. And when it comes down to STDs, all adults and adolescents aged between 13 to 64 should be tested at least once for HIV, the virus responsible for causing AIDs.
Proper use of a condom every time you have sex can actually help you to avoid STDs.