No doubt you’ve been trying to stay healthy in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While it can be a confusing, unsettling time, scientists are learning more about the virus every day. You might be wondering how COVID-19 may affect your sex life. Let’s take a look at some common questions.
ED the most common sex problem men discuss with their doctors. The American Urological Association estimates that 30 million men have ED. It is more common if you’re older, but younger men get it, too. If you’re not as healthy as you could be, the odds you’ll be dealing with ED go up.
About 33 to 35 percent of infertility cases are the result of a "male factor," a disease or condition in the male partner. An equal number of cases stem from the female partner or a combined male-female problem. The traditional recommendation has been that if a couple has been trying to conceive for a year or more without success, they should consider seeking the help of an infertility specialist.
* denotes that a doctor, in Castle Connolly's estimation, is among the top 1% in the nation in his or her specialty