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Syphilis - definition, symptoms and therapy

Since the end of the 15th century, syphilis, also known as French sickness, epidemic of plague, hard chick or syphilis (venerea), has haunted Europe. The Spanish explorers of America abducted the highly contagious Treponema pallidum bacterium from the New World. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease like HIV, gonorrhea or genital herpes.
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Premature ejaculation - causes and help

For men, premature ejaculation (ejaculatio praecox) is often a disaster. Not only that male pride often suffers greatly from this sexual dysfunction, it also ends intercourse much too early, which deprives both partners of the sensual experience of intimacy.
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Specialist: The penis as a parameter for male health

Erectile dysfunction often indicates kidney, brain or heart problems. Erectile dysfunction in men is not uncommon. Despite the frequency, men are extremely reluctant to speak on the subject. Erectile dysfunction can have not only psychological but also physical causes and can indicate serious illnesses.
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Saliromania (Salirophilia) - The desire for dirt

Saliromania, or rather salirophilia, is derived from the French word for “to defile”. Salirophiler refers to a person who feels sexual arousal when other people, themselves or objects are soiled. The substances with which such people smear include mud, food, sperm, blood, urine or feces.
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Psychology work: Do women like to masturbate as constantly as men?

Study has looked at gender-specific masturbation behavior; It is often assumed that men in particular have a more pronounced tendency to masturbate, but according to a new study, this seems to be a misjudgment. Most women also like to masturbate regularly, reports the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences on the results of current research.
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Yohimbe - effect and application

In traditional African medicine, yohimbe (Pausinystalia yohimba) has been used as an aphrodisiac for centuries. In Western Europe, yohimbe is known today as a natural remedy in sex therapy, for example for the treatment of erectile dysfunction or impotence. But how exactly can Yohimbe fix sexual disorders?
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Every third man has had complaints during sex

New Study on Men's Sexual Health Problems Do Men Have Symptoms Before, During, or After Sex? How do you deal with your sexual health problems? Are you looking for help, if so, where? As part of a representative study, the market research institute Splendid Research commissioned the online medical practice DrEd to question around 500 men between the ages of 20 and 50 about their sexual health problems.
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The ears big, the penis small: This happens from 40!

The body changes more and more, the older people get. As we get older, many changes in the body happen. As the ears get bigger, the penis shrinks at the same time. In addition, the fat pads grow on all parts of the body. Wrinkles and waning agility are further signs of the aging process.
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Vaginal tightening options

Minimally invasive beauty treatments with laser or radio frequency should quickly and easily offer a rejuvenation of intimate aesthetics, sexual performance increases and help with incontinence. But do these vaginal rejuvenation methods really do what they promise? Let's ask a doctor! According to the chief physician of the Bodenseeklinik, Jens Altmann, it is still a big step for many to turn to experts for problems in the private area.
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Study shows: these stinkhorns can trigger a climax?

To the climax with the stinkhorn A mushroom called "Phallus Indusiatus" is said to trigger a "kind" orgasm, according to an investigation. According to the study, this effect can only be observed in women. So far, the connection was only known among naturopaths. Now science has also approached the topic.
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Cystitis caused by sex is not uncommon - what to do?

What does sex have to do with cystitis? Unfortunately a lot. If you take a closer look at the female anatomy, it quickly becomes clear why this is the case.The most common cause of bladder infections is Escherichia coli bacteria (also E. coli bacteria). These are usually part of our natural intestinal flora.
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