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Men's health

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Erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, means not being able to get or keep an erection that is sufficient for sexual intercourse. Many men have impotence...

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How to lower cholesterol

High cholesterol levels increase your risk of heart disease and stroke - here's how you can help lower the level of cholesterol in your blood.

Male-pattern baldness

Learn about male-pattern baldness and sort through some of the myths.

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Penis problems

Penis problems can cause men to worry sometimes. Here is helpful information about common penis issues and how they can be treated.

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is the commonest cancer in men. Having symptoms doesn’t necessarily mean you have it, but a doctor should still investigate.

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

Sexually transmitted infections (STI)

Sex is part of a healthy relationship, but can carry risks. Learn about safe sex, STIs, spotting symptoms, and what to do if you get infected.

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Signs of depression in men

Men don't like to admit when they are under stress or feeling depressed. Find out how to get them to open up.

Fear of finding out

The fear of finding out affects men’s health every day. This page contains video material from healthdirect's marketing campaign 'Fear of Finding Out'...

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Men's health - NT.GOV.AU

Information about men's health in the Northern Territory.

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Men's Health - InsideRadiology

InsideRadiology provides free and easily accessible, accurate, up to date and credible information about medical imaging tests and procedures.

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Men's health | Family Planning NSW

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Erectile dysfunction | Healthy Male

Erectile dysfunction What is erectile dysfunction? Is it just part of getting old? What are the causes? What can I do? What treatments are there? Your doctors appointment Resources Resources Information guide Erectile dysfunction information guide Download PDF Fact sheet Erectile dysfunction fact sheet Download PDF Clinical summary guide Erectile dysfunction clinical summary guide (#9) Download PDF Video Erectile dysfunction and general men's health Video Erectile dysfunction: A comprehensive guide Video What are the causes of erectile dysfunction? How can it be prevented? Video What are the causes of erectile dysfunction? How is erectile dysfunction diagnosed? Video What are the treatment options for erectile dysfunction? SEE ALL RESOURCES

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Preconception health for men

There are a number of things men can do to improve their fertility. Learn more about pre-conception health to increase your chances of you and your partner falling pregnant.

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Fathers and depression

There is widespread belief that antenatal and postnatal depression (PND) are experienced only by women, but research and anecdotal evidence suggest that PND can affect fathers too.

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Men's health :: SA Health

Helping South Australian men live longer, healthier, better lives.

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Young men's sexual health | Family Planning NSW

Sexual health is not all about sex, condoms and sexually transmissible infections (STIs). Find out what you need to know about staying healthy and safe.

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2 weeks pregnant: Fertility for men - Mens health and how to improve male fertility

A healthy pregnancy takes two. Men need to prepare their bodies and ensure their sperm are healthy at the time of conception. Many lifestyle measures, including eating a healthy balanced diet, exercising and avoiding drugs and alcohol, can improve a mans health and male fertility. In many cases these measures not only increase the chances of conception they also ensure the pregnancy gets off to the healthiest start possible.

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1 week pregnant: Fertility for men - Health and lifestyle tips to boost fertility and sperm health

When you are one week pregnant the egg that will grow into your beautiful new baby has not yet been fertilised by your partners sperm. The start of the first trimester and first week of pregnancy coincides with the start of your menstrual bleeding. Your hormones are changing to mature your egg for fertilisation and prepare your body for pregnancy. If you have not visited your doctor for preconception care and advice, you should see a doctor this week, to ensure your body is healthy and prepared for pregnancy. Dad can also start preparing his sperm by ensuring hes eating all the right foods and avoiding substances which impair sperm production or reduce the quality of sperm produced.

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