Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) might be suitable for men with hypogonadism who also have a history of prostate cancer, but more research is needed, according to a group of Canadian and American scientists.
Using a vacuum erection device (VED) can improve oxygen saturation in the penis, making VEDs a viable part of penile rehabilitation after radical prostatectomy (RP), according to a pilot study.
Lubricant use is common among American women, especially during partnered intercourse and sexual play, researchers have found.
Statins, with or without sildenafil, could help men with erectile dysfunction (ED), according to Chinese researchers who conducted a literature review.
For men undergoing radiotherapy treatment for prostate cancer, a daily dose of sildenafil citrate (SC) might help improve sexual function, according to American researchers.
Laboratory testing for testosterone (T) levels should be standardized and a hypogonadism diagnosis should be made using both a blood test and a physical exam, a panel of experts says.