Sexual Health

  1. Hair today, sex life gone tomorrow

    Baldness treatments cause sexual side effects

    Here's some bitter irony for you: Bald men think a full head of hair will turn them into a fur-lined object of sexual desire.


    The most common treatment used for hair growth can actually cause the penis to wither and die.

    (Figuratively speaking, of course.)

    The treatment is finasteride, but you probably know it as Propecia -- and two new studies show how it can transform a raging bedroom bronco into a sleepy little pussycat.

    In one study, researchers say up to 23 percent of men who tried the drug experienced sexual side effects like a limp penis -- and for up to half of them, those problems never went away... even after they quit the drugs.

    In a second study, researchers spoke to 71 men who said their sex lives were normal... until they started taking the drug.

    Afterward, these men battled conditions that included erectile dysfunction, loss of libido, reduced ejaculation, and diminished semen volume.

    The researchers say some of these men were still unable to fire the gun up to a decade later... with no indication they'll ever be able pull the trigger again, according to the study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

    Surprised? Don't be.

    The only real surprise here is that it's taken the mainstream this long to put two and two together.

    The drug is actually an androgen blocker -- it stops the body from converting testosterone into dihydrotestosterone, or DHT, which can attack your hair follicles and lead to baldness.

    But anytime you start blocking your manly hormones, you risk blocking all the other things that make you a man.

    This drug in particular is such an effective form of pharmaceutical castration that shemales load up on it to stop their male "urges" and even help grow boobs -- another reported side effect of this garbage.

    But don't give up -- because you can get your hair back without signing up for a sex change.

    I set the entire billion-dollar hair restoration industry on fire last year when I spilled the beans on the simple, safe supplements that can block DHT just enough to keep it away from your follicles... without doing damage to your testicles.

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  2. Study proves you can have sex at any age

    Older men… still having sex???

    A new study says it’s true – but I don’t see what the fuss is all about here. It’s not like our manhood turns to dust and blows away as we age.

    Men who can, do. Men who can’t, wish they could – and anyone who says otherwise is either lying or on meds that sap their sex lives, and I don’t need a study to tell me that.

    In any case, Australian researchers interviewed 2,800 men between the ages of 75 and 95 years old and found that half of them still believe sex is important – and a third of these silver foxes are still doing the deed.

    That includes 40 percent of men between 75 and 79 years old and 11 percent of men older than 90.

    The researchers found one thing that separated the “dos” from the “do nots,” and it’s exactly what I’ve been telling you all these years: Testosterone.

    The researchers wrote in the Annals of Internal Medicine that the men who were still “doing it” had the highest levels of manly hormones.

    The rest suffer from what I call the “T-minus” condition, the inevitable loss of hormones that begins in middle age and only gets worse every year after. It won’t just steal your sex drive – it can make you fat, bald, weak and tired, too.

    The good news is you can get back on the plus side at any age – and I’ll tell you how next week.

    And if you’re among the half of older men who claim sex is no longer important to you, you can stop lying to researchers – and yourself – and get back in that saddle again.

    Then, you can show your own lady that this old angel still has a devil inside.

  3. Gardasil down, but not out

    Teenage girls and their parents aren't as dumb as Big Pharma thinks -- because a new study finds they're saying "NO!" to the dangerous public health experiment known as Gardasil.
  4. Inside the hunt for a female sex med

    The Holy Grail of made-up diseases is female sex dysfunction -- and Big Pharma has been lusting for a "treatment" ever since the erection drug Viagra did half a billion dollars in sales in its first few months on the market in 1998.
  5. Sex education during the commercial breaks

    It's like a barrage of porn every time you turn on the TV -- sex ad after sex ad, and not just late at night when the kids are asleep.
  6. Big Pharma tests sex meds on children

    Big Pharma is experimenting with sex drugs on children... because the feds asked them to!
  7. Toxic ingredients in common soaps

    Common soap ingredients can kill sperm and damage the female babymaking equipment -- and now, a lawsuit-happy environmental group is suing the feds over it.
  8. Montana's sick new sex ed plan

    Under a wacko plan in Helena, the capital of Montana, sex education will begin in kindergarten, where children will be taught words like penis, vagina, breast, nipples, testicles, scrotum and uterus.
  9. Fat people have lousy sex lives

    A recent study out of France proved, yet again, what we've known all along: Your weight affects your sex life.
  10. Big Pharma readies female sex med

    Ladies, if you're not in a perpetual state of moistened sexual readiness, there's something wrong with you.

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