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Myths to Ignore About Low Testosterone

Posted by: Men's Health Boston in Testosterone on July 27, 2021

Concerned you may have low testosterone? Have you not felt like yourself in a while and noticed changes in your physical appearance like hair or muscle loss, fatigue, or finding it harder to concentrate? These are some signs of low testosterone. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of misinformation out there about low testosterone. It can be… Read More


Should I Have A Stress Test?

Posted by: Men's Health Boston in Men's Health on March 30, 2021

doctor performing stress test

Do you have symptoms of a heart problem? Do you have shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness, irregular or heavy heartbeat, especially while exercising? Do you have a history of heart disease, diabetes, or other heart risks? Are you considering beginning an exercise program while you’re at risk for heart disease? If you answered yes… Read More


Does Curved Penis Treatment Work?

Posted by: Men's Health Boston in Sexual Dysfunction on February 15, 2021

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Is your penis curved when you have an erection? Do you experience pain or sensitivity while having sex? Have you often wondered if the curve is normal or if it’s due to injury over time? Penises vary in shape and size. Having a curved erection isn’t necessarily a cause for concern unless it is also… Read More


3 Reasons Why Seeing A Cardiologist Is Important

Posted by: Men's Health Boston in Men's Health on January 22, 2021

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Your cardiovascular system provides oxygen and nutrients to the cells and organs in your body by maintaining blood flow from your heart. It helps your body during times of activity, exercise, and stress. Keep reading to find out why cardiology evaluation may be important! 1. Cardiovascular Tests Could Save Your Life Have you ever experienced… Read More


Testosterone – Short Historical Introduction

Posted by: Men's Health Boston in Testosterone on November 13, 2020

Testosterone – Short Historical Introduction

Testosterone first became available in the 1930s, but it is only over the last 15 years or so that there has been much experience with it. I began my research with testosterone in 1975, working in the laboratory of David Crews, PhD, at Harvard University, as an undergraduate. When I graduated from urology residency in… Read More


Welcome to my blog!

Posted by: Men's Health Boston in Men's Health on September 4, 2017

Welcome to my blog!

After nearly 30 years as a practicing physician and surgeon in the specialty of urology, I’ve seen many trends wax and wane in medicine. In addition, it has been humbling to observe my research play a significant role in changing theoretical concepts, as well as daily practice. Here in this blog, I will be addressing… Read More



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