Erectile dysfunction can be a fairly common problem, particularly amongst older men. Whilst there are several treatment options, some cases can benefit from having a penile prosthesis inserted surgically. Mr Rowland Rees, a leading urologist and male genito-urethral surgeon, explains what is involved in this procedure and what patients can expect post-op.
Peyronie’s disease is a problem of the penis. It is caused by scar tissue, or ‘plaque’ that forms in the wall of the penis, and can cause a curvature on erection, a lump in the penis, pain, shortening and sometimes erection problems. Urologist Mr Rowland Rees talks to us about Peyronie’s disease and what can be done about it.
Discovering any kind of problem ‘down there’ can be worrying at first. Thankfully, conditions affecting your scrotum, such as pain and swelling, aren't usually a cause for concern and treatment is reletively straightforward. Mr Rowland Rees, a urologist in Hampshire and London gives us a quick overview of what every man should be aware of.