Male anatomy and physiological impact on reproductive health

Benita Rumanzi, Africa Population Institute
Stella Achen, Makerere University

This research had a practical element to investigate questions raised by men; It primarily targeted the 300 men across the sub Saharan Africa as well as document review and literature. Sexual health is a source of concern for many men, yet some men were not comfortable talking to their doctors about sex. Problems like getting an erection, keeping an erection and less interest in sex keep someone from enjoying sex. This study investigated more on Male infertility, Sexual problems and Physiology as well as pertinent issues like Sexuality in Later Life , Aging Changes in the Male Reproductive System and Men's Sexual Health, Erectile Dysfunction, The Myth or Reality of Male Menopause and Penis-Enlargement. There is evidence based need for the development of guidelines for enhancing male’s sexual life by eliminating the myth and affirming the realities to properly understand and appreciate the normal anatomy and physiology of male reproduction.

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Presented in Poster Session 2