Medium / Dr. Paul Turek The Tushy Method August 15, 2018

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No two fertility patients are alike, which means that all fertility care should be personalized to your individual needs. This idea can sound expensive and daunting for both the patient and the doctor, but it isn’t. In fact, Dr. Aimee has seen firsthand that when she uses “The TUSHY Method,” a straightforward strategy for getting your fertility checked in 5 easy steps, her patients’ satisfaction with their care increases – and the time it takes for them to get pregnant decreases. It’s a new standard of fertility care that makes personalized fertility medicine easy and more affordable.

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American Society of Andrology / Dr. Paul Turek Dr. Turek in the news August 2, 2018

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Cosmopolitan / Dr. Paul Turek What Is Blue Balls? July 31, 2018

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Blue balls is a condition often described by sexually frustrated dudes as a painful tingling in the balls accompanied by a slight blue tinge of the scrotum skin. It’s caused (or at least claimed to be caused) by a buildup of unreleased semen. But is there any truth there, or is it a tall tale concocted by guys who just really, really want to get laid? Dr. Paul Turek, MD, a board-certified men’s health and fertility urologist, answers all your questions.
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The New York Times / Dr. Paul Turek The Dawning of Sperm Awareness July 30, 2018

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SAN FRANCISCO — Dr. Paul Turek was on his way to speak to employees at a cryptocurrency investment firm one recent afternoon about a growing anxiety for the men in the office: what’s going on with their sperm?

Is there enough? Is the existing supply satisfactory? Are we men enough?

“They’re worried, right?” Dr. Turek said. “And we’re O.K. with the worry.”

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Medium.com / Authority Magazine / Dr. Paul Turek “Avoid The Tendency To Throw Pills At Everything” With Dr Paul Turek July 17, 2018

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“The long road of medicine is full of constant learning, so I have remained on it. The financial expense was unbearable at times but its only money. The long hours were brutal early on in surgery but now I absolutely love sunrise and cherish a good night’s sleep. And a life in medicine taught me to cherish every single moment in life, bar none. You have no idea what might happen tomorrow.”

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SheKnows / Dr. Paul Turek How to Have the Vasectomy Talk With Your Partner July 17, 2018

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So, you and your partner have decided you don’t want kids or you don’t want to add any other biological children to your family. It’s nice you’ve come to an agreement, but now it’s time to decide who is going to take the steps to make sure this doesn’t happen.

While there are many options out there for people with a uterus, like the IUD, birth control pills or their having tubes tied, there aren’t as many options for penis-owners. A lot of people hate condoms — they feel very high school, some people are allergic to latex, and really, being able to go at it freely is so much more fun, especially when you know you are going to be with the same partner.

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Salon.com / Dr. Paul Turek More than 8 million IVF infants have been born worldwide: report July 11, 2018

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At least 8 million infants have been born as a result of In Vitro Fertilization in the last 40 years, according to a report from the International Committee Monitoring Assisted Reproductive Technologies. The report’s findings were presented this week at the 34th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Barcelona, Spain.

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NBC News / Dr. Paul Turek The pros and cons of being an older dad June 18, 2018

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As a woman of a certain age (35) who is hoping to have children, I’m flooded with information, suggestions and unsolicited advice about what motherhood (in the biological sense) might look like for me. “You really need to start soon!” is the phrase I hear ad nauseum from presumably well-meaning family and friends.

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salon.com / Dr. Paul Turek New research suggests fit fathers make for healthier babies June 18, 2018

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In April, German biology researchers released a study that set forth an eyebrow-raising proposition: Might men who exercise have more intelligent children?

The study, which was published in the peer-reviewed journal Cell, examined genetically identical mice who were raised in sedentary lifestyles. Once they reached adulthood, half from the original group were moved to cages full of equipment to encourage them to be physically active. (Apparently, mice like going to the gym.) The other half remained sedentary. After 10 weeks, scientists found that the physically active mice performed better on cognitive tests than the inactive ones.

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The Good Men Project / Dr. Paul Turek Asking ‘Are You Having Kids?’ Can Damage a Person’s Mental Health, Here’s Why… June 11, 2018

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Ever been on the receiving end of the following conversations?

It’s Mother’s Day brunch, Thanksgiving, or the Fourth of July picnic, and a well-meaning person sidles up to ask, “When are you having kids?”

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Beverly Hills Courier / Dr. Paul Turek Men’s Health Leader Dr. Paul Turek Believes In Treating ‘The Whole Man’ June 11, 2018

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Dr Paul Turek, the internationally renowned leader in male health and the founder/director of The Turek Clinics in Beverly Hills and San Francisco, believes that sexual health and general health go hand in hand.
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Bustle / Dr. Paul Turek 7 Things About Antidepressants That Nobody Ever Told You June 1, 2018

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I was 17 when a psychiatrist first put me on the antidepressant Prozac, which was actually being used to treat anxiety in my case. Prozac is a serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), which means it keeps the feel-good neurotransmitter serotonin around longer in your brain, theoretically leaving you happier. It did help alleviate some of my anxiety and constant irritability, but it also had a few side effects nobody told me about.
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Everyday Health / Dr. Paul Turek Prostate Cancer Screening Has Become Less Common Among Men, Study Says May 23, 2018

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The number of men being screened, diagnosed, and treated for prostate cancer has declined in recent years, suggests a new study.

Researchers from the University of Washington in Seattle were interested in analyzing how the 2012 U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommendation, which advised against using the prostate-specific-antigen (PSA) test for all men, has impacted prostate cancer care around the country. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer among men in the United States.

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Talk Space / Dr. Paul Turek Asking “Are You Having Kids?” Can Damage a Person’s Mental Health, Here’s Why… May 21, 2018

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Ever been on the receiving end of the following conversations?

It’s Mother’s Day brunch, Thanksgiving, or the Fourth of July picnic, and a well-meaning person sidles up to ask, “When are you having kids?”

Or worse yet, you’re at a networking event and an acquaintance asks the same. As if inquiring about personal reproductive issues is appropriate small talk, let alone in a professional environment where choices about children are complicated (for women especially).

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U.S. News & World Report / Dr. Paul Turek How to Find a Good Fertility Clinic May 2, 2018

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IN THE WEEKS AFTER storage tanks in two separate fertility clinics in different parts of the country failed, destroying hundreds and perhaps thousands of frozen eggs and embryos, Dr. Paul Turek fielded calls from a raft of patients. These were men and women who had eggs, sperm or embryos frozen at one of the banking facilities he uses in California. The anxious would-be parents asked whether their reproductive tissues were safe.

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Insider / Dr. Paul Turek 5 things movies get wrong about trying to get pregnant May 2, 2018

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Movies and TV shows tell stories. And while people are increasingly looking to tell more stories, in all their complexities and in more relatable ways, the ways that pop culture looks at things like infertility aren’t always the most realistic.

Sometimes it’s difficult to see your perspective and your experiences in the way the stories are told in pop culture. And while they definitely don’t get everything wrong, they don’t get everything right either.

We spoke to a few experts about the ways in which Hollywood often gets infertility wrong.

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Mens Health / Dr. Paul Turek Does Jelqing Actually Work? The “Ancient” Technique Is Said to Make Your Penis Bigger April 26, 2018

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It’s been said that men are obsessed with size. Unlike most stereotypes, this actually appears to be true: in fact, according to a 2015 survey, penis enlargement surgery is still one of the most desired cosmetic procedures among American men, second only to fat reduction.

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