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The sexual consequences of congenital pelvic anomalies
Congenital pelvic anomalies are relatively rare in males. Little is known about their impact on sexual function and activity as these boys grow into men. In this article the author looks at the data available and encourages health professionals who look after such patients not to be afraid to discuss sex. Read more