Weill Cornell Medicine Urology
Weill Cornell Medicine Urology
Sexual Medicine

Sexual Medicine

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Sexual dysfunction is a common problem that affects millions of men of all ages.

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What is sexual dysfunction?

Classically, sexual dysfunction was synonymous with erectile dysfunction. With a growing understanding of surgical and urologic related disorders, this narrow definition has changed to include all aspects of male sexuality.

Within the Department of Urology at Weill Cornell Medicine, the Sexual Medicine Program is a world-renowned state-of-the-art facility for diagnostic and therapeutic care. With sub-specialty expertise in disorders of the penis, erections, ejaculatory and orgasmic dysfunction, and male hormone issues, among others, we offer compassionate and in-depth services for men with a broad spectrum of problems.

We understand that sexual dysfunction can significantly affect a man's quality of life, self-image, and confidence, and result in problems with interpersonal relations. Furthermore, many men suffer in silence without seeing a qualified specialist in sexual medicine, thus missing a chance to have a fulfilling personal and sexual life. 

We offer a comprehensive evaluation and multidisciplinary approach to care, allowing us to closely collaborate with specialists in neurology, endocrinology, cardiology, sleep medicine, psychology and psychiatry in order to provide optimum care for our patients.

We have extensive experience with various forms of drug, surgical and device therapies for the treatment of sexual dysfunction. We are also actively involved in clinical trials assessing new treatments.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Department of Urology Chairman, Dr. Peter N. Schlegel, provides expert commentary regarding new guidelines on Testosterone Replacement Therapy for aging men. Read more here.

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Would you like an appointment?

To request an appointment, please call our office at (212) 746-5309. Our phone staff are available to help you Monday-Friday, from 9AM-5PM (EST).

You can find the office contact information for each physician specializing in Male Sexual Dysfunction by visiting their profile listed on the bottom of this webpage.

You may alternatively request an appointment to see a physician via our online form at any time.

Please click here to submit an online appointment request form.

If you'd like to learn more about each of our providers that specialize in Sexual Medicine, please review the Physicians & Faculty profiles listed at the bottom of this page.

Ejaculatory Dysfunction

Emission is accomplished by contraction of the vas deferens, seminal vesicles, and ejaculatory ducts. This process is under adrenaline control....

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Erectile Dysfunction

What is Erectile Dysfunction?Erectile dysfunction (ED) can be classified as organic, psychogenic or mixed. Organic ED is due to physical defects and...

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No-scalpel Vasectomy

Vasectomy is a simple and effective method for providing permanent contraception. Vasectomy is the surgical interruption of the two tubes (vas...

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Penile Fracture

Abrupt bending of the erect penis can result in a tear in the tunica albuginea (the lining of the erectile bodies). This results in the instantaneous...

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Penis Enlargement

Penile size differs between men of different ethnic backgrounds and large studies of penis girth and length have been conducted by condom...

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Peyronie's Disease

Peyronie's disease is a medical condition characterized by the development of a lump on the shaft of the penis. This lump is a scar (plaque) that...

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Priapism

The duration of the erection considered to represent priapism is generally over four hours. Priapism can be classified into 2 main types; ischemic...

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Physicians & Faculty

Dr. Peter N. Schlegel, MD, FACS | Cornell Urology

Peter N. Schlegel

M.D., F.A.C.S.

212.746.5491
212.746.5491
Aetna-Weill Cornell POS, Federal Medicare, NY State Medicaid, Rockefeller University-CoreSource
The LeFrak Center for Robotic Surgery
Dr. Marc Goldstein, M.D., F.A.C.S. | Weill Cornell Medicine

Marc Goldstein

M.D., F.A.C.S.

212.746.5470
212.746.5470
Aetna-Weill Cornell POS, Federal Medicare, NY State Medicaid, Rockefeller University-CoreSource
Brady Urologic Health Center
Dr. James A. Kashanian, M.D.

James A. Kashanian

M.D.

212.746.5309
212.746.5309
AETNA [Medicare], AETNA-HMO, Aetna-NYP-EPO/POS, AETNA-PPO, Aetna-Weill Cornell POS, Affinity Access, Affinity Health Plan, Blue Priority Network, CIGNA, EBCBS HMO, EBCBS Mediblue, EBCBS Pathway X, EBCBS Pathway X Enhanced, EBCBS PPO/EPO, Emblem Select Care, Empire BCBS HealthPlus, Empire BCBS HealthPlus (CHP), Fidelis Care, GHI, Health First, Health Insurance Plan of NY (HIP), Health Insurance Plan of NY (HIP) [Medicaid], Health Insurance Plan of NY (HIP) [Medicare], Oxford Freedom, Oxford Health Plans [Liberty], Oxford Health Plans [Medicare], Oxford Health Plans [Metro/Core/Charter], Rockefeller University-CoreSource, UHC Compass, UHC Medicare, United Empire Plan, United Health Care [Community Plan], United Healthcare Commercial, VNSNY CHOICE Medicare, VNSNY CHOICE SelectHealth
The LeFrak Center for Robotic Surgery
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