Talk:Andrology

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Acetyl L-Carnitine[edit]

I believe it would be appropriate to mention that Acetyl L-Carnitine increases sperm motility in the Andrology article. Drrake (talk) 00:25, 29 May 2014 (UTC)

merge proposal[edit]

Men's health and andrology seem to be the same thing. At the moment both articles are short, covering different aspects of the field. (One the medical, one publicity for the field). Combining the perspectives might help grow this into a more full-fledged article. Zodon (talk) 10:11, 19 August 2008 (UTC)

Men's Health & Andrology are distinct. Men's Health covers a wide perspective, for example heart issues in men. Andrology is specific to the study of male reproductive system and its effects. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Opalmedical (talkcontribs) 02:25, 17 March 2009 (UTC)

I'll go further and say that andrology is a subset of men's health, just like gynaecology is a subset of women's health. Combining the articles so that andrology would redirect to men's health would be the only reasonable possibility, but I think there is enough material in andrology that it can stand alone -- it would probably have to be forked out of men's health anyway. Accounting4Taste:talk 17:58, 8 February 2010 (UTC)

Order of occurrence[edit]

Thanks for listing the most important andrological disorders. We need to know the frequency of occurrence of those disorders to get a better pictures. Could someone please add the numbers.

THANKS. -- Michael Janich (talk) 10:06, 2 January 2011 (UTC)