Dr. Harry Fisch is a board certified urologist at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Medical College of Cornell University. He is one of the nation’s leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of Men’s health issues as well as sexuality and fertility problems in couples. Internationally renowned, he has pioneered microsurgical techniques for disorders associated with male infertility such as vasectomy reversal and varicocele repair.
Dr. Harry Fisch
‘Cold Weather Makes Me Feel Like Crap’ — Ask Dr. Harry Fisch
My mood tends to drop with the weather -- How do I avoid getting the winter blues? -- Teddy, 39
Is ‘Cleaning My Rifle’ So Often Making Me Lazy? — Ask Dr. Harry Fisch
When I stopped masturbating for a while I had more energy, my weightlifting strength improved and some stubborn depression went away. Is this all just a coincidence?
‘Are Strong Vibrators Bad For Women?’ — Ask Dr. Harry Fisch
My wife uses a pocket rocket that's heavy on the rocket. If she uses a really strong vibrator, can it make it harder for her to orgasm from regular sex?'
‘Can a Man Get a Yeast Infection?’ — Ask Dr. Harry Fisch
Will wearing a condom protect me from catching a yeast infection? And can men even get yeast infections?
Can You Change the Taste of Your ‘Sexual Mustard’ by Eating Different Foods? — Ask Dr. Har…
Is it true that you can change the taste of your semen by eating different foods? My girlfriend complains that I don’t taste good.
‘Is Cyber Sex Unhealthy — And is it Cheating?’ — Ask Dr. Harry Fisch
Is having cyber sex considered unhealthy -- and does it constitute “cheating” on a spouse, even if you never meet? -- Daniel, 27, Kansas
‘Do Aphrodisiacs Really Work?’ — Ask Dr. Harry Fisch
Do aphrodisiacs really work? -- Lyle, 29, Denver, Colorado
‘What Happens in a Sex Therapy Session?’ — Ask Dr. Harry Fisch
What is sex therapy, and what happens in a sex therapy session?