Health Editorial Staff

A small team of journalists, content producers, and editors comprise the eDoctors editorial team. We work across media with the aim of helping our readers make important decisions relating to their health and wellbeing. 

The eDoctors group of websites focuses on specific niche health segments. VeinDirectory.org provides information and support to the nearly 30 million people who suffer from some form of venous disease as well as VEIN Magazine--a leading trade resource for those physicians treating venous disease. Our JustBreastImplants.com and PlasticSurgeons.com brands address those seeking guidance in the realm of cosmetic surgery. And we provide some resources relating to fertility, such as Vasectomy.com, Urologists.org, and FertilityProRegistry. eDoctors is owned and operated by MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands.

About Internet Brands

Internet Brands is an American new media company based in El Segundo, California that operates online media, community, and e-commerce sites in vertical markets. The consumer internet division owns and operates more than 95 websites in seven categories including health.

Our health division is among the fastest growing at Internet Brands and includes venerable brands such as WebMD, Medscape, Demandforce and many others. Since acquiring WebMD/Medscape in 2018, Internet Brands has become a world-leading health information provider, reaching 90% of American physicians and more than 150 million Web users a month.

Additional Articles by Health Editorial Staff

Vasectomy: What You Should and Shouldn't Do Before and After the Procedure

It's natural to be concerned about having a vasectomy, but talking with your doctor and learning how it's done can prepare you for a stress-free experience and a smooth recovery.

10 Potential Side Effects and Complications After Vasectomy

All surgeries carry some risk, but complications from vasectomy tend to be rare, minor, and seldom require intensive medical treatment.

Sex and Recovery After a Vasectomy: What to Expect

Vasectomy recovery time varies, but most men can return to work after two or three days and resume normal physical activity within a week. Here's what you can expect in the days an...

Why Sperm Bank During a Vasectomy Reversal?

Cryopreservation (freezing) and cryobanking (storage) can provide a useful backup if a vasectomy reversal procedure is not successful. While the decision to perform sperm retrieval...

Top 10 Vasectomy Reversal Q&As

If you and your partner are looking into the possibility of a vasectomy reversal, you probably have questions. Take some time to review our answers to the most commonly asked quest...

What Women Want to Know about Vasectomies

The vasectomy procedure should be considered carefully by each man and every couple, as vasectomies should be considered permanent. As a woman, you may have special concerns that n...

How Soon After a Vasectomy Reversal Can Pregnancy Occur?

Although vasectomies should be viewed as a permanent form of birth control, there may be certain circumstances in which a man desires to have his vasectomy reversed. Read more.

What You Can Expect After a Vasectomy Reversal

Vasectomy reversals are longer and more complicated than the original vasectomy procedure. Because of that, recovery takes more time, although it is still fairly quick. Learn more.

Do Vasectomies Reduce Your Sex Drive?

Sex after a vasectomy shouldn't be any different than it was before the procedure. The surgery doesn't touch the blood vessels or nerves involved in erections and ejaculation, and ...

Why Sperm Bank before a Vasectomy?

Sperm banking is the collection, freezing (cryopreservation), and storage (cryobanking) of healthy sperm. Sperm are stored at very low temperatures and can remain useful even after...

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