“Erectile dysfunctions (ED)”. are defined as the persistent inability to attain or maintain penile erection sufficient for intercourse. The 1992 National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference recommends use of the term “erectile dysfunctions” rather than “impotence” because it more accurately defines the problem and has fewer disparaging connotations. An estimated 10 to 20 million men have some degree of erectile dysfunctions. Increased understanding of the male erectile process and the development of several agents to improve erectile function have generated great public interest among men and their sexual partners. These advances are expanding the treatment options available to primary care physicians in the management of erectile dysfunctions.
Define the causes of erectile dysfunction?
Male Reproductive System:
Causes The penis contains two cylindrical, sponge-like structures that run along its length, parallel to the tube that carries semen and urine (urethra). When a man becomes sexually aroused, nerve impulses cause the blood flow to the cylinders to increase about seven times the normal amount. This sudden influx of blood expands the sponge-like structures and produces an erection by straightening and stiffening the penis. Continued sexual arousal or excitation maintains the higher rate of blood flow, keeping the erection firm. After ejaculation, or when the sexual excitation passes, the excess blood drains out of the spongy tissue, and the penis returns to its non-erect size and shape.
Specific steps take place to produce and sustain an erection
The first step is sexual arousal, which men obtain from the senses of sight, touch, hearing and smell, and from thoughts.
Nervous System Response:
The brain communicates the sexual excitation to the body’s nervous system, which activates increased blood flow to the penis.
Blood Vessel Response:
A relaxing action occurs in the blood vessels that supply the penis, allowing more blood to flow into the shafts that produce the erection. If something affects any of these factors or the delicate balance among them, erectile dysfunction can result.
Nonphysical Causes:
Nonphysical causes may account for impotence. They may include
Psychological Problems:
The most common nonphysical causes are stress, anxiety and fatigue. Impotence is also an occasional side effect of psychological problems such as depression.
Negative Feelings:
Feelings that you express toward your sexual partner — or that are expressed by your sexual partner such as resentment, hostility or lack of interest also can be a factor in erectile dysfunction.
Physical Causes
Physical causes account for many cases of erectile dysfunction and may include:
Nerve damage from longstanding diabetes (diabetic neuropathy)
Cardiovascular disorders affecting the blood supply to the pelvis
Certain prescription medications
Operations for cancer of the prostate
Fractures that injure the spinal cord
Multiple sclerosis]
Hormonal disorders
Alcoholism and other forms of drug abuse
In fact, erectile dysfunction may be one of the first signs of an underlying medical problem. The physical and nonphysical causes of erectile dysfunction commonly interact. For instance, a minor physical problem that slows sexual response may cause anxiety about attaining an erection. Then the anxiety can worsen your erectile dysfunction.
How can erectile dysfunction be detected?
There are certain symptoms that can help us to judge that weather a person is suffering from erectile dysfunction or not. Shortening of penis length and girth
Loss of sexual desire
Weak erection
Loss of self confidence
Weakness in body

Risk factors
A variety of risk factors can contribute to erectile dysfunction. They include:
Getting older: As many as 80 percent of men 75 and older have erectile dysfunction. Many men begin to notice changes in sexual function as they get older. Erections may take longer to develop, may not be as rigid or may take more direct touch to the penis to occur. But erectile dysfunction isn’t an inevitable consequence of normal aging. Erectile dysfunction often occurs in older men mainly because they’re more likely to have underlying health conditions or take medications that interfere with erectile function.
Having a chronic health condition: Diseases of the lungs, liver, kidneys, heart, nerves, arteries or veins can lead to erectile dysfunction. So can endocrine system disorders, particularly diabetes. The accumulation of deposits (plaques) in your arteries (atherosclerosis) also can prevent adequate blood from entering your penis. And in some men, erectile dysfunction may be caused by low levels of testosterone (male hypogonadism).
Taking certain medicationsL A wide range of drugs — including antidepressants, antihistamines and medications to treat high blood pressure, pain and prostate cancer — can cause erectile dysfunction by interfering with nerve impulses or blood flow to the penis. Tranquilizers and sleeping aids also can pose a problem.
Certain surgeries or injuries: Damage to the nerves that control erections can cause erectile dysfunction. This damage can occur if you injure your pelvic area or spinal cord. Surgery to treat bladder, rectal or prostate cancer can increase your risk of erectile dysfunction.
Substance abuse: Chronic use of alcohol, marijuana or other drugs often causes erectile dysfunction and decreased sexual drive.
Stress, anxiety or depression: Other psychological conditions also contribute to some cases of erectile dysfunction.
Smoking: Smoking can cause erectile dysfunction because it restricts blood flow to veins and arteries. Men who smoke cigarettes are much more likely to develop erectile dysfunction.
ObesityMen who are obese are much more likely to have erectile dysfunction than are men at a normal weight.
Metabolic syndrome: This syndrome is characterized by belly fat, unhealthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels, high blood pressure, and insulin resistance.
Prolonged bicycling: Over an extended period, pressure from a bicycle seat has been shown to compress nerves and blood flow to the penis, leading to temporary erectile dysfunction and penile numbness
How can erectile dysfunction be diagnosed?
The amount dysfunction may vary from an individual to an individual. More over the time factor may also be a consolidation factor. Erectile dysfunction may last from few days to months and years. There are three main diagnosing techniques that are applied for diagnosing the impotence or erectile dysfunction.
Physical examination: This is the most primary diagnostic method that is also the preference. In this few methods are judged like the sensitivity of the penis to the sexual arousal or examining the factor that may be caused by any injury to penis or erectile tissue.
History of patient: It is also a very important factor to determine the extent of ED (erectile dysfunction). In this the past sexual behavior and other physical as well as well as medical history is considered. It has been seen that people might suffer from erectile dysfunction due to some chronic ailments like diabetes etc.
Psychological examination: This is also an important factor that is to be considered while diagnosing the erectile dysfunction. In this the psyche of a person is judged and a relation is being established between is ailments and mental sate of mind.
Tests and diagnosis
Your doctor will ask questions about how and when your symptoms developed, what medications you take and any other physical conditions you might have. Your doctor will also want to discuss recent physical or emotional changes. If your doctor suspects that physical causes are involved, he or she will likely want to take blood tests to check your level of male hormones and for other potential medical problems, such as diabetes. Your doctor may also want to try eliminating or replacing certain prescription drugs you’re taking one at a time to see whether any are responsible for erectile dysfunction.
More specialized tests may include
Ultrasound: This test can check blood flow to your penis. It involves using a wand-like device (transducer) held over the blood vessels that supply the penis. The transducer emits sound waves that pass through body tissues and reflect back, producing an image to let your doctor see if your blood flow is impaired. The test often is done before and after injection of medication into the side of the penis to see if there’s an improvement in blood flow.
Neurological evaluation: Your doctor usually assesses possible nerve damage by conducting a physical examination to test for normal touch sensation in your genital area.
Dynamic infusion cavernosometry and cavernosography (DICC): This procedure involves injecting a dye into penile blood vessels to permit your doctor to view any possible abnormalities in blood pressure and flow into and out of your penis. It’s generally done with local anesthesia by a urologist who specializes in erectile dysfunction.
Nocturnal tumescence test: If your doctor suspects that mainly nonphysical causes are to blame, he or she may ask whether you obtain erections during masturbation, with a partner or while you sleep. Most men experience many erections, without remembering them, during sleep. A simple test that involves wrapping a special perforated tape around your penis before going to sleep can confirm whether you have erections while you’re sleeping. If the tape is separated in the morning, your penis was erect at some time during the night. Tests of this type confirm that there is not a physical abnormality causing erectile dysfunction, and that the cause is likely psychological.
Are there any prevention erectile dysfunction?

Avoid unhealthy life style
Do not eat junk food
Avoid masturbation
Prevent daily sexual indulgence
Avoid over usage medicines
Avoid wearing tight underpants and under wears

What diet is recommended for person suffering from erectile dysfunction?
Dairy products are recommended but should be taken in limits
Reduce salt content in your diet
Avoid eating junk food
Eat fruits and vegetables
Avoid eating non-vegetarian food at night
Avoid fatty diet.

Is there any treatment for erectile dysfunction?
Yes, as per herbal treatment two types of treatments are undertaken. One is psychotherapy and other is the medication. Depending upon the cause of erectile dysfunction, the treatment path of the patient is planned and then it is applied on the patient.
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Believe it or not, many men experience problems getting an erection or keeping an erection after he gets an erection. Many men find themselves worried about size, performance and other sex related problems; however, there is no need to be discouraged. There is help available and one of the most powerful aids in your favor is information. It is important that you understand your body, how it works and how you can deal with any erection problems.
What is Erection?
Erection, sometimes called impotence, refers to a man’s consistent inability to get or maintain an erection sufficient to have satisfactory sex. It does not mean a lack of sexual interest or desire or the occasional difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection that affects all men at some time in their life. Normally, an erection occurs when your imagination or one or more senses (vision, hearing, touch, smell, taste) are stimulated and you become aroused. Your central nervous system sends nerve impulses that increase blood flow to your penis. Four requirements for a normal erection are:
A properly functioning nervous system that sends the necessary signals to the penis.
An intact system of blood vessels to allow blood to flow into and out of the penis.
Normal smooth muscle in the penis, which must relax so the penis can fill with blood and enlarge.
The ability to trap the blood in the penis so that it stays firm.

Erectile dysfunction can occur at any age but is more common in older men, who often have additional health problems or who may be taking medications that may interfere with normal erectile function. Treatment of erection problems in older men can be as effective as in younger men. Doctors prefer to use the term erectile dysfunction instead of impotence. A man’s sexual function involves more than an erection, and the term impotence often carries negative implications. For ease of reading, this topic uses the term erection problems to refer to erectile dysfunction. Erection problems can affect your sexual life and your relationship. Discussing the issue with your partner and exploring other forms of intimacy can help improve your relationship and the erection problem.
The anatomy of the penis
Corpora cavernosa: two cylindrical tissues run the length of either side of the penis. Like sponges, they are capable of filling with blood. When the penis is soft, the muscle fibres in the corpora are contracted. Tunica: a tough outer sheath that surrounds the corpora and limits the amount they can expand. As the tunica becomes tight, blood flowing into the penis raises the pressure within it, making it hard. Corpus spongeosum: a third cylinder of tissue between the two corpora. This contains the urethra, through which urine and semen pass out of the body. It thickens towards the tip of the penis to form the helmet-shaped0 glans, which is covered by foreskin in uncircumcised men.
How an erection happens
1. Touch, sights, sounds, erotic memories, fantasies etc, cause sexual excitement.
2. These stimuli increase signal output from a part of the brain called the para-ventricular nucleus.
3. These signals then pass through special autonomic nerves in the spinal cord, the pelvic nerves and the cavernous nerves that run along the prostate gland to reach the corpora cavernosa and the arteries that supply them with blood.
4. In response to these signals, the muscle fibres in the corpora relax, allowing blood to fill the spaces between them.
5. Muscle fibres in the arteries that supply the penis also relax, and there is an eight-fold increase in blood flow to the penis. The increased blood flow expands the corpora, then stretches the surrounding sheath (the tunica).
6. As the tunica stretches, it blocks off the veins that take blood away from the corpora cavernosa. This traps blood within the penis, the pressure becomes very high and the penis becomes erect.
7. During an erection pressure in the penis is at least twice the pressure of blood in the main circulation. This is possible because the muscles of the pelvic floor contract around the base of the corpora cavernosa.
8. At orgasm, the signalling from the brain changes dramatically. There is a sudden increase in noradrenaline production from nerves in the genitalia. This seems to both trigger orgasm and contract the muscle fibres in the corpora cavernosa and their supplying arteries.
9. The pressure within the corpora drops, which also relaxes the tunica and so allows blood to flow out of the penis.
What causes erection problems?
The cause of erection problems may be physical (such as injury to nerves or loss of blood supply to the penis or psychological (such as anxiety or depression. Medications you are taking for other conditions, alcohol consumption, smoking, or illegal drug use also can cause erection problems.
Some of the main causes of ED are mentioned below:
(i) Diabetes mellitus is perhaps the most leading cause of ED observed in men. They are observed in as many as 35 to 50% of diabetic men.
(ii) Other diseases that can cause ED are neurological disorders, cardiovascular disorders, atherosclerosis and multiple sclerosis among others. These diseases along with diabetes mellitus constitute 70% of the total weak erection complaints of the world.
(iii) Addictions such as alcoholism, drug addictions and smoking also cause them. The main reason for these addictions to cause it is that they tamper with the nervous system of the man, thus disallowing the impulses to go freely from the brain to the male organ.
(iv) They can be caused due to a large number of therapeutic drugs that act on the nervous system. This list includes antihistamines, tranquilizers, appetite suppressants, anti-depressants, etc.
(v) Surgeries in the groin area can numb the nerve endings in that region, thus making it unable for impulses to reach the male organ. Prostate cancer surgery and bladder removal surgery are notable in this category.
(vi) One very important cause, though it occupies a low percentage of the total male population with them, is the nervousness before sex. Men who are nervous will not be able to get an erection.
(vii) Age also plays a very important factor. As the age advances beyond 40, there is decrease in the hardness of the penis during erection; and by the age of sixty five years, most men cannot get an erection at all.
(viii) Hormonal imbalances can also cause ED. The absence or deficiency of the male secondary sex characteristic hormone, testosterone, will disable the man from getting substantial erections.

What are the symptoms?
The only symptom of an erection problem is the inability to have or maintain an erection that is firm enough to consistently have sexual intercourse. This inability may or may not be related to sexual interest or the ability to have an orgasm and to ejaculate. Research the causes of these related symptoms that are similar to, or related to, the symptom Erection symptoms:
Erectile disorders
Penis symptoms
Sexual symptoms
Kidney disease
Liver disease
Hormonal abnormalities
Testosterone deficiency
Testicle disorder
Pituitary disorder
How are erection problems diagnosed?
A health professional can diagnose an erection problem using a medical and sexual history and a physical examination. Your health professional will want to know whether the erection problem occurs all the time or occasionally. The initial exam, laboratory tests, and possibly psychological tests can help determine whether the problem is physical, psychological, or a combination of the two.
Can I prevent erection problems?
To reduce your risk of developing an erection problem, avoid smoking, drinking too much alcohol, and using illegal drugs. Because erection difficulties are most often caused by a physical problem, maintaining good health through diet and exercise is very important. A relaxed approach to lovemaking and good communication with your partner can help prevent erection problems caused by psychological factors.

Living With Weak Erection
You need to talk to your partner and also study material on weak erection. You should discussing and asking questions from your medical consultants. If possible you can meet community health researcher for possible advice and prescriptions for appropriate treatments. Research confirms that weak erection is not disease to be hopeless in life. There is hope to lives with Weak Erection.
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Although women have the chance to get pregnant only once a month (when they ovulate), men seem to have the ability to fertilize an egg at any time. However, the production of sperm is not a simple one. In fact, it takes about 74 days for sperm to be produced and readied for ejaculation. It is important to understand just how the male reproductive system works in order to fully appreciate just how difficult it is for a child to be conceived.
Composed of the same material that ovaries are formed from, a man’s testicles originally develop in his abdomen. About two months before his birth, though, the two testes descend from the abdomen into the scrotum, which acts as a support sac to the testicles. The main function of testicles is two-fold: they are responsible for producing sperm as well as the hormone testosterone. The testicles are made up of seminiferous tubules (hundreds of tiny tubes), Leydig cells (which is where testosterone is produced), and Sertoli cells (which are responsible for nurturing immature sperm cells).
Because the testicles need to remain about 1°C cooler than normal body temperature, the scrotum helps to regulate the temperature of the testes. When exposed to cold air, the scrotum contracts to keep the testes warm but hangs lower when it is hot outside.
Found at the top of the testes, the epididymus is a set of tightly coiled tubes. How tightly coiled? Well, if you stretched it out, the epididymus would reach 20 feet long. The epididymus acts as a temporary storing place for sperm as they continue to mature. It is within these tubes that sperm gain the ability to move.
Vas deferens
This long tube extends from the epididymus in the testicle, up, over the bladder and finally ending at the seminal vesicles. The vas deferens acts as both a passageway for the sperm as they exit the body and as another storing place as the sperm wait to be ejaculated.

Seminal vesicles
These two pouch-like sacs are found behind the bladder. The seminal vesicles add an alkaline fluid that makes up 30% of the total semen volume. This secretion helps give the sperm energy, thereby giving their motility a boost.
Prostate gland
This gland sits just below the bladder and contributes about 60% of the total semen volume. This alkaline secretion is similar to the fluid produced in the seminal vesicles and is necessary to the sperms’ survival by helping neutralize the naturally occurring acids in the urethra and the vagina.

Cowper’s glands
Positioned just below the prostate, these are two small glands that produce about 5% of the alkaline secretions that make up semen.
Ejaculatory ducts
These are two short ducts that connect the prostate gland to the urethra. The joining of the two vas deferens makes up the ejaculatory ducts.
Used as the final passageway for both semen and urine, this tube starts at the bladder, goes through the prostate and extends to the tip of the penis. When a man climaxes, the prostate closes off the bladder to prevent any urine from joining the semen.
The method of delivery for sperm, this organ is made up of veins, arteries and spongy tissue. When a man becomes sexually aroused, the arteries dilate allowing the tissue to become engorged with blood. This causes the penis to stiffen and become erect.
The Hormones
Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GnRH): Originating in the hypothalamus in the brain, GnRH is responsible for signaling the pituitary gland to start production of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and lutenizing hormone (LH).
Subject Characteristics
FSH: This hormone is responsible for stimulating and maintaining sperm production.
LH: This hormone is responsible for getting the production of testosterone started.
Testosterone: Produced in the Leydig cells in the testes, this hormone helps with sperm production but it is mainly responsible for male maturation (the deepening of the voice, sex drive, growth and development of the sex organs).
Making It All Work
At birth, males have simple round cells contained within their seminiferous tubules. This is the most primitive form of sperm. During puberty, stimulation by testosterone and other hormones cause the cells to divide, thereby beginning the maturation process of sperm. The sperm cells will divide and mature until they begin to resemble tadpoles, with an oval head and long, thin tail. Contained within the sperm head is all of the genetic information that a man contributes to his child. The tail is used to propel the sperm along its journey. Once the sperm has developed its head and tail, it is shuttled along to the epididymus. Here it will enjoy a three-week stay by the end of which it will have gained the ability to move. Next, the sperm move through the vas deferens to the seminal vesicles where they stay until they are ejaculated. All along this trip, the sperm will be provided with fructose, a type of sugar, to give it energy as it travels along. During ejaculation, fluid from the prostate, seminal vesicles, and Cowper’s gland combine with the sperm to make semen. This will be expelled from the body during orgasm. For fertilization of the female egg to occur, it is necessary to ejaculate inside the vagina. Anywhere from 250 million to 1 billion sperm are produced and ejaculated at one time in a healthy male. However, only about 200 of these will actually make it up through the vagina, cervix and uterus and into the correct fallopian tube. From this drastically reduced group, only one sperm will actually be able to fuse together with the egg to create a child. In total, it takes a few days for sperm to make the trip through the female reproductive system to the egg.

Premature ejaculation (PE) refers to the persistent or recurrent discharge of semen with minimal sexual stimulation before, on, or shortly after penetration, before the person wishes it, and earlier than he expects it. In making the diagnosis of PE, the clinician must take into account factors that affect the length of time that the man feels sexually excited. These factors include the age of the patient and his partner, the newness of the sexual partner, and the location and recent frequency of sexual activity.Premature ejaculation is the most common sexual problem facing men today. The condition is most often described as being an inability to delay ejaculation to a point when it is mutually desirable for both partners. In short, it is when a man orgasms before he wishes to do so.

Experts are still trying to determine exactly what causes premature ejaculation. While it was once thought to be only psychological, we now know premature ejaculation is more complicated and involves a complex interaction of both psychological and biological factors.
Psychological causes:
Some doctors believe that early sexual experiences may establish a pattern that can be difficult to change later in life such as:
Situations in which you may have hurried to reach climax in order to avoid being discovered.
Guilty feelings that increase your tendency to rush through sexual encounters.
Other factors that can play a role in causing premature ejaculation include:
Erectile dysfunction. Men who are anxious about obtaining or maintaining their erection during sexual intercourse may form a pattern of rushing to ejaculate which can be difficult to change.
Anxiety. Many men with premature ejaculation also have problems with anxiety either specifically about sexual performance, or caused by other issues.
Biological causes:
Experts believe a number of biological factors may contribute to premature ejaculation, including:
Abnormal hormone levels.
Abnormal levels of brain chemicals called neurotransmitters.
Abnormal reflex activity of the ejaculatory system.
Certain thyroid problems.
Inflammation and infection of the prostate or urethra.
Inherited traits.
Rarely, premature ejaculation is caused by:
Nervous system damage resulting from surgery or trauma.
Withdrawal from narcotics or a drug called trifluoperazine (Stelazine), used to treat anxiety and other mental health problems.
Although both biological and psychological factors likely play a role in most cases of premature ejaculation, experts think a primarily biological cause is more likely if it has been a lifelong problem (primary premature ejaculation).

What are the effects of premature ejaculation?
The negative effects of premature ejaculation will vary depending on the individual, but an un-fulfilling sex life can put a tremendous burden on a relationship with your partner. Premature ejaculation diminishes your sexual self-confidence, causing you to become an even worse lover in the process. Furthermore, an disappointing sexual relationship may force your partner to seek sexual fulfillment elsewhere. Cheating, extra-marital affairs, break-ups or even divorces – often stem from an un-fulfilling sex life.
A good sex life is very important!
A satisfying and equally gratifying sexual relationship is important for any healthy, sexually active couple. Premature ejaculation can greatly impact relationships on both a physical and an emotional level, leading to dissatisfaction, disappointment and other problems. These adverse effects of premature ejaculation can be temporary, or they may lead to painful, long-term problems.
What are the Symptoms of premature ejaculation?
In PE, ejaculation occurs earlier than the patient and/or the couple would like, thus preventing full satisfaction from intercourse, especially on the part of the sexual partner, who frequently fails to attain orgasm. PE is almost invariably accompanied by marked emotional upset and interpersonal difficulties that may add frustration to an already tense situation, which makes the loss of sexual fulfillment even worse. It is also important to differentiate male orgasm from ejaculation. Some men are able to distinguish between the two events and enjoy the pleasurable sensations associated with orgasm apart from the emission of semen, which usually ends the moment of orgasm. In these cases, the partner is capable of achieving orgasm and sexual satisfaction.
What can be done to prevent premature ejaculation?
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Final Thoughts.
Premature ejaculation is a very common and a very serious problem for men. Virtually all men will experience premature ejaculation at some point during their lives, and for many it will remain an ongoing problem. But luckily, there is something you can do about it. As I have found, you can safely and naturally stop premature ejaculation forever with a little help. With the right combination of quality products, you will find that premature ejaculation can be quickly and easily cured. I can tell you that all of the products and sites listed above have provided excellent results for both myself and my readers.
The physical examination of a patient who is having problems with PE usually results in normal findings. Abnormal findings are unusual. The best source of information for diagnosing the nature of the problem is the patient’s sexual history. On taking the patient’s history, the clinician should concentrate on the sexual history, making sure that both partners have adequate and accurate sexual information. Ideally, the sexual partner should participate in the history and is often able to contribute valuable information that the patient himself may be unaware of or unwilling to relate. The female partner should also be examined by a gynecologist in order to ascertain her sexual capabilities and to eliminate the possibility that the size or structure of her genitals is part of the reason for the male’s premature ejaculation.
Risks Factors
Various factors can increase your risk of premature ejaculation, including:
You may be at increased risk of premature ejaculation if you occasionally or consistently have trouble getting or maintaining an erection. Fear of losing your erection may cause you to rush through sexual encounters. As many as one in three men with premature ejaculation also have trouble maintaining an erection.
Health problems.
If you have a medical concern that causes you to feel anxious during sex, such as a heart problem, you may have an increased likelihood of hurrying to ejaculate.
Emotional or mental strain in any area of your life can play a role in premature ejaculation, often limiting your ability to relax and focus during sexual encounters.

Certain medications.
Rarely, drugs that influence the action of chemical messengers in the brain (psychotropics) may cause premature ejaculation.
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Infertility is defined as a couple’s inability to become pregnant after one year of regular unprotected sex. Male infertility means the male is unable to impregnate the female because of male factors. Approximately 15% of couples attempting their first pregnancy meet with failure. Most authorities define these patients as primarily infertile if they have been unable to achieve a pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse. Conception normally is achieved within twelve months in 80-85% of couples who use no contraceptive measures, and persons presenting after this time should therefore be regarded as possibly infertile and should be evaluated. Data available over the past twenty years reveal that in approximately 30% of cases pathology is found in the man alone, and in another 20% both the man and woman are abnormal. Therefore, the male factor is at least partly responsible in about 50% of infertile couples.
The most common causes of male infertility:
Varicocele: is a dilation (enlargement) of the veins along the spermatic cord (vas deferens) in the scrotum. It is caused by incompetent or inadequate valves within the veins along the spermatic cord. The abnormal valves obstruct normal blood flow causing a backup of blood, resulting in dilation of the veins. This condition is the most common reversible cause of male factor infertility.
Abnormalities in the seminal fluid: If the seminal fluid is very thick it may be difficult for the sperm to move through it and into the woman’s reproductive tract. Often the semen can be processed to separate the moving sperm from the surrounding debris, dead sperm and seminal fluid. The processed sperm is usually placed directly inside the uterus with a small tube (catheter). This is called intrauterine insemination (IUI).
Oligospermia (Low sperm count) Most cases of male infertility are due to low sperm count. The normal range of sperm count is between 20 million/ml and 200 million/ml. That sperm count is below 20 million/ml indicates oligospermia. There are many biologic and environmental factors that can lead to low sperm count. For instance, abnormalities in production or obstruction of the tubes that carry sperm can reduce sperm levels.
Necrospermia (Dead sperm) is a condition in which sperm are produced and found in the semen but are not alive and are unable to fertilize eggs. That over 40% sperms are dead in the semen analysis indicates necrospermia.
Azoospermia(Lack of sperm)is the complete absence of sperm in the semen. The diagnosis of azoospermia is sometimes still made even though as many as 500,000 sperm per ml of semen may have been seen because it is extremely unlikely that the man will be able to father a child naturally.
Positive anti-sperm antibody There is much scientific evidence that sperm antibodies in males and females cause infertility. Sperm antibodies are chemical substances in the semen, cervical mucus, blood and other body fluids that neutralize the purpose of sperm. which is to fertilize an egg.

Symptoms of Male infertility:
Male infertility occurs when the man’s partner does not conceive after one year of attempting to become pregnant. Other signs and symptoms depend on the underlying cause of the man’s infertility.irritability. Patient may also feel drowsiness. A rapid, deep breathing, known as “kussmaul breathing” may also be noted. There may be smell of acetone in the patient’s breath (a sign of ketoacidosis), a severely dangerous condition. Fluctuations in blood glucose levels can lead to altered vision. In them prolonged high blood glucose causes changes in the shape of the lens in the eye, leading to blurred vision. So regular visit to ophalmologist is necessary. All unexplained quick changes in eyesight should force as fasting blood glucose test. There are nowadays quick inexpensive and can be safely performed. Some untreated diabetes patients also complain of Nausea and vomiting.

Obviously, penises come in all kind of combinations of length versus girth. This leads us to the final and most important point: where do you fit on the scale of women’s preference? What does she think about your penis? For the vast majority of women a man’s penis will fall in one of the following categories (applying the previous definitions of small, big etc. for length and girth):
Ideal (perfect)
Very satisfying but not ideal
Not Satisfying
Too small in length and girth, or too big in length and girth or any odd combination of small and big
Penis Size Preference Chart (updated!)
The Penis Size preference Chart is a graph showing virtually all the possible combinations of penis length and penis girth in ¼ inch intervals. For each combination it lists the matching grade of women’s preference (A to E), stating its ability to satisfy the average woman. To use the chart just locate your penis length and circumference (girth) along the axis. Where both meet you will find your penis grade. You can also view this chart in its metric version (using centimeters).
Note: The penis size chart has been updated to incorporate the opinions of the enormous amount of women that have sent comments to this site and to me personally.
Examples (Extrapolated from the Above Chart)
At 5½ inches long by 7 inches around you will be enjoyable (too short but very thick) = D.
At 8 inches long by 5 inches around you are again enjoyable but not satisfying (big in length but on the small side for girth) = D.
At 7½ inches long by 6 inches around you are very satisfying but not ideal (big in length but just over average in girth) = B.
At 6 long by 5½ around you are on the borderline of being enjoyable and satisfying. Many girls might not be satisfied. It is a borderline C.
At 5 inches long by 4½ around you are classified E: not satisfying
At 11½ inches long by 9 around you will get an E from most women for being simply oversized!
Note: Let it be clear that the majority of men will fall in the lower-left D and C brackets. Grade-A penises are probably occurring in less than 10% of men. Never lose out of sight that having an ideal penis alone is not what most women will look for. The vast majority will prefer a nice decent looking man with a grade B or C penis (and some cash!) above a bum with a grade A penis. But let’s say someone has a borderline C graded penis as in the example above. Chances are the average girl is ok with this. She might even tell him that his penis is perfect. After all, there are many men with smaller penises than that, in length as well as in girth. But if she could choose between him and an exact clone of his (same character etc.) except with a grade B penis as in the above example, who do you really think she will choose? Deep in her heart, no normal girl will choose for the smaller guy. More about this later on.
Ugly Penis – Pretty Penis: What about penis “looks”?
The degrees in the above chart rate only the size aspect of a penis. Another rating could be established for the pure esthetical aspect, making things more complicated. A penis can be rated A for size but can be very ugly to look at for a woman. Or it can get a C for size and very pretty for the girl.



Women say looks are determined by looks of whole package:
The proportions, i.e. the size of the testicles versus the penis
The way it hangs when flaccid and stands when erect
The curve of the penis
The penis shape
The color, texture and evenness of the skin
The penis’ muscularity (veins)
The way the testicles are attached to the penis
The way the whole thing is attached to your body
Seriously overweight guys tend to get automatically less points in this department. Uncircumcised penises are usually considered less attractive, especially when the foreskin extends past the end of the penis. In addition, many women claim that long thick pubic hair makes a penis less attractive and say that guys should trim it a bit. As a man it is hard to see how trimming could make a difference to the charisma of your genitals. Rather than trying to understand why, just consider that most men also prefer their woman nicely trimmed or even completely shaven around the vagina, so that probably explains their point of view.85 Penis Size “Facts” After all this, you must be more than ready for the penis size “facts”. Note: When it says “men” or “women” then that is what it says, otherwise it would say “all men” or “all women”. So think about this before making a comment. There are exceptions to everything in life… Enjoy!
85 Penis Size “Facts
If you are a woman and you don’t prefer bigger than average penises, then you are… an exception. Women prefer bigger penises more than men prefer bigger breasts. The average penis measures 6 to 7 inch long and 5 to 5 ½ inch in circumference (about 1 ¾ inch wide). When you think you have a small penis, you are generally right. Shorter and thinner than average flaccid penises are averagely shorter and thinner when erect than average erect penises. (Does that make any sense?) Penis size is not just a locker room issue. Women care about the size of flaccid penises. Women love touching and looking at big flaccid penises. Women love touching and looking at big erect penises. Women love giving oral sex to big penises, if they are able to of course. Big penises cause more vaginal pleasure for women. What about this: Twenty percent of all women stay with a man for his big penis… forty percent stay with a man for his money… forty percent stay with a man because of who he is… …eighty percent would like their partner to have a bigger penis! …eighty percent of women don’t orgasm from intercourse alone! …eighty percent of men have an average or small penis! If your penis slips out often during intercourse, you probably have a small penis. Women find small penises frustrating. Women find small penises annoying. Women find small penises boring. Women find small penises embarrassing. Women look for bulge when meeting men. Women look up to men with big penises. Women find big penises impressive. Women consider men with big penises more masculine. Men with big penises are more self secure. Women prefer men who are self secure. Most women consider men with a big penis a sex object. Most men don’t mind to be considered a sex object by women. Women pretend they want a sensual and sensitive man no matter his size. Women know they want a macho and masculine man with big penis size. Women want to sleep at least once in their life with a man with a very big penis. Men with bigger penises date more women than men with smaller penises. Men with a big penis have more chance to have sex with two or more women at the same time. Women brag to other women if their partner has a big penis. Women have more patience when it comes to well hung guys. Men with a big penis get dumped less by their girlfriend than men with a small penis. Most women are sexually very active with different partners b/w age of 17 and 21. Most women have had many more sexual partners than they are telling you. Consequently, the probability that a man’s new date has seen a bigger penis than his is very high. If a woman doesn’t make a comment about a man’s penis it means she is not impressed, …or worse. Women make favorable comments when they discover their new mate has big penis. If you haven’t heard any great comments about your penis size when having sex the first time with a woman, you don’t have a big penis. If you have never heard a complaint about your penis being too small, it might be because the complaint was muted while pronounced. Asking a woman if she thinks your penis is big is useless. If a woman tells you your penis is nice, it means usually it is rather small. If a woman tells you your penis is big, it means usually it is plain average. If a woman tells you your penis is so huuuuge, it usually means it is just big. If a woman lowers your pants, utters a shriek, takes off her clothes and hugs your penis, it usually means you are too big. However, if a woman lowers your pants, utters a shriek, puts her clothes back on and leaves, it usually means you are too small. Women don’t tell you that you are average. They will tell you that you are big, the rest is small and very few are humongous. If your girlfriend’s previous lover was above average thick, she will not feel you inside if you are below average thick. If your girlfriend’s previous lover was way above average thick, she will not feel you inside if you are average thick. Most vaginas prefer thick penises. Most penises prefer tight vaginas. If your woman purposely squeezes her vagina very tight during intercourse, she wants to make you feel big.


Women have to strain themselves to get off on a thinner than average penis. Men with a short penis have to work harder to give pleasure to a woman. Men with a long penis have to work less hard during intercourse. Men with a long penis have more fun during intercourse. Men with a long penis cause more fun during intercourse. Men with a long and thick penis cause the most fun during intercourse. Women consider a penis between 7 and 8 inch in length and between 6 and 6 1/2 inch girth ideal. Women whose partner is smaller than average, wish sometimes he would wear a big strap-on. A big strap-on causes less pleasure than a real penis of the same size. Women whose partner is larger than average never think of him wearing a strap-on. Men with small penises masturbate more often. Over-masturbating causes your penis to shrink by eventually depleting your sexual energy. Men with small penises are getting masturbated more often than getting laid. Not using your penis by getting laid might cause it to shrink as well. If a woman publicly says that size doesn’t matter, it is often because she is with a small penis guy. Women who believe size is a non-issue tend to be more spiritual than sexual. Women who believe size is a non-issue tend to be more insecure and are looking for long-term relations. Women who believe size is a non-issue care less about sex to begin with. Women who believe size is a non-issue usually want flowers, candies and long walks under the moonlight instead of wild sex. Women who believe size is a non-issue only want to make love. Normal women want to make love on some days and have sex on the other ones. Making love is spiritual…, having sex is physical attraction, size and technique. Technique as smaller endowed men. If a smaller endowed man has great technique, it might be because he doesn’t have much choice. Most women who always prefer receiving oral sex to penetration, do so because of either mental or physical causes. In general, women prefer vaginal penetration above oral stimulation. The main reason some women feel pain from penetration by a large penis is that the guy rushes without waiting for the vagina to be expanded. Other reasons a woman can feel pain from penetration by a large penis is that she is not relaxed enough or that the guy has bad technique.
Awareness of Penis Girth
All 10 objects are inserted neutral six inches deep, one after other, in random order. Upon insertion of each object, the woman is asked: to compare its girth to the previously inserted object (is it thicker or thinner) to estimate its circumference. To indicate circumference she will refer to cone shaped object by holding it on corresponding circumference between thumb & index finger. Notate her response and compare it to the actual girth of the inserted object.
Awareness of Penis Length
Use only object E (which has a medium circumference of 5.5 inch). Set the adjuster at maximum length (12″). Insert the object at different lengths. Upon each penetration the woman is asked: to compare its length to the previous penetration (is it longer or shorter) to estimate the inserted length. To indicate this length she will use her hands by holding them apart at the corresponding distance. Notate her response. Measure and notate the distance she indicates with her hands. Compare it to the actual penetration depth of the inserted object. Vaginal sexual response due to penis width Choose three objects with different girths. For each object set the adjuster at six inches penetration depth. Use objects in random order. Each object is inserted and then moved in an identical (“neutral”) back and forth motion to stimulate the vagina. Notate the woman’s reactions and eventual comments. Notate the elapsed time at point of orgasm. Vaginal sexual response due to penis length Choose the object with her preferred girth. Set the adjuster at four inches penetration depth. The object is inserted and then moved in an identical (“neutral”) back and forth motion to stimulate the vagina. During each forward motion the object is completely inserted as far as the adjuster allows. Notate the woman’s reactions and eventual comments. Notate the elapsed time at point of orgasm. Repeat this procedure several times with the adjuster set at different penetration depths.

Ideally such tests to study the vaginal sexual response of women should be done with the use of strategically placed devices (electrodes) that register the activity of the PubococCygeus (PC) muscles and uterine muscles. The problem however is that such devices wouldn’t stay in place during the test because of the thrusting motion. The procedures laid out above are not definitive and can probably be improved. If you have any suggestions or comments about this test (or about any other penis size related things), use this page.

The concern with penis size is common amidst men. Such anxiety can occur in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood. Boys often compare the size of their penis to the others. Jokes and jesting arise from such comparisons. However, the situation changes when sexual activity begins. Many men, despite having a penis of normal size, find it small for a number of reasons: The others’ penises are bigger. This situation is quite common and often lacks medical basis. The patients complain about the length of their organ even with normal erection and vaginal penetration. Obese patients complain about having a short penis. This situation stems from the embedment of the penis into the fat on the pubis, which makes the organ looks small. Tall stature and non-proportional penis. Although there’s some correlation between the patient’s stature and his penis size, a wide range of lengths is found. Short men may have bigger penises than tall men, and vice-versa. Penis flaccidity and erection. By and large, patients are most concerned with the size of their penis in flaccid state, when usually they compare their penis size with other men’s. Many don’t know the length of their erect penis or how many additional inches are added. What many men forget is that size must be accompanied by an effective erection that ensures vaginal penetration.
What’s a normal penis?
Disregarding the anatomical aspects of normality, a flaccid penis is as long as 5 cm (1.97 inches) to 10 cm (3.94 inches). The size in flaccid state doesn’t determine the size during erection. The measure is taken from the point where the penis meets the body (not the skin) to the glans end. If we stretch it manually, the penis will gain from 2 cm (0.78 inches) to 5 cm (1.97 inches). Master and Johnson (1966) observed that an erect penis measures from 12.5 (4.92 inches) to 17.5 cm (6.89 inches). A newly born baby has an average length of 3.75 cm (1.47 inches).
What’s an abnormal penis?
There’s no universally accepted definition. A flaccid penis shorter than 4 cm (1.57 inches) or an erect penis shorter than 7.5 cm (2.95 inches) must be considered small. Nevertheless, we find patients close to these values who present a good erection and no complaints in their sexual relationship.



What are the causes of small penis?
Hormonal causes stemming from testicle or hypophysis dysfunction may interfere with the development of the penis as well as the entire male genitalia. Amidst these cases we may find disorders ranging from micropenis to ambiguous genitalia. The penis may remain small as a consequence of traumas, burns or acquired diseases (Peyronie’s disease). Usually, these causes are rare. Most frequently, the patient is not satisfied with his penis size, even if the physician finds no anomaly.
Unfortunately, many unethical professionals take advantage of the patients’ anxiety and doubts, indicating, without any criteria whatsoever, treatments whose main goal is to take the patient’s money rather than providing scientific guidance. Patients with doubts about their penis size must look for a qualified professional that will evaluate the situation, possibly entailing some multi-disciplinary advice from a sexologist or psychologist.
Its size 4 Reasons Why A Short Penis Is Bad For You – and How To Make It Longer
1. A short penis visually unexciting
Imagine you are dating the girl of your dream and this is the first night you are making out. You start fine with some nice foreplays and then it is time to reveal all. When you take it out, you can’t help but notice the disappointment in her eyes. What an anti -climax! A small penis is not only visually unexciting, it can be a turn off too.
2. A short penis cannot reach her G spot
If you don’t already know, a girl’s most sensitive part (where she derive the most pleasure) is the G-spot. This is the sweet spot that is located deep under the roof of her love canal. Often stimulation of the G-spot can bring a woman to orgasm. A short penis can never do that in a million years. If you can’t really please your partner, you can be sure others will do the job for you.
3. A short penis can cause a lack of sensation for you and your partner
The nerves of pleasure are all over the penis surface. If you have a short and small penis, then this means that the number of nerves will be proportionately smaller as well. Thus you will not fully enjoy the sexual sensations that a longer penis can give you. This will also affect your partner’s pleasure.
4. A short penis can lead to a loss of self esteem
Believe or not, most men want their penises to be huge. Everyone wants to be “well hung”, like a horse. Why? Because a bigger member means more power, more ego, more everything. On the flip side, a small or short penis can lead to a loss of self esteem in a man as he may feel inadequate and not up to the mark. The above are just 4 reasons why a small and short penis is no good for you – no can do! But you don’t have to live with a small manhood if you are not satisfied with the status quo. There are ways to right the wrong that nature has done to you.
Remedies to Get Rid of a Small or Short Penis
1. You can start doing penis enlarging exercises (or Jelqing)
This is an ancient practice that involves pulling and stretching the penis to encourage penis growth. Although not scientifically proven, if done correctly, Jelqing can help you get a bigger and longer penis. There is ample evidence found on public forums where thousands of guys share their success stories (and some failures as expected).
2. You can enlarge your penis size by using penis enlargement stretchers
This is a scientifically proven method endorsed by medical doctors. The penis stretching device works on the principle of traction used in orthopedic surgeries where limbs are repaired and lengthened. You simply wear the device over the length of your penis for a period of time and let it work. The stretching force will encourage penis tissue growth and therefore a permanently bigger penis. So there you have it. There are ways to get rid of a small or short penis. Do something about that small penis and live the life you really want to live.
Small Penis Syndrome A Big Problem?
Does size matter? It does to men, according to this month’s BJU International, which contains a review of over sixty years worth of research into penile size and small penis syndrome. The researchers, Dr Kevan Wylie from Royal Hallamshire Hospital, UK, and Mr Ian Eardley from St James’ Hospital, UK, found that men can experience real anxiety – even if they are of average size. And while men often have greater confidence if they have a large penis, women don’t necessarily feel that bigger is better, citing looks and personality as more important than penis size. Drawing together the results of 12 studies that measured the penises of more than 11,000 men, the researchers established that average erect penises ranged from 14-16cms (5.5 to 6.2 inches) in length and 12-13cm (4.7 to 5.1 inches) in girth. They noted that there was little evidence of racial differences influencing size, although one Korean study recorded smaller than average-sized penises. The researchers, however, questioned the accuracy of this study and suggested further investigation was required. Dr Wylie says the review will provide doctors and other health professionals with an accurate summary of the many studies that have been carried out in the past into penile size and size-related syndrome. “It is very common for men to worry about the size of their penis and it is important that these concerns aren’t dismissed as this can heighten concerns and anxieties,” he explained. “It is helpful to normalize the situation and provide as much accurate information as possible, as many men either lack any information or have been misinformed.” Key findings of the review included: A survey taking in 50,000 heterosexual men and women found that while 85 percent of the women were satisfied with their partner’s penile size, only 55 percent of the men were satisfied. Factors that make a male attractive to a woman were numerous, but penile size was not the most important factor for women. Several studies indicated that around 90 percent of women prefer a wide penis to a long one. Somewhat counter-intuitively, small penis syndrome is much more common in men with average-sized penises than those men suffering from micropenis. Men afflicted by small penis syndrome typically cite childhood comparisons and erotic imagery as the main contributing factors to their anxiety. Interestingly, on average, homosexual men had larger penises than heterosexual men. The researchers suggest that exposure to male reproductive hormones in the womb may be one explanation for this disparity. Techniques used by men to enhance the size of their penis were also covered in the review. The Topinama men of Brazil practice what is perhaps the most bizarre method, encouraging poisonous snakes to bite their penises to enlarge them. The researchers said that evidence for the effectiveness of more popular (but mundane) enlargement methods – such as jelqing exercises and traction devices – was limited, but they noted that patients may experience psychological benefits from their use. They authors are, however, very cautious when it comes to treating a psychological condition like small penis syndrome with gadgets or surgery. “There is poorly documented evidence to support the use of penile extenders, and while information is starting to emerge on the success of some surgical techniques, this is not backed up by data on patients’ satisfaction with such procedures,” stressed Dr Wylie. In summary, the researchers said that small penis syndrome should be approached via a thorough urological, psychosexual, psychological and psychiatric assessment. “Conservative approaches to therapy, based on education and self-awareness, as well as short-term structured psychotherapies, are often successful,” they concluded.

Well, your penis is divided into three chambers which are made of a spongy tissue. This tissue absorbs blood as it rushes to the penis, creating an erection. If you can perform the right exercises, these three chambers will gradually expand and eventually be able to hold more blood. This creates a larger Penis! The key to growing the penis is to stretch and create tension to the erectile tissues, which makes up the majority of the penis in mass, being the corpus cavernous. This stretch or expansion can take place with certain tools for the flaccid, semi-flaccid, or erect state. No matter who you are, it WILL work for you. Tension and force will make your erectile tissues grow because it has no choice but to respond. Even if gains are slow, you’ll make them. It takes about a day before a new cell is permanently created and established inside your penis. However, just because permanent size gains are made, it does not mean that they are immediately noticeable to the human eye. You must be patient. It will take a few weeks before these accumulated permanent results are noticed. When you first engage in penis enlargement your flaccid size will increase rapidly for about the first 2 inches. At this same stage you will gain roughly 1 inch in erect size. So, in the beginning you’ll gain 2 inches in the flaccid state and 1 inch in the erect state. This is what happens on average. Firstly, read through this manual carefully and make sure you understand each exercise. Once you’ve found the techniques that you’re comfortable using, stick with them. Here are a few tips before you get started.
FLACCID: Get a ruler and place it over your penis. Then Push the ruler back into your abdomen as far as it will go. Hold your limp penis along the ruler and measure to the tip of the head.
ERECT: While standing, gently angle your erect penis until is is parallel to the floor. Press the ruler against your pubic bone (just above the base of the penis) and measure from top to tip. It may be easier to measure by standing with your knees locked and grabbing the penis from the bottom, just behind the head on either side. Press ruler against your pubic bone, and measure on top of penis as you pull it out as far as you can. Try moving your pelvis or changing the angle to see what variations can occur during this type of measurement. Once you’ve figured out how to measure to get the same result as your erect length, you will find that this measurement is easier and more convenient than measuring your actual erection.
GIRTH: With a piece of string or cloth measuring tape, measure the circumference of your erect penis at mid-shaft.
CUT YOUR PUBIC HAIR: Not only does this make your penis look bigger, but it helps when you’re doing some of these exercises. When stretching, pulling and “milking” your penis, you don’t want to be pulling your hairs out!
EAT HEALTHY AND TAKE VITAMINS: In order to eliminate any possibility of slow growth, make sure you’re getting an ample amount of nutrients. The proper levels of minerals, amino acids, and vitamins DO have an effect on the workout process. Also, drink lots of water! See our list of recommended vitamins and herbs.
MOST IMPORTANTLY, HAVE A GOOD STATE OF MIND: Your mentality has a lot to do with the growth of your penis. If you don’t believe that enlargement will work, it’s very likely that your subconscious will make it more difficult to physically grow the penis. A positive attitude is essential. As we’ve said, these exercises demand COMPLETE 100% devotion. You MUST perform them 5 DAYS A WEEK. If at any time, though, you begin to feel discomfort or pain, take a little time off. You only want to enlarge your penis, not hurt it. Remember, by applying tension, pulling, pressure, stretching, or expansion to a penis you are creating a force which will spit the cells in the penis. You want to be sure to split the cell and break it down just enough to ensure structural balance on a SAFE level as to allow for the normal healing processes. By forcing the division of too many cells, because of too much pressure, you are creating ugly healing which will create a distorted penis, possibly with no rate of gains. So again we stress…
If performed correctly and routinely, you will soon begin to see the results you hope for. Within the first few weeks or so, your penis will actually start looking LONGER AND THICKER. That should be all the encouragement you need to keep up with your daily exercises!
When performing the jelling exercise, you will need to apply lubricant on your penis. Do NOT use soap or shampoo! These can irritate the skin when applied vigorously and for long periods. It can also dry out the skin severely, causing it to crack and peel for a few days. Furthermore, it can sting if it gets into the hole (the urethral opening) at the end of your penis. Vaseline (Petroleum jelly) works, but.. be forewarned.. it’s greasy and makes a mess. Another downside is that Vaseline is so thick, it may not allow you to move your hand as fast as you’d like. Baby Oil also works, but it is also very messy and leaves stains. One of your best bets is using Vaseline Intensive Care. It cleans up fairly easily, is slippery, it lasts long, and lets you go as fast as you want when performing the exercises.
Safety while Exercising
Be aware of when and when not to engage in penis enlargement. You should consult a urologist if you have a disease which may alter blood circulation, oxygenation, and regeneration of tissues which exists under the conditions of advanced diabetes, respiratory instability, and cirrhosis. As you’re doing your workout, here are some symptoms to be aware of: Blisters are a result of too much pressure on the penis for a prolonged period of time. You want pressure, but don’t overdo it! Red sores are a result of too much stretch. In order to avoid this, hold off on your exercises until the blisters have disappeared. Nerve inflammation is caused by using excessive weight, too often, for a long period. This will distort the nerves within the penis and cause them too swell. If the swelling continues, then atrophy may occur. This could result in the inability to maintain an erection. “Fuzzy skin” is a result of tissue abuse. When you touch this affected area you can actually feel its fuzziness because it’s directly external. This is the partially dead tissue covering your penis. This can happen when too much tension is applied. Red sores sometimes accompany fuzzy skin. That being said, the exercises we’re about to discuss are all healthy natural ways to produce penis growth. Just use good sense when performing them. We offer a recommended Daily Workout which should be performed 5 days a week, but if at any time you begin to feel real pain or discomfort, ease up! Hot Towel Warm-up You should begin your daily workout with this procedure. This is not really an exercise, but a prerequisite. What the “hot towel warm-up” does, is draws blood to the area of your penis, increasing the blood flow and making the skin slightly elastic. This also ensures a good grip for the exercises you will be performing. Soak a washcloth in warm-to-hot water, then wring out. Take the cloth and wrap it around the shaft of your penis (either flaccid or erect). Hold it there a minute, then repeat a couple of times. Dry off your penis well.
Stretching Exercises
After the Hot Towel warm-up, proceed to performing a stretching exercise. Squeezing and pulling your penis on a regular basis can produce incredible size gains, just as exercising muscles will make them larger. These exercises stretch your penis out, while also stretching the erectile tissue. These are the exercises for lengthening your penis in its flaccid and erect state. Choose ONE of these stretching exercise techniques to include in your workout.
If you really want to enlarge your penis, this is the technique men swear by. This exercise is best performed when standing up Make sure the penis is in its flaccid state for this exercise. You can not be erect. Also, do not lubricate the penis in any way. 1. With the penis in its flaccid state, take one hand and grip firmly around the head of your penis. Be careful not to cut off too much circulation. 2. Pull your penis out directly in front of yourself. Stretch it as much as you can without causing pain or discomfort. Hold it there for 1 minute. 3. Relax for 10 seconds. “Twirl” your penis in a circular motion a few times. This gets the circulation flowing again. 4. Repeat Step Two again 4 times, except pull your penis in a different direction each time… up, down, to the left, and to the right. 5. After you’ve completed all 5 pulls (1 minute each), you may repeat the stretch (steps 1-4) as many times as you desire. We recommend repeating the stretch around 5-10 times. Stretching the penis with your hand produces the same results as traditional penis weight systems. The best way to use your hand is by applying most of the pressure anywhere else except on the dorsal nerve, which is that thin nerve that runs along the top of the penis. There is nothing wrong with designing your own way of gripping your penis, as long as you know where and where not to apply the wrong pressures. Again, DON’T HOLD TOO TIGHT, otherwise you’ll cut off the circulation. This exercise will ensure a longer penis within as little as 2 weeks, but within 3-4 months will really be noticeable.

This technique is very similar to technique one. It’s been posted on web-forums several times by men who say they’ve added up to 2″ to their penis!
1. While in its flaccid (limp) state, take one hand and grip around the head of your penis. Grip firmly, but not hard enough to feel discomfort or cut off too much circulation.
2. Pull out directly in front of yourself with enough force to feel a good and painless stretch in your penis. Hold and count for at least 30 seconds to one minute and rest.
3. Then continue doing this until you’ve logged in 5-20 minutes of stretching for one session. Take a 10-20 minute break after each session. (You should print this info for easy reference!) The Daily Workout Program Hot Towel warm-up (5 minutes) Stretching Exercise (25 to 30 minutes) Growth and Circulation Exercise (1 minute) Jelqing Exercise (10 to 20 minutes) PC Exercises (5 minutes) Massage and warm down (5 to 10 minutes) HOT TOWEL WARM-UP (5 Minutes) Soak a wash cloth in hot-warm water, wringing out the excess water. Wrap the cloth around the shaft of your penis (either flaccid or erect). Hold it there a minute, then repeat a couple of times. Dry off your penis well. This will ensure a good grip for the exercises you’re about to perform.

STRETCHING EXERCISE (25 to 30 minutes)
1. With the penis in its flaccid state, take one hand and grip firmly around the head of your penis. Be careful not to cut off too much circulation.
2. Pull your penis out directly in front of yourself. Stretch it as much as you can without causing pain or discomfort. Hold it there for 1 minute.
3. Relax for 10 seconds. “Twirl” your penis in a circular motion a few times. This gets the circulation flowing again.
4. Repeat Step Two again 4 times, except pull your penis in a different direction each time… up, down, to the left, and to the right.
5. After you’ve completed all 5 pulls (1 minute each), you may repeat the stretch (steps 1-4) as many times as you desire. We recommend repeating the stretch around 5-10 times
Take the penis and whip it around gently. Whip it no more than 30 times, making sure you cup your scrotum with the other hand, otherwise it will bounce around and get hurt.
JELQING (MILKING) EXERCISE (10 to 20 minutes)
1. Using Massage Oil, Hemp Oil, or Vaseline for lubrication, slide your fingers over the skin of your penis and apply all over. A few drops of oil will last for several hundred strokes. Don’t use soap or you’ll be sore for days!


2. With your thumb and forefinger, squeeze the base of the penis shaft. Pull downward. Stop at the head. Repeat, alternating hands. Make each stroke last about three seconds. This sensation should help you achieve an erection.
3. When your penis becomes SEMI-ERECT, make the American “A-OK” sign with the thumb and forefinger of your left hand. With this hand, grip tightly around the base of your penis.
4. Now starting from the base, pull the penis gently but firmly. Stretch downward and outward. You should still be in a semi-erect state. Make sure to touch the penis from the base the head. Note that the head of your penis expands with blood.
5. Switch to the right hand and do the same thing, starting from the base and stretching downward to the head. Alternate both hands in a smooth rhythmic (“milking”) motion, touching upon every part of the penis except the very top part of the penis head. Do 200-300 strokes/day at medium strength for the first week. (10 minutes) Do 300-500 strokes/day at medium-full strength for the next week. (15 minutes) Do 500 or more strokes/day from then on, and strong as you can make them. (20 minutes) (If you find yourself getting an erection during this exercise, squeeze harder to discourage it or simply wait until it subsides. You can encourage circulation afterward by slapping your penis up and down 25 – 50 times. Do this exercise 5 days a week. Remember to keep your penis only partially erect. If you feel the urge to ejaculate, pause milking and wait for the urge to subside. Holding back is an exercise in restraint, which instills a sense of self-control.)
PC EXERCISE (5 minutes)
Refer to the directions as to how to find your PC muscle. Do different variations of these exercises each time you perform your workout. You can also do PC exercises throughout the day while you’re driving, watching t.v., whatever.
1. Perform quick PC CLAMPS.
Squeeze and release, over and over. Start with a set of twenty, then build to a hundred or more. Do at least 250 PC clamps every day, for the rest of your life. Your goal is to be capable of creating 1,000 clamps a day.
by holding the PC muscle clamped tightly for thirty seconds, or as long as you can.
3. Try doing STAIR STEPS:
tighten and loosen in increments. Tighten for a couple of seconds, loosen for a couple of seconds. Do it over and over again.
Tighten the PC muscle as slowly as you possibly can. Once you’ve finished the slow squeeze (to where you can’t squeeze anymore), let go. At some point it will “flutter,” and you’ll feel energy sparkling up your spine. Concentrate on deep, slow breathing while you do this. This is great for restoring energy when you’re running down!
5. When you urinate and you want to let those last squirts shoot out, you use your PC muscle in the other direction. By doing this you’ll feel your anus open and the sensation is different. This is called the PUSH OUT PC.
MASSAGE AND WARM DOWN (5 to 10 minutes)
After your workout, gently massage your penis for several minutes. If you prefer, you can do this with an herbal enlargement cream. After massage, you can either apply another hot compress as you did at the beginning of your workout, or you can place your penis in a bowl of lukewarm water for another few minutes. Dry off well with a towel. Well, that’s the workout. These are the exercises, the “secrets”, that are going to give you a longer, thicker, stronger penis… a firmer fatter erection… better orgasms….and lifelong sexual vigor! Do this Workout Program 5 DAYS A WEEK, and YOU WILL HAVE PERMANENT GROWTH!! IT REALLY WORKS! Please e-mail us with your progress. We love hearing from every guy who’s happy with his penis!!
Harder Erections
These tips will help you achieve longer lasting and harder erections: Stick to a low-fat, high-fiber diet. High levels of cholesterol can actually clog the blood vessels in your penis. This also can cause impotence. Furthermore, you should include a little zinc in your diet. Foods containing zinc include lean beef, turkey, cereal, lamb, crabmeat and oysters. Also check out the vitamins and supplements that we recommend for a harder erection. Make sure you get plenty of exercise. When you’re out of shape, not only does this negatively affect your ability to have sex, it increases the likelihood of erection problems. Stop smoking. Besides the obvious health risks of smoking, studies show that smoking plays a major role in erectile and impotence problems among men. Finally, the best piece of advice that can be given (and one you probably won’t have any problem with) is this: If you want to have better erections- Have MORE erections! The muscle tissue in your penis needs oxygen to survive. Where does it get that oxygen? From the red blood cells flowing in the blood. The more blood that circulates, the less chance of erectile failure. Since blood flows to the penis at a much greater rate when you have an erection, the best way to keep the muscle tissue in your penis properly oxygenated is by having more erections. There, now you have a legitimate excuse to masturbate.
“Place your thumb on the top of the penis at the root and your index finger at the bottom of the penis at the root. Take a deep breath and while holding, squeeze and grip the shaft of your penis in a wave toward the tip of the penis. The thumb, the index finger and the pinky finger push, forcing blood into the penis head. Now hold this grip for as long as you’re able to hold your breath. Repeat this exercise 9 times. Each time you hold your breath, count to 9 and with each count, squeeze more toward the head of the penis.”
Control Premature Ejaculation
First of all, it should be noted that one man in 3 ejaculates quicker than he wants to, and that the vast majority of men sometimes ejaculate too quickly. So if this happens to you, you’re hardly alone. The following are some tips and exercises that will assist you in learning to control this problem: For starters, you might drink a glass of wine before having sex. Alcohol may relax you just enough to delay your ejaculation.Or there’s the old tried and true practice of masturbating a few hours before making love. If you “take care of your business” early, it will take you longer to ejaculate when the time comes to do it with your partner . You can learn to tolerate long periods of sexual pleasure without ejaculating once you learn to recognize the feelings that precede your orgasm. There is an exercise you can try called The “One to Ten” Approach. Imagine that the scale of pleasure runs from 1 to 10: 1 you are just starting to feel aroused; 10 you have an orgasm and ejaculate. Therefore 9, the point just before your orgasm, is your point of no return. Try masturbating. When you reach your magic point 8, stop and let the urge to ejaculate subside. Then start masturbating again. Do this a few times. Masturbate, stop, masturbate. At the end of 15 minutes you can ejaculate (if you wish). Repeat this technique until you are able to enjoy your arousal without ejaculating for 15 minutes. Another method that reduces the chance of premature ejaculation is one that we mention in your workout- Give Your PC Muscles a Squeeze.Review our discussion of Kegel (PC) Muscles if you’ve forgotten where these muscles are located. Strong PC muscles operate like a good set of brakes in your car- by contracting the muscles, you can control your arousal the same way you use your brakes to control speed. In the broadest terms of how to apply this muscle when making love, you prolong orgasms by a simulation of “stopping your urination in midstream”. Learn the powers of these muscles and how to use them. They will work wonders in the bedroom! Finally, the oldest, simplest and best method for learning ejaculatory control is called the Locking Method. When having sex, if you feel yourself becoming too excited… simply withdraw your penis from the vagina and pull back so that only the head of your penis remains inside her. Then just remain motionless for 15 – 30 seconds. Wait for the urge to subside, then back to where you left off.
Curvature Straightening
Having a curve in your erection is caused from having a weak Corpora Cavernosa which allows the shaft to bend a certain direction because of the weaker cell walls. This problem can be easily dealt with using the Jelq. This exercise strengthens your Corpora Cavernosa on both sides of your penis, and will start to form a straighter penis after several months of daily exercise.
Jelqing for a Straighter Penis
Though this exercise is basically the same as you have read before, there is a little “twist” you must utilize. Begin jelqing just like you have before, grasping around the base of a partial erection, squeezing fairly tight and sliding it to your head, repeating with the other hand. Every 5 or 10 jelqs, milk your penis against the curve, bending it the opposite way as you milk down to your head, This will begin to not only strengthen your shaft, and also help strengthen the wall that’s curving, slowly training it to bend the opposite way. As you milk down, really concentrate on your penis rebuilding with each stroke. Concentrate on visualizing your penis expanding and straightening every time you milk, taking deep breaths through your nose and exhaling through your mouth. With each breath you breathe in, visualize a ball of energy growing and and expanding in your stomach and chest. Once you cannot breath in any more, exhale and visualize the ball of energy flowing down and out through your penis as you continue to milk strongly. You will find that results will come much faster when you do this. Vitamins and Herbs Your regular enlargement workout program can be significantly enhanced by specific vitamins, herbs and supplements which you should add to your daily diet. Not only will they provide you with extraordinary energy, they can greatly enhance your sex drive and pump up your sensual passion. It is best to purchase “A” grade supplements. You may pay a little more, but the results are noticeably better (and better for you) than cheap “bargain-brand” supplements. If you wish, you can shop online through one of our many affiliate vitamin and health stores. They all offer high-quality supplements and you can have them delivered right to your doorstep.
Vitamins to be taken daily for energy:
– 2,000 mg of vitamin C 2 or 3 times a day
– 30 mg of zinc
– 10,000 units (IU) of mixed carotenoids.
– 100 mg of vitamin A
– 200 mg of Magnesium
– 80 mg of coenzyme Q
– 100 i.u. of vitamin D
– 50 mg of thiamin
These vitamins are available at most of our affiliate stores in our Shopping Index, including the Internet’s #1 Vitamin Store, Drugstore.com
Additional Supplements for greater sexual performance:
– 525 mg of Calcium
– 200 mcg of Vitamin B12
– 150 mg of Vitamin E
– 25 mcg of Potassium
– 300 mcg of Biotin
– 200 meg of selenium
– 400 mcg of Folic Acid

Herbs to enhance sexual awareness:
– Damania Root
– Pumpkin Seed
– Buckwheat Protige
– Cranberry extract
These and other herbs for sexual enhancement are available online at the Erotix Products Pharmacy and many of our other featured affiliate stores in our Shopping Mall.

One more thing…
Drink lots of water! 150 – 200 ounces of pure bottled water every day is a wonderful healing nutrient, which aids in your enlargement workout. Not to mention adding that extra bit of boost needed to get you through your normal daily routines. Frequently Asked Questions Below are a few of the most frequently asked questions about our manual: When should I use these techniques? Whenever you wish. A lot of men do their workout first thing in the morning, and others do it before they go to bed at night. The actual time of day will not affect the process.
Can I ejaculate right before, during or after exercising?
When you ejaculate your body goes through several chemical and physical changes, first your blood testosterone levels begin to drop, second, all your connective tissues begin to tighten as well, it is best to wait at least several hours after completion of the exercises before ejaculating, just as it is also important not to ejaculate for at least several hours before exercising as well. When I jelq I get a little, (or a lot) sore, is this normal? Check the soreness and see what is causing it, you may just need to trim the pubic hair right at the base of your penis. Is it a sharp pain or just a dull discomfort? Are you doing the hot wraps? A slight discomfort/soreness is normal and should pass as your penis and all supportive structures get used to the exercises. Try not to stop, a slight discomfort is normal, if the pain is sharp or is strong enough to keep you from exercising take a few days off from the exercises while continuing to do the hot wraps.
How can I keep from getting erect when jelqing or stretching?
When you are just starting out on the program your penis is accustomed to getting hard from the stimulation because it is always being used for the same thing, get hard, get stimulated, achieve orgasm and ejaculation. After a couple weeks to a few months your penis will be accustomed to the exercises and the erections should be more controllable. During these first few weeks if you get an erection take a few seconds or minutes to let it subside, you won’t hurt anything, as these first few weeks are for Mr. Penis, (and you), to get accustomed to the exercises. Can I do the exercises twice a day?
The ideal heal time for tissues in your body is 48 hours, (depending on the tissue type, muscle tissue is one of the the fastest, nerve tissue is the slowest at 1 to 2 mm a month). When you exercise more than once a day you are not giving Mr. Penis time to heal correctly often times at the sacrifice of growth. I’m not circumcised, is there anything special I should do to do the exercises? Not necessarily, there are mainly just two things you should be aware of. First, when jelqing be sure to stop just at the base of the head, second, if you choose you can use your free hand to retract the foreskin then jelq as you normally would.
How Do I Find My PC Muscle? An easy to find your pc muscle is: When urinating, stop the flow of urine without using your hands, and no, it’s not your anal sphincter or your abdominal muscles. After time you will get good at it and will be able to do it whenever you want, this is flexing your pc muscle. For starters, stop the flow of urine as many times as you can every time you go. After a few days you will be able to do it whenever you want. Try and do as many Kegels as you can every day. Kegels are the exercise that work the pubococcygeal (pc) muscle.
Do I have To Do The Hot Wraps?
The hot wrap should not be considered optional as they serve two main purposes. First they serve to loosen connective tissues so they can stretch more easily with less risk of injury. Second the hot wraps serve to increase penile circulation which in turn increases the amount of nutrients that reach your penis.
When Can I Expect To See My First Gains?
Most begin to see their first gains at around the second week with others seeing gains after their 2nd month, some see gains as soon as the first exercise session. You can expect to see flaccid gains before erect gains as your penis becomes more accustomed to the increased blood flow. I don’t have enough time to do all the exercises at once, Can I spread them out over the day? Yes. We know that sometimes it is hard to find the time. If you wish to split the exercises up during the day, then do so.
Why Can’t I Do The Exercises 7 Days A Week ?
You must rest your penis for two days, This is essential for healing. YOU MUST ALLOW TIME TO HEAL. Many men spend a year or more trying to achieve enlargement, but never seem to grow. This is because the cells and tissues in your penis, after being stretched in exercise, must have enough adequate time to rejuvenate and build back up. This can only be accomplished through the rest time that you take off each week.
How Long Can I Keep Using These Techniques?
You can use the program forever if you like. But practically speaking, your penis can only be increased SO much. You will see the most substantial growth within your first 6 months of the program (although some men may need a few months longer). However, after that time your penis may only grow a half inch a year, but there will be a slight size gain.

Welcome to the world-wide family of penis owners. We trust that you will enjoy many years of trouble-free service from yours. To help ensure that you will, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the following equipment descriptions, operating instructions and maintenance requirements.
Body and interior specifications
Average length and diameter (flaccid)
Average length and diameter (erect)
Average percent increase in volume, flaccid to erect
Longest medically recorded erection
Amount of blood in erect penis
Average erections per night (while sleeping)
Average duration nocturnal erection
3.5 x 1.25 inches
5.1 x 1.6 inches
300% (wow!)

12 inches
8 to 10 x normal

20 to 30 minutesTesticles:
Average body’s production
Days to maturity
Number in ejaculate of average fertile man
Number of ejaculate of infertile man
Percentage of total ejaculate
Average swimming speed
Average life span once mature
50,000 per minute/72 million per day (and remember lads, it only takes 1!)
200 to 600 million
less than 50 million
3% – 5%
1 to 4 millimeters per minute
1 month in you, 1 to 2 days in woman, 2 minutes on sheets

Average body’s production
Days to maturity
Number in ejaculate of average fertile man
Number of ejaculate of infertile man
Percentage of total ejaculate
Average swimming speed
Average life span once mature
50,000 per minute/72 million per day (and remember lads, it only takes 1!)
200 to 600 million
less than 50 million
3% – 5%
1 to 4 millimeters per minute
1 month in you, 1 to 2 days in woman, 2 minutes on sheets

Average volume of ejaculate
Chief ingredient
Caloric content
Protein content
Average number of ejaculatory spurts
Average interval of ejaculatory contractions
Farthest medically recorded ejaculation
0.5 to 1 teaspoon
Fructose sugar
5 calories per teaspoon
6 milligrams per teaspoon
3 to 10
0.8 seconds
11.7 inches

Average capacity
Normal flow
7 to 13 ounces
7 to 8 ounces per 10 seconds

Starting the engine
The key to your sexual ignition is not between your legs, it’s inside your head. The brain is man’s biggest sex organ, sending nerve impulses running down the spinal cord to trigger an erection. Keep in mind though that since arousal is an electrical spark traveling the neural motorway it can be dulled by a repetitive commute. So vary your starting procedure, explore side roads, stop at a roadside service area, let your partner drive, or, when applicable, road-test a new model.
Hard starting or stalling
If your penis fails to become erect, even after repeated cranking, or if you have trouble maintaining an erection, let it idle for a while. Just about every man experiences an occasional erection problem, so try not to let it bother you. If you do it can develop into a psychological problem that can require extensive systems analysis to remedy. Chances are you are just temporarily flooded with work worries, anxiety or fatigue – all of which can temporarily foul your engine. If the problem continues, ask your mechanic about a new injector. Certain drugs can be injected directly into the penis, producing longer lasting (one hour or more) erections within moments. Coming onto the market is a plunger-type system that inserts a small pellet of erection producing medication into the tip of the penis. Another solution is a vacuum constriction device: when the penis is inserted into this cylinder and the attached pump engages, a vacuum is produced that causes blood to flow into the penile shaft. A rubber ring is then slipped onto the base of the penis to trap the blood in the shaft. As a last resort, you may want to consider upgrading to a penile implant. (See “Available options/upgrades”). CAUTION! The following can shrink a relaxed penis by two inches or more:- Cold weather, chilly baths or showers, sexual activity, exhaustion, excitement (non sexual), illness and Richard Branson.
Operating Instructions
1. DIRECT THE FLOW OF URINE The penis contains a narrow hose called the urethra that is attached to the bladder. As the urine level approaches the bladder’s maximum capacity line, you get the urge to pull over. When released, urine is flushed through the urethra, out the tip of the penis and, according to most women, usually on to the floor next to the toilet. Acting as a regulator for this process is the Pubococcygeal (PC) muscle. This is what you flex to stop urine flow or rid yourself of those last few drops. (It can also serve as an orgasm regulator. See Troubleshooting” later in this document.)
2. BECOME RIGID ENOUGH TO ALLOW PENETRATION DURING SEXUAL INTERCOURSE Your penis is equipped with twin hydraulic chambers. During sexual stimulation, these fill with blood until the penis grows firm and erect. After stimulation ends or there’s ejaculation, blood leaves these chambers and the penis softens again. There is usually a recovery or “refractory” period ranging from a few minutes to a full day (depending on the equipment’s age) before another erection can occur. About half of the penis is hidden inside the body, even when erect. It is fastened to the pelvis undercarriage for support.
3. DEPOSIT SEMEN WITHIN THE VAGINA DURING EJACULATION Sperm is manufactured inside the testicles, those two ball joints below the drive shaft. From here, it passes into a soft, fibrous organ behind each testicle called the epididymis, where it acquires the long tail necessary for swimming. Sperm then enters the Vas Deferens for storage. This thin hose loops around and splices into the urethra just below the bladder. When it’s time to shift into sexual high gear, sperm is mixed with liquid from the prostate gland and adjoining seminal vesicles. The resulting transmission fluid, called semen, gathers in a holding tank, which gradually swells to pinch the bladder shut and prevent urine from trickling in. Finally the semen is expelled from the body via the urethra by a series of muscular contractions.
The testicles need to be slightly cooler than normal body temperature for optimum sperm production. That’s why they hang away from the body. Hot baths and tight underwear can depress sperm count and movement.
Never operate your penis while under the influence of alcohol. Although alcohol lowers inhibitions, most men have less than optimum erections when inebriated. The fear this generates can lead to more frequent bouts of impotence.
Spare Tyre
Your privates did not come equipped with a spare tyre. Any roll of fat around your middle was an after-market acquisition that will void the warranty if left in place. It not only interferes with sexual performance but also makes the penis look smaller. Men naturally deposit fat in their abdomen, which includes the area at the base of the penis. As the spare tyre inflates, this pad thickens and eventually engulfs a portion of the organ – one inch for every 35 extra pounds. Being overweight is also commonly linked atherosclerosis, or narrowing of the arteries, a primary cause of impotence. It also makes you look silly.
Running-in period
To ensure a long, active life for your privates. It’s recommended that you engage in frequent sex. According to noted body mechanics Masters and Johnson, “When the male is stimulated to high sexual output during his formative years and a similar tenor of activity is established for the 31 to 40 year age range, his latter years are usually marked by maintained sexuality.
Acceleration 0-60 mph
Independent testing shows that it generally takes three to five minutes for the flaccid penis of a young male to become fully erect once sexual stimulation begins. This reaction at least doubles with age.
Avoid rapid acceleration on slick surfaces. Failing to do so could cause partial or complete loss of control.
Sudden stops
Slamming on the brakes whilst driving at high speed can result in a painful condition. During sexual stimulation, blood gathers in the testicles. If ejaculation doesn’t occur and sexual excitement continues, the resulting congestion in the arteries in that area causes a dull pain, like that of an aching muscle.
In order to become familiar with the natural feel of your equipment and learn how it responds in different situations high speed sexual driving on a closed circuit can be helpful. According to a recent survey, nearly one tenth of British men do this weekly (a greater ration in the North of England naturally). And contrary to popular belief , it will not harm your equipment, in fact, it can be viewed as good practice lap for sex, where you’re forever flirting with the limits of control.
Engaging the choke
To postpone ejaculation and extend love making, engage “the choke”. This technique involves firmly squeezing the top of the penis just behind it’s head prior to orgasm. CAUTION! Any impact to the area where the penis attaches to the pelvis can disrupt its hydraulic function.
Fuel requirements
Your privates were designed and developed for optimum performance and efficiency using high-quality fuel. Low-quality fuels cause cholesterol build-up in arteries and veins, thereby reducing blood flow to and from your privates and causing hard starting or stalling. In fact, every one-point increase in your total cholesterol correlates to an almost 1.5 times greater risk of erection problems. To avoid this use fuel that has a fat combination below 30 percent and is low is cholesterol and high in fiber. Such fill-ups will greatly reduce circulatory-system deposits.
Body work/chassis considerations
Regular exercise gives the body a deep healthful lustre that lends protection improves performance and helps is hold it’s value for longer. Exercise not only makes the body more fit for sex but also stimulates the mind by making you feel sexier. ABS – Your abdominal muscles (abs) are the chief thrusting muscles for intercourse. To strengthen them, do crunches. These exercises are just like sit-ups except that you don’t raise your body up as far. Simply lie on your back with your hands crossed over your chest Lift your shoulders six to eight inches off the floor, while trying to bring your chin to your chest. You’ll feel a tightening in your gut.
One third of all penile ruptures occur during lovemaking. They’re caused by sudden shifts in position or by awkward attempts at parallel parking with the partner on top. The tearing of tissue that occurs within an erect penis is often audible and always extremely painful. Such injures tend to happen where there is a lack of space, such as between the steering wheel and drivers seat. To protect yourself and your passenger always use turn signals before changing positions.
Safety belts
It’s highly recommended that you wear an athletic support (jock strap) for activities that involve running, jumping and sudden movement. This device tucks the testicles close to the undercarriage to protect them from jarring.
Wearing polyester underwear may contribute to impotence because of the static electricity generated by man made materials. Loose 100% cotton shorts are recommended.
Condom deployment
Use only condoms from a sealed package bearing an expiry date. Be careful of fingernails, rings and other objects that could tear or puncture the material. Never open a condom package with your teeth or on your partners spiked collar. Squeeze the air from the receptacle end of the condom and roll it down over the erect penis before penetration occurs. Use only water-based lubricants such as K-Y-Jelly with latex condoms. Petroleum-based brands can damage the condom. During withdrawal, hold the base of the condom to keep it from coming off. And use each condom only once.
Maintenance schedule
Your privates are the result of centuries of engineering. Before leaving the factory, every effort was made to ensure that they were in good working condition. To keep them running smoothly regular maintenance is required.
To be done daily
It’s especially important for uncircumcised men to retract the foreskin and wash around the head of the penis every day.
To be done weekly (At least)
Sex is the best exercise for your privates. Regularly flushing the system with nourishing blood and oxygen assures optimum sperm production, prostate health and overall good performance. When intercourse is not possible, consider revving your engine manually.
To be checked monthly
After taking a warm bath or shower to relax the scrotum, you should gently roll each testicle between your fingers. It should be smooth and oval shaped, feeling kind of like a hard-boiled egg with out the shell. Compress it gently, searching for any hard areas or lumps that don’t feel like the surrounding tissue.
Yearly inspection
Once your equipment reaches forty years old, have your prostate checked annually. This gland surrounds the urethra like a doughnut and, if left to enlarge, can reduce an older man’s urine stream to a dribble. Prostate cancer is also a concern. Both of these problems can be avoided if detected early. A complete yearly inspection should include three things: A digital rectal exam (sorry mate but we’re talking finger here, not computer). A blood test for prostate-specific antigens (psa), an early warning sign of trouble. An ultrasound scan to create a visible image of the tissue.
Using your privates for anything other than their intended purpose voids all warranties, written or implied.
The frequency of ejaculation/Intercourse among:
20-29 year olds = 4-5 times weekly
30-39 year olds = 2-4 times weekly
40-49 year olds = 1-2 times weekly
50-59 year olds = 0-1 times weekly
60 plus = 1-2 times monthly
Shag nasty = 5 times daily! (Oh Yes my friends)
Automatic systems check
Each night, your privates automatically run a self-diagnostic systems check. Most times you will be unaware this is happening. Periodic erections will occur whilst you’re asleep, as will an occasional emission. Do not be alarmed. Your privates are simply flushing themselves with fresh blood and oxygen to stay in optimum working condition. If you have a reasonable doubt this is happening, do the following test: Wrap some postage stamps from a roll firmly around the base of your penis and tape the ends together. The next morning, if the stamps are torn along the perforation, you’ve had an erection. (If you wake up in Newcastle sorting office with a postmark, try the test again, but don’t sleep so close to the post-box.)
Fluid leaks
After urinating, apply gentle upward pressure under the base of the penis. This will usually squeeze out any remaining drops and prevent any embarrassing stains on the upholstery.
Checking under the bonnet
Your penis comes from the factory with its head completely covered by a fleshly protective foreskin. Some penis owners have had this foreskin surgically removed by an authorized mechanic via circumcision. This is usually performed for religious and/or aesthetic reasons because, if basic hygiene is followed, the presence or absence of a bonnet does not affect sensitivity, sexual performance or susceptibility to mechanical failure.
Lubrication adding oil
For extra comfort and performance during long drives or when operating your penis in extremely dry conditions, you’ll need to relube. Brands such as K-Y Jelly can be reactivated with a simple sprits of water.
Disposing of used oil
When indiscriminately discarded, used oil can foul the bedroom environment. Flavored lubes leave a sticky residue the required a soap-and-water scrubbing. Most no flavored brands wipe clean with a towel.
Your privates are exposed to the corrosive effects of dirt, perspiration and vaginal fluids (some of which in my experience can be more corrosive than others). To protect the finish, trim and exposed under body , it’s important to wash often and thoroughly. Scrub any dirt and salt from crevices in the undercarriage and check that all drain holes are free from debris. After washing, allow all surfaces to drain and dry before parking in a confined space. If required you may polish your privates immediately.
Minor ships and scratches
The skin of the penis and testicles is remarkably resilient. For chafing and small cuts that cause minimal bleeding, just wash with soap and water and apply an antiseptic ointment.
Major dents
If you get hit in the testicles, scream, lie down, apply an ice-packed cloth and take some deep breaths. If there’s swelling and the pain doesn’t subside within a few minutes, continue the icing and get to a garage and seek mechanical assistance. A severe groin injury can cause sterility.
The diagnoses outlined are intended to serve only as guides to locate and temporarily correct minor faults or worries. Causes of unsatisfactory performance should be investigated and corrected by your doctor.
Penis seems small.

Left testicle is slightly larger and hangs lower than the right one.

Erections do not occur as quickly, nor are they as firm as they were.

Ejaculation happens way to fast.

Ejaculation isn’t as forceful or as plentiful as it once was.

Pain in testicle.Solution
Few men are satisfied with the size of their penis. Keep in mind that the average vagina is just three to five inches long.

Rarely are both testicles identical. In fact, the left one hangs lower in 80 percent of all cases.

This is common with older models. However, exercising regularly, following a low-fat diet, avoiding smoking and limiting alcohol are all antidotes, as is longer and more creative foreplay.

Try strengthening your PC muscle with Kegel exercises. The PC is the muscle you use to stop urine flow. Contract it now to familiarize yourself with the feeling. What you just did was a Kegel. Do 20, 50, 100 or more daily – at your desk or in the bath. Since it’s the same muscle that contracts for ejaculation, strengthening it will give you more control during intercourse.

Such misfiring often occurs with older engines. In fact, with vintage models, ejaculation may not occur at all, although an orgasm is experienced.

Intermittent twinges are common, and anything that lasts less than a minute or so is no cause for worry. Testicular pain that builds gradually is usually caused by an infection or inflammation. Consult a certified mechanic or authorized dealership.
Enjoy worry-free motoring by having a trained technician cut the Vas Deferens, thereby preventing sperm from reaching the urethra. It’s a safe quick (seven to ten minute), effective means of birth control, plus the sensation of ejaculation remains unchanged. Available in traditional snip or modern laser.
Preserve the raw beauty of your libido with testosterone! This potent male hormone, manufactured chiefly in the testicles, is responsible for your sexual desire and, to some degree, your erections. But production declines after age 50. Some men, who have no physical problems but experience flagging desire, may benefit from testosterone supplements, which can be taken orally through a skin patch or injection.
Penis enlargement
Gain valuable inches by expanding your trunk! Body-Shop mechanics penis appear larger by cutting the ligaments that attach it to the pubic bone. Once this is done, the penis hangs a bit lower and looks larger. In addition body fat can also be injected under the skin of the penile shaft to make it thicker.
Most mechanics do not approve of the enlargement procedure, which compromises the penile suspension system and may undermine resale value. Consumers have reported lack of stability and loss of control when operating at high speeds.
Foreskin restoration
For those who have grown unhappy with their circumcised model, Foreskin restoration may be possible. In this Do-It-Yourself procedure, skin from the shaft of the penis is gradually stretched with tape and even weights until it allegedly resembles a normal foreskin.
Foreskin will not be restored to showroom condition.
Penile implants
If you have chronic difficulty getting an erection and other impotence treatments have failed, consider the new line of deluxe penile implants. These are cylinders that are surgically placed inside the penis to make it firm enough for intercourse. Two models are available. A non-hydraulic implant consists of a pair of flexible silicone rods that can be bent up or down by hand. It’s the simplest design, but since the penis remains semi-rigid, some men find it difficult to wear Chinos. A hydraulic implant includes a pair of hollow rods, a reservoir of saline solution and a pump, all concealed within the body. For an erection you simply squeeze your scrotum to inflate the penis.

Welcome to “The Taseer Penis Size Survey”! For those new to this site, the discussion below pertains to the results of the most exhaustive penis size survey conducted to date. Questions concerning everything from actual penis dimensions to the possible correlation between size and other parts of the body, to “owner” satisfaction have been asked in a serious attempt to dissect penis fact from “phallic fallacy”. With a combined adolescent/adult sample size in excess of 3,100 subjects, a high degree of statistical precision has been achieved. In order to expedite the writing process of this communication,. A number of topics, however, are covered in slightly greater depth than before and I have introduced three new graphics.

Before we begin
In a number of the analyses that follow, penis size has been classified according to the subject’s perceived endowment status (ref. question 43 of the questionnaire). The dimensions of this “self-ranked endowment status” are summarized in the table below.
Erect Length
Erect Circulmference
141.5mm (5.6″)
117.6mm (4.6″)
161.8mm (6.4″)
127.4mm (5.0″)
181.1mm (7.1″
137.8mm (5.4″)

With the exception of “Penis Size and Age” and “On Circumcision, the analyses discussed below pertain to adult subjects, 18 years of age and older. The inclusion of minimal, and particularly maximal penile dimensions have caused many of you to question the validity of my data. Blatantly fraudulent responses (from 17 year old lawyers or those claiming “American Zulu warrior” ancestry, for example) are excluded from entry into the database as are penis lengths in excess of 360mm (14.2″). As an additional safeguard, the bottom 1% for those 18 years and older) and top 2% (for all age groups) of each of the five penile measurements studied have also been excluded from the analysis. I realize that this is a rather conservative approach, but the fact that my results are very close to that reported by Kinsey et al. and the almost symmetric distribution of erect penis lengths, leads me to suspect that any residual and unavoidable contamination has been kept to a minimum.
Figure-1: Breakdown of sexual orientation and mairtal status of adult subjects






Subject Characteristics
Personal Data of Adult Subjects
Sample Size
Average Age
Average Weight
Average Height
29.7 Years
80.9 Kgs (178.3 lbs)
1.80 m (70.8″)

Penis Dimensions
Personal Data of Adult Subjects
Sample Size
Average Age
Average Weight
Average Height
29.7 Years
80.9 Kgs (178.3 lbs)
1.80 m (70.8″)
Please note that all measurements are expressed in metric units with corresponding imperial units in brackets. VITAL PENIS STATISTICS FOR MEN 18 YEARS AND OLDER Mean± Standard Deviation 95% Confidence Interval Maximum Minimum LENGTH OF FLACCID PENIS 86.3mm(3.4″)± 27.0(1.1) 85.2mm(3.4″)- 87.4mm(3.4″) 157mm(6.2″) 25mm(1.0″) LENGTH OF ERECT PENIS 161.5mm(6.4″)± 31.5(1.2) 160.2mm(6.3″)- 162.7mm(6.4″) 260mm(10.2″) 68(2.7″) CIRCUMFERENCE OF ERECT PENIS 127.6mm(5.0″)± 25.5(1.0) 126.6mm(5.0″)- 128.7mm(5.1″) 200mm(7.9″) 60mm(2.4″) LENGTH OF HEAD 39.5mm(1.6″)± 9.9(0.4) 38.5mm(1.5″)- 39.5mm(1.6″) 76mm(3.0″) 12mm(0.5″) Figure 3 illustrates the bell-shaped distribution of erect penis lengths, thereby justifying the use of the parametric statistical tests that follow. Although it was not part of my original analysis, a number of you have asked whether gay or bisexual men are more endowed than straight men. As we can see from figure 4, there was no statistical difference in erect penis length amongst the three groups. Measuring Up To determine more precisely how you compare with the 2,545 adult subjects who participated in this survey, I have divided the data into percentiles of 10 percentile increments. If, for example, your erect penis measures 155 mm, the table below indicates that this size falls between the 40th and 50th percentile. In other words, at least 40% of the men fell below this value and at least 50% were above. In the upcoming expanded version of this edition, the chart below has been replaced by three graphs which provide an even greater degree of precision. PENIS DIMENSIONS BY PERCENTILES FOR MEN 18 YEARS AND OLDER PERCENTILE FLACCID ERECT CIRCUMFERENCE 0 25(1.0″) 68(2.7″) 60(2.4″) 10 50(2.0″) 125(4.9″) 95(3.7″) 20 60(2.4″) 140(5.5″) 110(4.3″) 30 73(2.9″) 147(5.8″) 120(4.7″) 40 80(3.1″) 152(6.0″) 125(4.9″) 50 88(3.5″) 160(6.3″) 130(5.1″) 60 95(3.7″) 170(6.7″) 134(5.3″) 70 100(3.9″) 176(6.9″) 140(5.5″) 80 110(4.3″) 185(7.3″) 150(5.9″) 90 120(4.7″) 200(7.9″) 160(6.3″) 100 157(6.2″) 260(10.2″) 205(8.1″)
Penis size and race
The number of Black and Hispanic participants has not substantially increased. Because of the continued low sample sizes therefore, the results reported below concerning the aforementioned groups must be considered tentative, pending a larger number of responses. Surprisingly, it would appear from Figure 5, that contrary to popular myth, Black males have shorter erect lengths than their Caucasian counterparts. However, due to the small sample size and large variation in lengths, this “difference” is not statistically significant. The average flaccid length among Blacks however was 93.8mm (3.7″) compared to 87.7mm (3.4″) for Caucasians, which may be responsible for the impression that Black men have greater erect dimensions. Again, I emphasize that these observations must remain tentative. There was a significant difference in length between Caucasians and both Hispanic and East Asians (those of Chinese, Japanese, Korean or Vietnamese descent). Whereas with Hispanics, such a difference was limited to erect length only, with East Asians all five measurements were statistically lower in comparison to Caucasians. Although part of this difference may be due to the shorter stature of East Asians (see “On Correlations” below), height matched comparisons with Caucasian subjects nevertheless failed to alter this finding. The figure to the left summarizes the results of question 44, in which men were asked to rate members of their own ethnic group with respect to size. Of particular interest was the response of East Asian subjects. Among East Asians residing in the East, 31% felt that they were generally of modest size, compared to 56% of those living in the West. This is probably due to the fact that Western countries tend to be more racially diverse, allowing for greater interaction and hence comparison with men of different ethnic backgrounds. It is also interesting to note that the vast majority of Black subjects stated that they tended to be well endowed; an opinion which was not borne out by the results of this study.
Penis size and age
I was initially surprised by the number of responses from teenagers and, although my survey wasn’t specifically designed to detect changes in penis size during puberty, the data collected so far has revealed some rather interesting findings. As of this edition, and as illustrated in Figure 7, average erect penis length increased until the age of 16, a finding that marks a departure from the five previous editions of this page, which reported that such a developmental milestone occurred at age 17. With respect to adolescent lengths, it is interesting to note that the results presented here are almost identical to that of another. The apparent variation in average size between the ages of 16 to 49 was due to random sampling error and was not statistically significant. The situation with regard to erect penis length beyond the age of 50 remains somewhat nebulous. According to the graph below, there was essentially no difference in size with respect to younger age groups. However, I have detected a progressive, yet slight decline in length among older men in this group. Unfortunately, due to the modest sample size of such individuals, it was not possible to determine whether this was a statistical anomaly or an anatomical consequence of the aging process.
On erections

The data indicates that during an erection, the average increase in penis size was 197.9%. However, for men whose flaccid penis measured 80 mm (3.1″) or less, the increase was 263.2%, compared to 165.3% for those greater than this length This principle is demonstrated in Figure 8, which reveals a strong negative correlation between flaccid length and the percent increase during an erection. It is also interesting to note that there was less variation in erect penis lengths relative to flaccid lengths. This convergence in penis size is illustrated by comparing the coefficient of variation (CV), a unitless measure of variability obtained by dividing the standard deviation by the mean and expressing the result as a percentage. The CV for flaccid lengths was 31.4 whereas in the erect state it decreased to 19.5. When erect the position of greatest girth was as follows; head 36%, uniform 32%, base 25% and some other location 7%. Forty eight per cent stated that their penis was straight when erect, 28% reported a deviation to the left or right and 24% claimed to have a bend (presumably in the shaft).

On circumcision
Unlike a previously published study in the medical literature, I did not detect a significant difference in erect length (or the other four measurements) between circumcised and uncircumcised individuals. Overall, 70% of the subjects were circumcised, 27% were uncircumcised and 3% did not specify their circumcision status. Of the 633 men responding outside of the U.S.A. and Canada who specified their status, 64% were uncircumcised. Not unexpectedly, this compares to 40% of Canadians and only 15% of Americans. The proportion of those claiming to be content, neutral or discontent concerning their circumcision status was almost equal between the two groups (approximately 66%, 21% and 13% respectively). Among those who were content however, there was a striking difference with regard to sexual orientation. Seventy-two per cent of circumcised straight males expressed contentment with their circumcision status while only 58% of circumcised gay or bisexuals felt the same way
On correlations

With the rather impressive number of responses I have amassed since the inception of this survey, I have detected that, on average, there exists a strong relationship between erect penis length and height, as illustrated in Figure 9. For the purposes of demonstrating possible correlations between length and various hand and foot measurements, it became necessary to control for this phenomena by performing a partial correlation between length and the various measurements in question. The results of such an analysis are presented below. With the exception of shoe size, there exists a significant but weak correlation for each of the body parts studied. (Please note that questions regarding nose length and width are recent additions to the survey, and at the time of this writing I had insufficient data to perform a reliable statistical analysis). Body Part Partial Correlation Coefficient middle finger to palm distance 0.25 length of thumb 0.25 length of big toe 0.18 shoe size 0.08 Figure 10 reveals the significant relationship between erect length and circumference.

Size Perception
As shown in the figure below, subjects A and B were significantly over or underestimated respectively. Although subject A is of modest endowment in terms of length, his circumference is average, and this may have contributed to the overestimation. Subject B’s flaccid length was correctly estimated to be 124mm (4.9″), but his predicted erect length, like that of subject A in Set 1, was underestimated. This provides further support that assessing a person’s endowment status based solely on the basis of flaccid size is highly unreliable. As in all other sets, estimates were found to be independent of age, sexual orientation, number of male sexual partners, self ranked endowment status or contentment status. SUBJECT A Estimated Erect Length 127mm (5.0″) Click Here Actual Erect Length 121mm (4.75″) Click Here SUBJECT B Estimated Erect Length Based on Flaccid View 184mm (7.25″) Actual Erect Length 190mm (7.5″)
Some penile trivia
As in previous editions of this communication, body builders tended to be more endowed than “couch potatoes” (170.5mm or 6.7″ vs. 160.7mm or 6.3″ In addition, the difference in flaccid length between those who are reluctant to potentially expose their penis to public scrutiny and those who are not remained strong (81.0mm or 3.2″ vs. 89.6mm or 3.5″ respectively p A larger difference however, existed with respect to erect lengths (166.8mm or 6.6″ vs. 153.3mm or 6.1″ respectively p A similar relationship was seen with regard to potential exposure to male family members. As illustrated in figure 11, well endowed men had more sexual partners per year than their average or modestly endowed counterparts. The data reveals that these men were more self-confident which may, in part, explain this finding. As illustrated in figure 12, a striking difference existed in the response pattern between gay/bisexual men and straight men when these individuals viewed a well endowed male (ref. survey question 47). Gay and bisexual men tended more to express arousal (36%) or awe (28%), while straight men were more likely to be indifferent (29%) or envious (21%). Among both groups, those who were indifferent had significantly larger erect penises than those who felt either intimidation or inadequacy

What makes up the anatomy of the penis?
The male penis is a complex structure of tissues that fill up with blood when the penis is sexually aroused. Besides sexual functions, the penis is also an important part of the “drainage system” of the male body. What is the anatomy of the penis like? You must heard or read of the corpa cavernosa, of testes and testicles and even od vas deferens. But what do they do? Find out in this article for on the penis anatomy for a fascinating journey
Penis Anatomy and Glossary:
To understand how penis enlargement works, it is helpful to know how the penis is made up, how it works and so on. There are two main chambers to the penis that make up the corpora cavernosa. These chambers get filled with blood during arousal, and the tissues become engorged. The expansion of these chambers puts pressure on the tunica albuginea and the blood is trapped in the corpora cavernosa, hence the penis becomes erect. This is how erection happens. The corpus spongiosum also fills with blood, but to a lesser extent compared to the corpora cavernosa. This is to protect the fine tissues of the urethra, and to permit ejaculation. The capacity of the corpora cavernosa is crucial in determining the size of an erect penis. The erect penis can only become as large as the chambers itself. Most penis enlargement methods (other than surgery) hope to increase the capacity of these chambers so as to allow more blood into the penis during an erection.
Corona: The ‘crown,’ a ridge of flesh demarcating where the head of the penis and the shaft join.
Corpa Cavernosa: The corpora cavernosa are the two spongy bodies of erectile tissue on either side of the penis. These become engorged with blood from arteries in the penis during arousal, thus causing an erection.
Corpus Spongiosum: The spongy tissue surrounding the urethra. This tissue expands to protect the urethra when filled with blood but not as much as the corpora cavernosa.
Cowper’s Glands: The Cowper’s glands secrete a small amount of pre-ejaculate fluid prior to orgasm. The functon of this fluid it to neutralize the acidity within the urethra itself. Dorsal Side: The top or upper side of the penis.
Ejaculatory Ducts: The path through the seminal glands which semen travels during an orgasm.
Epididymis: The ‘holding pen’ where sperm produced by the seminiferous tubules mature. The sperm are held here until ejaculation or nocturnal emissions (wet dreams) happens.
Foreskin Prepare: A roll of skin which covers the head of the penis in uncircumsized men.
Frenulum, Frenum: A thin strip of flesh on the underside of the penis that connects the shaft to the head.
Glans: The glans is the head of the penis. The glans in uncircumcised men is usually covered by the foreskin. The glans is highly sensitive, as is the corona, the ridge of flesh that connects the glans to the shaft of the penis. Head: Also known as the glans, this is the bulbous tip of the penis.
Meatus: The opening at the tip of the penis to allow the passage of both urine and semen.
Perineum: The area between the scrotum and anus.
Prostate Gland: This gland produces a fluid that makes up the semen. The prostate gland also shuts the urethral duct to the bladder in order to prevent urine from mixing with the semen and disturbing the pH balance required by sperm.
Pubococcygeus Muscle: Also known as the PC or pelvic floor muscle. Necessary to control urination and ejaculation.
Raphe: Visible ridge running from the meatus to the perineum across the scrotum. Is formed during fetus development and gender assignation.
Scrotum: The scrotum is a sac that hangs behind and below the penis. Commonly called the balls. It contains the testes, the male sexual glands. The scrotum’s main role is to maintain the testes at approximately 34 C . This is the temperature in which the testes can most effectively produce sperm.
Semen: The fluid produced during ejaculation. Made up of 2-5% sperm. The main bulk of semen is seminal plasma, with large concentrations of Zinc, and amines that protect the sperm from the acidic environment of the vagina.
Seminal Vesicles The seminal vesicles produce semen, a fluid that activates and protects the sperm after it has left the penis during ejaculation.
Shaft: The main length of the penis made up of the corpora cavernosa, corpus spongisum, urethra, cavernosal artery and dorsal vein and artery.
Smegma: A substance with the texture of cheese made up from oils secreted by glands on each side of the frenulum, combined with skin cells, and moisture. This usually only occurs in uncircumcised men. A substance with the texture of cheese made up from oils secreted by glands on each side of the frenulum, combined with skin cells, and moisture. This usually only occurs in uncircumcised men. The male sexual glands, the two testes within the scrotum produce sperm and testosterone. Within each testis is a kilometer of ducts called the seminiferous tubules, the organs which generate sperm. Each testicle produces nearly 150 million sperm every 24 hours.
Urethra: Passageway of the penis, carrying urine from the bladder and semen from the testes to the tip of the penis.
Vas Deferens: The ducts leading from the epididymis to the seminal vesicles. These are the ducts that are cut during the procedure known as vasectomy.
Internal Structure of Penis:

Human Penis Size
The general rule with respects to male penis size is that it is usually proportional to the size of the body. Results typically vary across study, usually a result of participant bias. Studies have shown that the average penis size ranges between 5 to 5.5 inches erect.
Variations of Penis Size
While there have been studies on the size of the penis at erect length, there have been very few pertaining to flaccid size. This typically varies amongst men however the most recent study noted a flaccid length of approximately 3 inches.
Penile stimulation
The most important components of the physical erogenous stimulation of the penis during foreplay and intercourse are the sensations from the foreskin, frenulum/frenar band, and glans. These structures each have their own feeling, and each contributes in its own way to the man’s total experience of lovemaking. It must be emphasized that emotional excitement is an extremely important component of sexual enjoyment, and intensifies the man’s perception of any physical sensations from his penis. The foreskin has an inner and outer layer. The outer foreskin layer contains nerve endings which respond to gentle touching during the early stages of sexual arousal. This helps to trigger an erection. The nerves of the inner and outer foreskin contribute to the experience of penile stimulation, up to and including orgasm. These receptors are stimulated by stretching, or when the foreskin rolls over the surface of the glans during intercourse or masturbation. (see `the gliding mechanism,’ below). The foreskin contains sensory receptors called Meissner corpuscles. We believe that these nerves, similar to nerve endings in the fingertips, are there to provide pleasure, as well as fine sensory perception. This seems to help a man to enjoy sex longer without ejaculating prematurely, because he can more easily tell when he is approaching the threshold of orgasm. Stimulation of the frenulum and ridged band results in intense pleasurable feelings during arousal. The ridged band consists of a number of “ridges”, described by Dr. John Taylor in his recent article. Sensations from these structures during intercourse or masturbation are thought to be the primary trigger of orgasm in the intact male. Dr. George Denniston writes: The ridged bands, which are like horseshoes only in that they curve forward underneath toward the point where the frenulum attaches, can be found in several pictures in John’s paper. There are some 20 concentric ridged bands which rub over the corona. Each ridge has Meissner’s corpuscles, which respond to pressure, and they produce the sexual pleasure which no individual has a right to take away from another individual. We believe that stimulation of the glans is most significant in the later stages of sexual intercourse, when penetration is deepest and emotions are running at their highest. Sensations from the glans contribute to the quality of the sensual experience. They are also apparently capable of triggering orgasm on their own, as would be the case in a circumcised man.
Circumcised adult penis:

The circumcised penis: Erect state
Following circumcision, the foreskin of the penis has been cut away. The surface of the glans has developed a thick, dry layer of keratin (toughened skin), which makes it less sensitive to unwanted stimulation, but also less sensitive to the more subtle qualities of lovemaking. All circumcised men have an annular scar on the shaft of the penis. The location of the scar varies, from near the head to far down the shaft. For some men, so much skin has been removed that erection becomes difficult and even painful. This was one of the most common complaints reported by circumcised men in a recent poll.
The gliding mechanism
During intercourse the loose skin of the intact penis slides up and down the shaft of the penis, stimulating the glans and the sensitive erogenous receptors of the foreskin itself. On the outstroke the glans is partially or completely engulfed by the foreskin. This is known as the gliding mechanism. The gliding mechanism is Nature’s intended mechanism of intercourse. As such, it contributes greatly to sexual pleasure. Also, since more of the loose skin of the penis remains inside the vagina, the woman’s natural lubrication is not drawn out to evaporate to a great extent, which makes sex easier without using artificial lubricants. The prepuce is a highly innervated and vascular zed genital structure. It is entirely lined with the peripenic muscle sheet. Specialized ecoptic sebaceous glans on the inner preputial surface produce natural emollients and lubricants necessary for normal sexual function. The primary orgasmic triggers are found in the preputial orifice and frenulum. When unfolded, the prepuce is large enough to cover the length and circumference of the erect penis and acts as a natural sheath through which the shaft glides during coitus. Only the presence and functions of the prepuce allow for physiologically normal coitus to occur as designed by nature. In an average circumcised adult man, the area of skin that is missing because of penile reduction surgery would, when erect and unfolded, measure approximately three by five inches, or a little smaller than a postcard.

The penis is composed of the following structures: Two parallel columns of spongy tissue called the corpus cavernosa, or erectile bodies. A central spongy chamber called the corpus spongiosum, which contains the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder through the penis. These structures are made up of erectile tissue. Erectile tissue is rich in tiny pools of blood vessels called cavernous sinuses. Each of these vessels are surrounded by smooth muscles and supported by elastic fibrous tissue composed of a protein called collagen.
Erectile Function and Nitric Oxide:
The penis is either flaccid or erect depending on the state of arousal. In the flaccid, or unerect, penis, the following normally occurs: Small arteries leading to the cavernous sinuses contract, reducing the inflow of blood. The smooth muscles regulating the many tiny blood vessels also stay contracted, limiting the amount of blood that can collect in the penis.
During arousal the following occurs:
The man’s central nervous system stimulates the release of a number of chemicals, including nitric oxide, which is now considered the main contributor for eliciting and maintaining erection. Nitric oxide stimulates production of cyclic GMP, a chemical that relaxes the smooth muscles in the penis. This allows blood to flow into the tiny pool- like cavernous sinuses, flooding the penis. This increased blood flow nearly doubles the diameter of the spongy chambers. The veins surrounding the chambers are squeezed almost completely shut by this pressure. The veins are unable to drain blood out of the penis and so the penis becomes rigid and erect. After ejaculation or arousal, cyclic GMP is broken down by an enzyme called phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5), and other compounds are released that cause the penis to become flaccid (unerect) again.
Vascular Disease and Erectile Dysfunction
Vascular diseases are those that affect the blood vessels. These diseases restrict blood flow to organs such as the heart, brain, and kidneys. In cases of erectile dysfunction ED), vascular diseases restrict blood flow to the penis. Fifty to as much of 70 percent of erectile dysfunction cases are caused by vascular disease.




More About Vascular Disease:
Restriction of blood flow can occur because of a buildup of cholesterol and other substances that may block blood vessels. It also is known that blood vessels open more widely (relax or dilate) or close down to become narrower (constrict), possibly due to signals from cells called endothelial cells that are located inside the lining of these blood vessels. These signals can result in the restriction of blood flow to certain organs even without the vessels’ necessarily being clogged by any material. When endothelial function is impaired, constriction that is similar to plugged blood vessels may result. This could be one explanation why ED is so commonly associated with vascular disease.

Conditions associated with vascular disease:
The following conditions are associated with vascular disease:
Coronary artery disease
Peripheral vascular disease. This disease particularly affects blood vessels that supply blood to the lower extremities.
Factors in vascular disease:
The following conditions make vascular disease worse and likely contribute to ED:
High cholesterol
Cigarette smoking


What is venous leak?
If the veins in the penis cannot prevent blood from leaving the penis during an erection, an erection cannot be maintained. This condition is known as a venous leak. Venous leakage may occur with vascular disease, but it also can occur as a result of poor smooth muscle relaxation of the penis. Difficulty with smooth muscle relaxation of the penis can occur with diabetes or with Peyronie’s Disease, a condition that results in the build-up of scar tissue of the sheath surrounding the erection tissue. Venous leak also can occur when neurological diseases or high levels of anxiety are present because these conditions can prevent adequate smooth muscle relaxation.
Important Substances for Erectile Health
A proper balance of certain chemicals, gases, and other substances is critical for erectile health:
Collagen: The protein collagen is the major component in structural tissue in the body, including in the penis. Excessive amounts, however, form scar tissue, which can impair erectile function.
Oxygen: Oxygen-rich blood is one of the most important components for erectile health. Oxygen affects two substances that are important in achieving erection:
Oxygen suppresses transforming growth factor beta 1 (TGF-B1). TGF-B1 is a component of the immune system called a cytokine and is produced by smooth muscle cells. It appears to stimulate collagen production in the corpus cavernosum, which can lead to erectile dysfunction.
Oxygen enhances the activity of prostaglandin E1. Prostaglandin E1 is produced during erection by the muscle cells in the penis. It activates an enzyme that initiates calcium release by the smooth muscle cells, which relaxes them and allows blood flow. Prostaglandin E1 also suppresses production of collagen.
Oxygen levels vary widely from reduced levels in the flaccid state to very high in the erect state. During sleep, oxygen levels are high and a man can normally have three to five erections per night, each one lasting from 20 to 40 minutes.
Testosterone and Other Hormones
Normal levels of hormones, especially testosterone, are essential for erectile function, though their exact role is not clear.
Erectile Dysfunction and Oxygen Deprivation
Erectile dysfunction most commonly occurs when the penis is deprived of oxygen-rich blood. When oxygen levels to the penis are low, an imbalance occurs in two important substances, TGF-B1 and prostaglandin E1:
TGF-B1 levels increase, which trigger production of collagen, a tough protein that forms all types of connective tissue, including scar tissue.
In addition, there is a reduction in prostaglandin E1, a chemical that suppresses collagen production and relaxes the smooth muscles to allow blood flow resulting in an erection.
When TGF-B1 levels increase and prostaglandin E1 levels decrease, smooth muscles waste away and collagen is overproduced, causing scarring, loss of elasticity, and reduced blood flow to the penis. A number of conditions can deprive the penis of oxygen-rich blood.
Blockage of Blood Vessels (Ischemia)
The primary cause of oxygen deprivation is ischemia–the blockage of blood vessels. The same conditions that cause blockage in the blood vessels leading to heart problems may also contribute to erectile dysfunction. For example, when cholesterol and other factors are imbalanced, a fatty substance called plaque forms on artery walls. As the plaque builds up, the arterial walls gradually narrow, reducing blood flow. This process, known as atherosclerosis, is the major contributor to the development of coronary heart disease. It may also play a role in the development of erectile dysfunction.
Impotency and Cholesterol
In a totally unrelated development (unrelated to aging, that is), National Institute of Aging supported scientists from the University of South Carolina have found yet another compelling reason to avoid cholesterol. Men with lower blood cholesterol or higher amounts of the beneficial high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol may be less likely to develop erectile dysfunction or impotence. According to the researchers, atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), which may impede blood flow to and from the penis, is one primary cause of impotence. While a positive link between blood cholesterol and atherosclerosis, the association between cholesterol and impotence has only been suggested until now. The South Carolina scientists conducted a study of more than 3,200 generally healthy men between the ages of 25 and 83. Data indicated that the men with total cholesterol over 240 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dl) of blood had nearly double the risk of penile dysfunction as men with readings of 180 mg/dl. A similar pattern held true in patients with significant amounts of HDL cholesterol. Those with HDL readings of 60 mg/dl or greater were one-third less likely to develop dysfunction than were men with less than 30 mg/dl HDL.

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The weakness of erection during sexual intercourse can occur when the two small arteries do not receive the flow of blood from the heart and the aorta. The weakness in erection is the lining of blood vessels too weak to get to the penis. Weak erection could be defined as inability to keep an erection strong enough to continue sex during love-making. This is sensitive part of the body must be in good conditions to keep the erection such as nerves pulses in the brain, spinal column around the penis, fibrous tissue muscles and veins near the corpora must be also in good conditions to allow full erection penis to take place and its occur when any of this activities disturbed. Research has shown that weak erection has affected millions of men in the world today. It occur occasionally with man having experience at early stage does not mean that one has weak erection; it is normal and should not be worry, but if its more than two months, one can consult a specialist.
Weak Erection is Aged Problem:
The new ways of handling this problem that causes failure in life has being discovered in recent time. The strong bond has been broken, to openly discuss the problems among themselves. Men have openly talked about the weak erection among themselves on the subject matter, initially they were ashamed, embarrassed and feeling incomplete. The treatments of this peculiar life problem are available in order to overcoming the inadequate situations, because to discuss about the problem is acceptable and willingness to search for better solutions in recent time.
What are the Causes of Weak Erection?
The disruption of blood flow to the penis vein is a major cause of weakness of penis during sexual intercourse. Although, there are other causes to the weakness in erection such as suffering from diabetes for a long period of time which must have damage the nerve system, cardiovascular disorder, prostate cancer operations, side effects of using hard drugs, multiple sclerosis, hormonal disorders, alcohol and drug abuse, emotional problems such as depression, anxiety, fear of guilt, low self-esteem; and also old age plays importance rule in the development of weak erection in a man’s life, because weak erection occur so much in the age bracket of 40 – 65 years. This age group seems to live in total weakness of penis due to their past activity in their early age.

Causes of Weak Erection:
A weak erection problem is caused by insufficient blood flow to the penile sponge-like tissues. And when it doesn’t get a high enough level of blood flow, the penis cannot get expand fully. Also, if the sponge tissues can’t hold the blood this also make to restrains the penis from growing to its full size. There are a wide variety of factors that can cause the arteries and veins to get constrict and reduce blood flow. Notably, smoking and a high fat diet contribute to the reduction of blood flow. Venous leaking brought onto by a penile injury can keep a penis from holding blood flow, even sufficient flow, and this can also cause a hard weak erection. There are several other reasons why a man might suffer from weak erections; any medications such as these depression medication, illegal drug usage such as marijuana smoking. A weak erection is very unpleasing because the while it is considered an erection, it is not hard enough to provide the adequate stimulation for a sexual partner that also damages self-esteem and confidence. A weak erection can also cause the anxiety that can lead to premature ejaculation, not to mention that weak erections can be really physically responsible for premature ejaculation, too. A man he is suffering from this condition will often contract the PC muscles in order to aid in engorging his erection. By doing so, the man will also subject added pressure and stress on the prostate gland. This added load on the prostate will also mimic orgasmic contractions and precum will lubricate the urethra, signifying the inevitable ejaculation.
Remedy for Weak Erection:
The main problem with a weak erection is to dealing with it at home. There are other many ways to combat a weak erection. A man can take the male enhancement supplements such as Kohinoor Gold Capsules that may improve the total blood flow to his penis so that his erections will really once again be hard. Kohinoor Gold Capsules will also improve his control, size, and the girth of his penis. And He can also learn combinations of techniques that he can use to strengthen and improve his ejaculation control so that he will last longer. If, indeed, you feel that your inability to hold to a firm erection is related to your “over-masturbation”, then the simplest thing for you to just do would be to reduce the frequency of masturbation.

Who suffering from Weakness in Erection?
i. Those involve highly in use of drugs and alcoholic,
ii. Those suffering from trauma or surgery damage on the vein around the penis,
iii. Those living in depression, stress and anxiety,
iv. Those who smoke heavily with serious disorders such as High Blood Pressure, and
v. Those who lives overweight, etc
What are the Symptoms of Weak Erection?
Many men take much of stimulants for direct actions when having sexual intercourse, when there are no symptoms of weakness in erection, and practice of this method for long time may cause weak erection. Alternatively, if a man notice sign in weakness of erection or organism taking longer time to achieve erection during love-making, which some stimulation drugs being apply to increase volume of ejaculation, then, specialist should be contacted immediately.
How Weak Erection Diagnosed?
Consulting medical experts on weakness in erection for proper cross-examination on your medical and sexual details to figure out the source of problem is necessary. Please be honest when discussing with your medical consultant so as to enable him conduct correct diagnosis. Your doctor may want to carry out a several medical examination to rule out any possible effects which will result conducting many tests for proper results to determine your blood count, liver enzymes, free testosterone in the blood and urinalysis. Ultrasonography test should be carried out in order to ascertain the arterial circulation in the genital organs, neurological evaluation to assess nerve damage, cavernosometry to determine the penile vascular pressure in the blood flow to and fro the penis to be traced with an injected dye may be scheduled. Erection during sleeping is another way of testing but does not guaranteed perfect result. It is very necessary to conduct psychosocial examination to reveal the causes of weak erection problems.

How to Cure Weak Erection
Use of stimulants and other means to achieve quick erection during sexual intercourse causes weak erection; why not discuss with your consultants of the possibility of your weakness of penis and present treatment taken. Frequent use of stimulant during sexual intercourse accounts for 35% of weakness of penis during love-making among men. Changes in lifestyle may reverse weak erection such changes may be to stop smoking, loss of weight, exercises, reduces stress, sleeping well, attending physical and medical seminars, group discussions, and medical examinations. Surgeries are rare to cure weak erection, and can be recommended when necessary. But there are some drugs to revitalize the weakness. However, some drug having worse side effect when used, may be recommended before using it. Research shown that mechanical vacuum devices involve several parts which must be intact during sexual intercourse; and oral testosterone is option to cure it, but this may cause liver damage. Weak erection is commonly among young men in recent time.
Living with Weak Erection
You need to talk to your partner and also study material on weak erection. You should discussing and asking questions from your medical consultants. If possible you can meet community health researcher for possible advice and prescriptions for appropriate treatments. Research confirms that weak erection is not disease to be hopeless in life. There is hope to lives with Weak Erection.
Weak Erection Overview
When having sexual intercourse many things must be present to succeed. First and foremost being a sexual partner, but not too far behind that is a firm erection. Men who are impotent know how disastrous erectile dysfunction can be on a person’s confidence and sexual life. However, what can be almost as frustrating is achieving an erection, yet it not being firm or full enough to enjoy using it. This phenomenon is very common and manifests itself in the form of a weak erection; when the penis is engorged with blood but not to the extent that it creates a firm erection for pleasurable intercourse. A weak erection is caused by insufficient blood flow to the penile sponge-like tissues. When the penis doesn’t get a high enough level of blood flow, the penis cannot expand fully. Also, if the sponge tissues can’t hold the blood, this also restrains the penis from growing to its full size. There are a variety of factors that can cause the arteries and veins to constrict and reduce blood flow. Notably, smoking and a high fat diet contribute to reduction of blood flow. Venous leaking brought on by a penile injury can keep a penis from holding blood flow, even sufficient flow, and this can also cause a weak erection. A weak erection is very unpleasing because while it is considered an erection, it is not hard enough to provide adequate stimulation for a sexual partner that damages self-esteem and confidence. A weak erection can also cause anxiety that can lead to premature ejaculation, not to mention that weak erections can be physically responsible for premature ejaculation, too. A man suffering from this condition will often contract the PC muscles in order to aid in engorging his erection. By doing so, the man will subject added pressure and stress on the prostate gland. This added load on the prostate will mimic orgasmic contractions and precut will lubricate the urethra, signifying the inevitable ejaculation.
Fact. Weak erections can ultimately lead to impotency
How to deal with a weak erection before it goes too far? There are many ways to combat a weak erection; herbal remedies such as Power E will improve blood flow to the penis to help erections become hard. Power E may also improve penis control, size, and girth. Other ways to battle weak erection are through disciplined techniques used to strengthen the penis and improve ejaculation control. Some examples of these techniques are Sexual Chi Kong and Natural Ejaculation Control. Both techniques allow one to prevent ejaculation, and at the same time increase sexual response from their partner. Practicing these techniques consistently will bring pleasure to a sexual partner that goes way beyond just intercourse. After all, sexual pleasure comes more from intimacy and technique. This will help men overcome the problems that weak erections often times cause. There are other reasons why a man might suffer from weak erections; any medications such as depression medication, illegal drug usage such as marijuana smoking. These both could directly result in weak erections. It’s time to make a hard decision, but one that could eventually lead to a hard penis. Do you want to continue with an unfulfilling erection (for you and her) or do you want to start remedying the situation? Click on our Herbal Products or Techniques page to read more about the positive effects they have on sexual pleasure. A weak erection is no way to go through your sex life.
How To Have Stronger Firmer Erections?
Increasing Weak Erection Strength
This is a common complaint among all men, especially while age creeps up on us. Your erection strength might not always be what you want it to be, but don’t worry, you can take action to ensure you get firmer erections almost every time. Physiologically, getting an erection is a pretty simple process: it’s a matter of blood flooding into your penis and filling up empty “pockets” in your penis that are designed to hold the extra blood. The more blood that’s forced into your penis, the harder your erection will be. Sometimes your body won’t force enough blood into your penis and you’ll be left with a weak erection. Sometimes weak erections don’t pose a major problem, but others might be so weak that it’s basically a semi-flaccid erection and might not be strong enough for sexual intercourse. You need a certain degree of hardness for penetration, not to mention that weak hard-ones are a little bit embarrassing…..you pull out and your flimsy erection droops weakly towards the floor – not exactly something that will inspire confidence in either you or your partner. There is a misconception that weak erections are an inevitable part of sex, especially with age. This isn’t true as there are a few things you can do to prevent your erectile difficulty (NOT the same as erectile dysfunction).
Strong Erections With These Natural Methods
You can get strong erections with these natural methods. Tips for making the penis grow in length and width have been around since the ancient Egyptians. In our modern age we have more choices. Many good products are available on the internet. But did you know there are ways to make your penis hard with a strong erection, for next to nothing, at home? Here are some penis tips that work. No matter what penis pill or penis exercise you use if you want to get the maximum results from it your health has to be reasonably good. There are no shortcuts. Get your health up to a decent level and all your penis efforts will double or triple in results. There are basics of health that need to be covered. Certain fundamentals that will help. Leave these out and your penis enlargement program is going to be like a ship full of holes trying to stay afloat. I call them ” Unusual Penis Enlargement Tips” because the wisdom they contain is often overlooked. Unusual penis tip one. Eat a good diet. Make sure you get sufficient protein. As a guy you need more protein than a woman. Good sources of protein are fish, chicken, eggs, and milk. Protein powders , made from whey, are popular. Eating well is one of the basics of looking after yourself. Unusual penis tip two. Get plenty of sleep. No pill or facial cream can substitute for deep and unbroken sleep. Plenty of sleep is essential in any penis enlargement program Unusual penis tip three. Get some fresh air. Do you remember the last time when you walked out in the fresh air? Clean oxygen is essential for proper function of the whole body. What is good for your body, is also good for your penis.
Unusual penis tip four. Minimize stress. Easier said than done. But there are a host of options available today as never before. Yoga, dance, and the gym are some options. Find out what works for you.
Unusual penis tip five. Have fun. Statistics show that 80% of the population works in a job they hate. Hate creates negative energy. You want to have fun at something. Anything. Pick something to do, if you are not already, that gives you a lot of fun and pleasure . It will influence your outlook on life and this in turn will have a positive impact on your sexual performance.
Unusual penis tip six. Exercise your mind. You feed your body why not your mind? Read, meet interesting people, do interesting activities. Women enjoy stimulating and intelligent conversation. Sexual stamina in the bedroom combined with good conversation make a man very attractive to a female.
In this time poor age you might find it a challenge to do all of the unusual penis tips for a stronger erection listed. Pick one or two for starters. Master them and then go onto the next . This will build your confidence . And it is confidence that will help make your penis erection, and lovemaking, better than ever.
Best Foods For Fixing Erectile Dysfunction – Get Rock Hard Erection By These Natural Remedies. There are certain diseases which put a big question mark on the manhood of men and erectile dysfunction is also one of them. This is a very disturbing disease for men and men either don’t get any erection at all or they have difficulty in keeping or maintaining hard erection during the love making session. All this creates an indescribable embarrassment for them as they can’t give any satisfactory justification to their partner. Mother nature is our best friend and has produced many natural foods for men on this earth for fixing their erectile dysfunction problem. These foods coupled with a few sex boosting exercises work wonders in fixing the erectile dysfunction problem naturally without taking any over the counter drug. Below is synoptic review of benefits of these best foods produced by Mother Nature for fixing the erectile dysfunction:
1. Take Coffee Moderately:
Take this for erectile dysfunction, but don’t consume too much of it. The caffeine boost your metabolism, gets the blood flowing more and could also increase your endurance by releasing fat stored up which will provide you energy.


2. Eat Bananas Daily:
It is a magic food for erectile dysfunction sufferers and can greatly help in fixing erectile dysfunction problem naturally. You can eat bananas for lunch, breakfast, etc. Guys who gain strong and hard erections often have healthy hearts, so eat bananas which are a great source of potassium. Potassium is excellent for the heart and blood circulation, therefore a close buddy for fixing your erectile dysfunction. Consuming potassium reduces sodium levels and prevents your blood pressure high blood pressure and thus it reduces the risk of heart problems.

3. Powerful Oysters:
Oysters are natural buddies for fixing erectile dysfunction, because it is rich in Zinc and vitamin B6, both of which are crucial for raising testosterone, and without which you would not have any sex drive .If Oysters gross you out, you can take nuts and seeds alternatively.



4.Eat Beans & Whole meal bread:
In order for your penis to be a rock hard monster, you need thiamine for a healthy nervous system, so add beans and whole meal bread in your daily intake to help your nervous system function properly.


5.Cute Cherries:
Cherries are loaded with tons of colorful chemicals derivatives which protect your artery walls, helping stop depositing of plaques that leads to clogged arteries. Take them in moderate quantities in your day to day diet plan or alternatively for fixing your erectile dysfunction problem you can also add peaches, nectarines and plums etc in your diet plan.


6. Magical Ancient Food:
is great for people suffering from erectile dysfunction. It contains omega-3 fatty acids which make the blood less sticky, thus enhancing blood flow to the penis. Consume fish like fresh tuna, mackerel, and trout for achieving strong erections and healthy heart.



7.Add Onions In Your Diets:
Even though it is a lot more pain when you chop them, but their benefits will play a smile on your lips. It has photochemical, and it thins the blood and enhances blood circulation in the body, also making it less likely to clog and clot. It is an ancient natural remedy for erectile dysfunction.


8. Consume Porridge:
Believe it or not Porridge also helps in fixing erectile dysfunction problem. It is a rich source of soluble fiber that reduces cholesterol keeps your blood vessels smooth and stretchy. Therefore, Porridge is great for men suffering from erectile dysfunction. Moreover a simple The Fish: This fishsex boosting plan coupled with the above dietary recommendations would greatly help men in getting strong erection naturally without taking any over the counter drug. Erectile Dysfunction No More is such a manual which contains a complete plan of sex boosting exercises to cure erectile dysfunction and end premature ejaculation naturally.

Don’t Despair About Erection Problems. You CAN Cure Them!
We know that when your penis isn’t co-operating with you, it’s natural to worry about sex. In fact, you probably think about sex (or the lack of it) more than you would normally. You might even have tried to overcome your erection problems with some new experiences. One thing many men do when they find their erections are becoming unreliable is to have an affair – often with a younger woman. Maybe you’ve paid for sex. Maybe you’ve tried Viagra. Or perhaps you’ve taken to surfing the internet for porn or trying new sex games with your partner. There’s no problem with any of this except that it won’t solve your erection problems! What will work are the treatment methods described on this website. Even if all your old certainties around sex have disappeared, you can still get back to having normal, healthy erections with our help. That’s 100% true, even if:
you don’t get erect even when you have vivid sexual fantasies
you don’t get erect when you see your partner’s naked body
you don’t find the thought of sex (or even intercourse itself) arousing
you’ve developed premature ejaculation
you have physical problems which are causing your erectile dysfunction
you have declining testosterone and a low sex drive
you have emotional problems which are causing your erectile dysfunction
you’re angry and depressed, irritable or unhappy
you haven’t had sex for weeks, months or years
you don’t want to have sex with your current partner
you’re having a mid-life crisis
you simply don’t know why your erections are unreliable
you lose your erection during sex or when putting on a condom
you avoid sex for fear of losing your erection
you can’t get erect even when your partner gives you oral sex
you have sexual or emotional abuse issues from childhood
You May Not Know About Erection Problems
you have sexual or emotional conflicts about women
Erectile dysfunction or, even worse, complete impotence are so devastating they can make you think your sex life is over. (Maybe even your life is over!) But with the right approach to treatment and an understanding of how you can solve these problems, you will find your erections return to normal pretty quickly. We show you how you can easily solve erectile dysfunction – and we describe how you and your partner can resolve the emotional issues that are disrupting your relationship. If you’re looking for harmony, this is essential reading.
Things You May Not Know About Erection Problems
There are many myths in society about maleness and masculinity which contribute to men’s erection problems. Each one of these myths is simply untrue. As you read through this list, see if any of them may have affected your beliefs about what is expected from you as a man.
A man should be able to give his partner orgasm each and every time they have sex
A man should be able to get it up and keep it up even if his partner is unresponsive or doesn’t really like sex
A man’s penis should be erect from the beginning of sex right through to the time he ejaculates
A man can only have sexual intercourse if he has a fully erect penis
A man can always enjoy sex, whether inside or outside a relationship
A man with erection problems is not a masculine man
A man should be able to have sex with any woman who is willing and available
A man should be able to get an erection on demand, every time
A man should never be nervous when having sex
A man should be able to stay hard when having sex with a woman even if she doesn’t like sex, doesn’t arouse him or doesn’t respond to him sexually.
We will show you why each and every one of these beliefs is untrue and how they contribute to men’s erection problems. Sometimes, the things that cause you to experience erectile dysfunction have nothing to do with you – like a sexual partner who doesn’t enjoy intercourse or won’t take part in oral sex. There are solutions even for these problems, and we will show you how both you and your partner can enjoy sex fully when you get your erections back to full power!

Peyronie’s disease causes a bent penis during erection. A hard, fibrous layer of scar tissue (plaque) develops under the skin on the upper or lower side of the penis. When the penis is erect, the scar tissue pulls the affected area off at an angle, causing a curved penis. The plaque, formed by thickened layers of soft tissue in the penis is noncancerous (benign). The condition can cause pain and make sexual intercourse difficult. Sometimes Peyronie’s disease improves without treatment, so your doctor may initially recommend a wait-and-see approach. Treatments of Peyronie’s disease involve nonsurgical and surgical approaches.
Pyronise disease is a disorder affecting the penis that can cause:

A lump within the shaft of the penis.
Pain in the shaft of the penis
Abnormal angulations of the erect penis (‘bent’ penis).
Not all of these features are necessarily present, but, typically, a man would first notice a tender lump in the penis, which might later be followed by bending of the penis when erect, sometimes at very odd angles. The flaccid penis is not usually deformed. It is important to remember that a degree of upward (towards the head) angulations of the erect penis is quite normal and not a feature of Pyronise disease. Not all of these features are necessarily present, but, typically, a man would first notice a tender lump in the penis, which might later be followed by bending of the penis when erect, sometimes at very odd angles. The flaccid penis is not usually deformed. It is important to remember that a degree of upward (towards the head) angulations of the erect penis is quite normal and not a feature of Pyronise disease.
What is Peyronie’s disease?
Peyronie’s disease is characterized by a plaque, or hard lump, that forms within the penis. The plaque, a flat plate of scar tissue, develops on the top or bottom side of the penis inside a thick membrane called the tunica albuginea, which envelopes the erectile tissues. The plaque begins as a localized inflammation and develops into a hardened scar. This plaque has no relationship to the plaque that can develop in arteries. Cases of Peyronie’s disease range from mild to severe. Symptoms may develop slowly or appear overnight. In severe cases, the hardened plaque reduces flexibility, causing pain and forcing the penis to bend or arc during erection. In many cases, the pain decreases over time, but the bend in the penis may remain a problem, making sexual intercourse difficult. The sexual problems that result can disrupt a couple’s physical and emotional relationship and can lower a man’s self-esteem. In a small percentage of men with the milder form of the disease, inflammation may resolve without causing significant pain or permanent bending.
The plaque itself is benign, or noncancerous. It is not a tumor. Peyronie’s disease is not contagious and is not known to be caused by any transmittable disease. A plaque on the topside of the shaft, which is most common, causes the penis to bend upward; a plaque on the underside causes it to bend downward. In some cases, the plaque develops on both top and bottom, leading to indentation and shortening of the penis. At times, pain, bending, and emotional distress prohibit sexual intercourse.
A cross-section of the penis (left) displays the internal cavity that runs the length of the penis and is divided into two chambers—corpora cavernosa—by a vertical connecting tissue known as a septum. Scientists theorize that, during trauma such as bending, bleeding might occur at a point of attachment of the septum to the tunica albuginea lining the chamber wall (center). The bleeding results in a hard scar, or plaque, which is characteristic of Peyronie’s disease. The plaque reduces flexibility on one side of the penis during erection, leading to curvature (right). Estimates of the prevalence of Peyronie’s disease range from less than 1 percent to 23 percent.1 A recent study in Germany found Peyronie’s disease in 3.2 percent of men between 30 and 80 years of age.2 Although the disease occurs mostly in middle age, younger and older men can develop it. About 30 percent of men with Peyronie’s disease develop hardened tissue on other parts of the body, such as the hand or foot. A common example is a condition known as Dupuytren’s contracture of the hand. In some cases, Peyronie’s disease runs in families, which suggests that genetic factors might make a man vulnerable to the disease.
How does Peyronie’s disease develop?
Many researchers believe the plaque of Peyronie’s disease develops following trauma, such as hitting or bending, that causes localized bleeding inside the penis. Two chambers known as the corpora cavernosa run the length of the penis. A connecting tissue, called a septum, runs between the two chambers and attaches at the top and bottom of the tunica albuginea. If the penis is bumped or bent, an area where the septum attaches to the tunica albuginea may stretch beyond a limit, injuring the tunica albuginea and rupturing small blood vessels. As a result of aging, diminished elasticity near the point of attachment of the septum might increase the chances of injury. In addition, the septum can also be damaged and form tough, fibrous tissue, called fibrosis. The tunica albuginea has many layers, and little blood flows through those layers. Therefore, the inflammation can be trapped between the layers for many months. During that time, the inflammatory cells may release substances that cause excessive fibrosis and reduce elasticity. This chronic process eventually forms a plaque with excessive amounts of scar tissue and causes calcification, loss of elasticity in spots, and penile deformity. While trauma might explain some cases of Peyronie’s disease, it does not explain why most cases develop slowly and with no apparent traumatic event. It also does not explain why some cases resolve or why similar conditions such as Dupuytren’s contracture do not seem to result from severe trauma. Some researchers theorize that Peyronie’s disease may be an autoimmune disorder.
How is Peyronie’s disease evaluated?
Doctors can usually diagnose Peyronie’s disease based on a physical examination. The plaque can be felt when the penis is limp. Full evaluation, however, may require examination during erection to determine the severity of the deformity. The erection may be induced by injecting medicine into the penis or through self-stimulation. Some patients may eliminate the need to induce an erection in the doctor’s office by taking a digital or Polaroid picture at home. The examination may include an ultrasound scan of the penis to pinpoint the location(s) and calcification of the plaque. The ultrasound can also be used to evaluate blood flow into and out of the penis if there is a concern about erectile dysfunction.
Good advice: Noticing a lump in the penis can be a frightening experience. Men are often concerned that they have developed a cancer. Cancer within the penile shaft is very rare indeed, while Pyronise disease is by far the most common cause of such lumps. If you find a lump, it is important to seek prompt medical advice, but you should not be too fearful that a serious cause will be found.
What causes Pyronise disease?
The penis consists of basically three cylinders, covered by several sheaths of tissue and, finally, by skin. Running the length of each side of the penis are spongy cylindrical structures called the corpora cavernosa. These form the erectile tissue that becomes engorged with blood during erection, acting like the inner tube of a tyre. They are surrounded by the tunica albuginea, a tough, inelastic, fibrous sheath, which might be compared with the tyre itself. When the penis becomes erect, the inner tubes (corpora cavernosa) inflate, filling the space within the tyre (tunica albuginea), making it more rigid. In Pyronise disease, tough, fibrous plaques spontaneously appear within the tunica albuginea, and are felt as tender lumps. When the penis becomes erect, it inflates unevenly and tends to bend around the plaque, causing the characteristic deformed appearance of Pyronise disease. One in three men with Pyronise have pain or penile bending when erect as their principal symptom. Experts are not certain why some men get Pyronise disease and others do not. Several factors might be involved, including:
Genetics: Occasionally the disease has a tendency to run in certain families (inherited or genetic predisposition), but this is not common.
Injury: Pyronise disease is more common after injury to the penis, such as penile fracture or forceful bending of the erect penis. It also occurs more frequently in men that give injections into the penis for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (impotence).
Circulatory disorders: More men with Pyronise disease seem to be affected by high blood pressure (hypertension) and hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis), so these conditions might possibly be involved in its development.
Diabetes: This is more common in men with Pyronise disease. As a result diabetes might also be involved in its development.

What are the symptoms?
Pyronise disease occurs at any time from adolescence onwards, but most commonly in men aged 40 to 60 years. It affects around 1 in a 100 (0.4 to 1.0 per cent) of the middle-aged male population, but some experts suggest up to 4 per cent of men aged over the age of 40 may suffer from it. The disease causes very variable degrees of deformity and inconvenience. Some men are barely troubled by it, while others find sexual intercourse physically impossible. Many men will not require treatment, but all should seek prompt medical advice.
The symptoms are:
A lump within the shaft of the penis: this can slowly develop over several months and frequently takes 12 to 18 months to reach its full extent.
Pain in the shaft of the penis: two-thirds of men with Pyronise disease will experience pain in the penis. In most cases, it will gradually settle down and disappear without treatment in a few months.
Abnormal angulations of the erect penis (bent penis): during the 12 to 18 months that the plaque or lump is developing, the deformity of the erect penis can change – 30 to 40 per cent get worse, 10 to 20 per cent get better and 50 per cent remain the same. Some men will develop varying degrees of erectile dysfunction (impotence) as a consequence of Pyronise disease. This can vary from a complete inability to attain and/or maintain an erection adequate for satisfactory sexual experience to a slight reduction in penile rigidity. Some men report a tendency for the penis to buckle around the lump during sex. The frequency of this problem has been reported as between 4 and 80 per cent, although experience suggests that the true rate is towards the lower end of this range.
How is Pyronise disease diagnosed?:
Pyronise disease is diagnosed on the basis of the history (how the problem has developed, as you describe it to your doctor) and examination (what the doctor can see and feel). Between 10 and 25 per cent of men with Pyronise disease have Dupuytren’s contracture, a claw-like deformity in which the little finger, the ring finger and, sometimes, other fingers bend over towards the palm of the hand? No special investigations are needed and biopsy (surgically removing a piece of the lump for examination under a microscope) is only needed for rapidly enlarging lumps that are not developing in the usual manner. Ultrasound scanning can be used to assess the exact size and position of the lump, but is rarely necessary.
What else could it be?:
Although extremely rare, sarcoma of the penis (a form of cancer) can present in a similar way. Your doctor will consider this if the lump enlarges very rapidly or develops in an unusual manner.
Pyronise disease runs a very variable course. Many men with Pyronise disease will not require or desire treatment, and will enjoy very satisfactory sex with their rather unusually shaped penis. Men who have had Pyronise disease are more likely to have a further episode in the future than the general population. Nothing is proven to prevent a recurrence.

The signs and symptoms of Peyronie’s disease may appear overnight or develop more slowly. These may include:
1. Painful erection
2. A bend or curve in your penis during erection
3. A thick band of hard tissue on one or more sides of your penis
4. Indentation, or an “hourglass-shaped” penis during erection
5. Impaired ability to obtain an erection (erectile dysfunction, or ED)
6. Shrinking or shortening of your penis
7. Scar tissue that develops on the top of the penis will cause the penis to bend upward.
Plaque on the underside of your penis will cause it to bend downward. Sometimes scar tissue occurs on both sides of the penis, causing an indentation or “bottleneck.”In many cases, pain caused by Peyronie’s disease may decrease after a short period of time. However, the curvature may persist even if the pain subsides. In some men with a milder form of the disease, inflammation may improve without causing a lot of pain or permanent bending.
The Basic Facts:
1. Men with Peyronies disease generally seek medical attention for pain or bending of the penis during erection, which results from inflammation and scarring in a particular part of the male anatomy known as the tunica albuginea.
2. Francois de la Peyronie, surgeon to Louis XIV of France, first described treatment for this disorder in 1743.
3. This condition is most commonly acquired at about age 55. A man can be born with curvature of the penis, though this is not Peyronies disease.
4. Severity varies – only a minority of the men afflicted with this problem are unable to engage sexually. Through an effect on the erection mechanism it can reduce rigidity (hardness), but it rarely causes impotence.
5. It is somewhat uncommon, affecting somewhere between one and three men in a hundred.
6. In addition to producing curvature, Peyronies disease may change the shape of the erection in other ways: indentation, diameter reduction, or loss of length.
7. Peyronies disease can have a strong psychological impact.
8. Some cases are mild, healing without treatment within a year of onset. Most cases produce at least some degree of persistant curvature.
9. A noticeable lump, or plaque within the penis is commonly detected. Contrary to prevalent anxieties, it is noncancerous, and unrelated to cholesterol – containing arterial plaque
10. Peyronies disease can run in families, though most cases do not appear to be hereditary.
11. This condition is not associated with serious internal disorders. 10 –20% of men develop scarring of either the hands (Dupuytren’s contractures) or of feet.
12. The goal of therapy is to maintain sexual function. In some cases, education about the disease and reassurance is all that is required. Rarely, when long-term deformity prevents intercourse, surgery is recommended.
Peyronie’s disease, a condition of uncertain cause, is characterized by a plaque, or hard lump, that forms on the penis. The plaque develops on the upper or lower side of the penis in layers containing erectile tissue. It begins as a localized inflammation and can develop into a hardened scar. Cases of Peyronie’s disease range from mild to severe. Symptoms may develop slowly or appear overnight. In severe cases, the hardened plaque reduces flexibility, causing pain and forcing the penis to bend or arc during erection. In many cases, the pain decreases over time, but the bend in the penis may remain a problem, making sexual intercourse difficult. The sexual problems that result can disrupt a couple’s physical and emotional relationship and lead to lowered self-esteem in the man. In a small percentage of patients with the milder form of the disease, inflammation may resolve without causing significant pain or permanent bending. The plaque itself is benign, or noncancerous. A plaque on the top of the shaft (most common) causes the penis to bend upward; a plaque on the underside causes it to bend downward. In some cases, the plaque develops on both top and bottom, leading to indentation and shortening of the penis. At times, pain, bending, and emotional distress prohibit sexual intercourse. One study found Peyronie’s disease in 1 percent of men. Although the disease occurs mostly in middle age, younger and older men can develop it. About 30 percent of men with Peyronie’s disease develop fibrosis (hardened cells) in other elastic tissues of the body, such as on the hand or foot. A common example is a condition known as Dupuytren’s contracture of the hand. In some cases, men who are related by blood tend to develop Peyronie’s disease, which suggests that genetic factors might make a man vulnerable to the disease. Men with Peyronie’s disease usually seek medical attention because of painful erections and difficulty with intercourse. Since the cause of the disease and its development are not well understood, doctors treat the disease empirically; that is, they prescribe and continue methods that seem to help. The goal of therapy is to keep the Peyronie’s patient sexually active. Providing education about the disease and its course often is all that is required. No strong evidence shows that any treatment other than surgery is effective. Experts usually recommend surgery only in long-term cases in which the disease is stabilized and the deformity prevents intercourse. A French surgeon, François de la Peyronie, first described Peyronie’s disease in 1743. The problem was noted in print as early as 1687. Early writers classified it as a form of impotence, now called erectile dysfunction (ED). Peyronie’s disease can be associated with ED; however, experts now recognize ED as only one factor associated with the disease—a factor that is not always present. A cross-section of the penis (left) displays the internal cavity that runs the length of the penis and is divided into two chambers (corpora cavernosa) by a vertical connecting tissue known as a septum. It is believed that, during trauma such as bending, bleeding might occur at a point of attachment of the septum to tissue lining the chamber wall (center). The bleeding results in a hard scar, which is characteristic of Peyronie’s disease. The scar reduces flexiblility on one side of the penis during erection, leading to curvative (right).
Causes of the Disease
Many researchers believe the plaque of Peyronie’s disease develops following trauma (hitting or bending) that causes localized bleeding inside the penis. Two chambers known as the corpora cavernosa run the length of the penis. The inner-surface membrane of the chambers is a sheath of elastic fibers. A connecting tissue, called a septum, runs between the two chambers and attaches at the top and bottom. If the penis is abnormally bumped or bent, an area where the septum attaches to the elastic fibers may stretch beyond a limit, injuring the lining of the erectile chamber and, for example, rupturing small blood vessels. As a result of aging, diminished elasticity near the point of attachment of the septum might increase the chances of injury. The damaged area might heal slowly or abnormally for two reasons: repeated trauma and a minimal amount of blood flow in the sheath-like fibers. In cases that heal within about a year, the plaque does not advance beyond an initial inflammatory phase. In cases that persist for years, the plaque undergoes fibrosis, or formation of tough fibrous tissue, and even calcification, or formation of calcium deposits. While trauma might explain acute cases of Peyronie’s disease, it does not explain why most cases develop slowly and with no apparent traumatic event. It also does not explain why some cases disappear quickly or why similar conditions such as Dupuytren’s contracture do not seem to result from severe trauma. Some researchers theorize that Peyronie’s disease may be an autoimmune disorder.
Peyronie’s disease can be confirmed by a qualified urologist, without recourse to expensive tests or xrays. It has a characteristic history:
1. Pain with erection
2. Bending and or indentation of the erection
3. Loss of penile length
4. In some cases, pain is absent
There are specific findings on examination:
1. One or more hardened areas, or plaques, within the wall of the erection chamber
2. Reduced elasticity of the flaccid penis.

The most common angle is between 0 and 60 degrees : example60°: Photographs, usually taken at home by the patient, can establish the degree and type of distortion present. They become an important record of the condition, and are helpful for tracking response to therapy. Xrays or ultrasound pictures are not madatory, but they can show when plaque calcification has occurred. This finding, which relates to the potential reversibility of the condtion, is also important when surgery is being considered. Testing the integrity of the erection mechanism is occasionally recommended prior to surgery.

The penis has two major internal divisions, each responsible for a different function. The corpora cavernosa, which can be likened to hydraulic cylinders, create structural rigidity. The corpus spongiosum contains the urethra, or excretory channel. The corpora cavernosa are cigar-shaped tubes of strong connective tissue, filled with spongy muscle-lined cavities. Relaxation of vascular muscle causes inflow of blood and expansion of the corpora’s inner sponge during erection. As a result its wall, the tunica albuginea, is stretched tightly enough to produce rigidity. In addition to defining the shape of the erect penis, the tunica also has a key role in limiting blood outflow during erection. The paired corpora are joined within the penis, but separate at its junction with the body. At its base they diverge right and left, and attach to the corresponding pelvic bones. These two points, along with a midline suspensory ligament between the joined corpora and the pubic bone, form a sturdy three-point anchor. The urinary channel or urethra runs under the corpora cavernosa, while most of the penile blood vessels and nerves run along the top side.
Producing An Erection

In simple terms, this consists of trapping pressurized blood within the confines of a limited space. The chambers that accomplish this anatomically are known as the corpora cavernosa. Given the proper signal the spongy, blood filled spaces relax and open up, allowing the free inflow of blood. The chambers expand, pulling the tunica albuginea tight. It’s tension makes the corpora hard (resistant to indentation) and rigid (resistant to flexion). Secondarily, it pinches off the veins that normally let blood exit the chambers, trapping blood inside and contributing to the state of engorgement.

Can Peyronie’s disease cause impotence?
Impotence, defined as the inability to maintain a hard enough erection to have intercourse, is uncommon in Peyronie’s disease. Yet it frequently affects the erection mechanism in a less serious way. Scientific studies have shown that at some point in time, up to 40% of men with Peyronie’s disease have experienced some degree of erectile dysfunction. Usually, this consists of a reduction in maximum hardness. It is usually a temporary effect, and rarely causes enough softening to preclude normal intercourse. When associated with severe bending however, it can be a problem. Persistant difficulty with erectile rigidity can usually be treated medically. The cause for the erectile dysfunction of Peyronie’s disease is “venous leakage.” In other words, the blood that should normally be trapped within the taut confines of the tunica albuginea is leaking slowly out. By locally hardening the tunica, plaques may prevent the exit veins from pinching off in the normal fashion.
Damaging effects of mechanical stress
When fully expanded, the rigid corpora cavernosa forms something like an inflatable I beam. Mechanical forces on this structure will create a unique region of tissue stress at the top of the “I”. The majority of the tunica albuginea compresses with stretch during erection, but the topmost strip is subject to an opposite, delaminating force. Fibrin deposition, the first step in the wound healing process and the precursor to Peyronie’s plaque, usually develops in this area. The mid- topof the penis is the area most commonly involved by Peyronie’s disease. If Peyronie’s plaque forms in the hoop (circumferential) direction, it causes indentation or segmental loss of penile diameter. These so-called hourglass areas have a profound effect on over all penile rigidity. The resistance to bending of an inflatable tube is related to its cross sectional area. Because of this, indented areas make the erect penis easier to bend, even at high internal fluid pressures. By looking at the expanding corpora as a series of stacked elements, it is possible to calculate how much tunica must lose its elasticity to produce a given amount of bending. A plaque about six centimeters long is required in order to produce a 90 degree bend. In other words, little plaques cannot cause big bends.
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The most common cause of curved erect penis is Peyronie’s disease. This condition results from scarring of the lining of the cylinders. Other less common causes of a crooked or lopsided erect penis include congenital abnormalities of the cylinders or scarring of the cylinders from trauma, surgery or radiation.
What might cause an uneven or lopsided erection?
The back part of the penis enlarges, but the front part remains small:
Minor abnormalities of the penis during erection are common. They usually aren’t serious and don’t require evaluation or treatment. However, an abnormality severe enough to interfere with sexual activity (erectile dysfunction) should be evaluated by a urologist. The penis contains two spongy, cylinder-shaped structures. When a male becomes sexually aroused, nerve impulses increase blood flow into both cylinders. This influx of blood causes an erection by expanding, straightening and stiffening the penis. Rarely, an erection of unequal fullness as you describe can occur if the cylinders don’t fill and expand properly. Minor abnormalities of the penis during erection are common. They usually aren’t serious and don’t require evaluation or treatment. However, an abnormality severe enough to interfere with sexual activity (erectile dysfunction) should be evaluated by a urologist. The penis contains two spongy, cylinder-shaped structures. When a male becomes sexually aroused, nerve impulses increase blood flow into both cylinders. This influx of blood causes an erection by expanding, straightening and stiffening the penis. Rarely, an erection of unequal fullness as you describe can occur if the cylinders don’t fill and expand properly. The most common cause of curved erect penis is Peyronie’s disease. This condition results from scarring of the lining of the cylinders. Other less common causes of a crooked or lopsided erect penis include congenital abnormalities of the cylinders or scarring of the cylinders from trauma, surgery or radiation. Regardless of the cause of such an abnormality, treatment is available. Discuss your concerns with your doctor or urologist.
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Maintaining a Healthy Penis:
Keeping your penis healthy gets you far greater erection strength and stamina, as well as general sexual satisfaction. Simply put, a healthy penis provides you with a healthy sex life! As men grow older, the levels of male hormone, testosterone, gradually decline starting at the age of 30 and continue to do so at a staggering rate of 10 percent per decade. Since testosterone is a hormone that helps maintain sex drive, sperm production, pubic and body hair, muscle, and bone, the consequences slowly show as a man ages.
Most men who will basically experience one or all of these in varying degrees:
Hair loss
Bone loss
Sweating and flushing
Loss of physical agility
Increased fat
Aches and pains
Sleeping problems
Decreased sexual drive and performance
Therefore, maintaining a healthy and vigorous penis is maybe one of the more important things all guys should be mindful of. Do your penis a favor by considering the following suggestions:


Eat a healthy, well-balanced diet: To ensure normal erectile function, you need to keep the continuous flow of blood to the penis by taking care of the arteries that supply it. Consume a high fiber diet, low in saturated fats and you can be sure to prevent or reduce the build up of fatty deposits that narrow and clog arteries. Stay away from animal fats, sugar, fried or junk foods.


Quit smoking: Smoking constricts blood vessels and leads to a build of plaque in the arteries that supply blood to the penis. This results in diminished erectile function, shrinkage of the penis, and impotence later in life.


Avoid liquor and dangerous drugs: Alcohol and narcotics puts you in great risk of impotence or erectile dysfunction.



Exercise: Exercising is good for your overall health. Try brisk walking, running, cycling, or swimming for at least 30 minutes a day, three times a week.


Take nutritional supplements: Certain vitamins and minerals are good for maintaining general penile health, such as Vitamin A, Vitamin B complex, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Chromium, Zinc, and L-arginine. While certain herbs such as Ginkgo biloba, Ginseng, Damania, Sarsaparilla, Wild yam, Saw palmetto, Dong quai, Gotu kola, Hydrangea root, and Pygeum, are known to be particularly helpful for weak erections or impotence. Be sure to consult with your doctor first.

Stimulate your penis: Maintain healthy penis and prostate circulation by having regular erections and ejaculations. Natural penis exercises not only ensure good circulation but can also aid in penis enlargement, both in length and girth. This works best when coupled with the use of an enlargement device, penis enlargement pills, and semen volumizers.

Penis Health & Nutrition:
Your penis is not a separate entity from your body. It is part of your body. So if you are in a poor physical condition, you should not expect your penis health to be any better than the rest of your body. If you are under great stress, deprived of quality sleep and rest, suffering from an illness or are just malnourished due to a nutritionally deficient diet, you may lack the penis performance that you desire. Penis enlargement is a gradual process that is effected by many external factors. Blood circulation in the body is an important factor, as well as dietary health and regular exercise. Below are things that you can do for your sexual enhancement and for your success with penis enlargement.
Vitamins & Supplements:
We have more to say on the topic of personal health and vitamin supplements that can help improve health, penis size and vitality. One fairly easy way to help speed up the process of enlarging your penis is by supplementing your diet with a few secret ingredients. Some of these are not free, but if you want an added boost, pick them up at your drug store or wherever you can find them. In addition to helping you with our exercises, they can also give you the sexual “fuel” that you need to perform your best when it comes time for intercourse. Gregory’s “secret” ingredients are listed below, as they were in his journal.

Daily Supplements
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Vitamin B12
These vitamins can be found in a lot of one-a-day style vitamins, and you should read the information listed on the pill bottles before choosing one that fits your supplement requirements the most closely. Here are other two supplements that boost your sexual performance greatly:
L-Arginine (Amino Acid): This one is great for rock-hard erections and increased volume of ejaculate. Take 500mg daily and also 1000mg a few hours before intercourse if you want a boost in performance. Use in moderation and discontinue if you notice any side effects whatsoever.
Bee Pollen: This is a very good supplement to take. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and enzymes. Taking it will give you more frequent erections, more sexual energy, and also a bigger volume of ejaculate. Bee pollen comes in many forms, tablets, capsules, even live. If you can find the live freeze-dried forms in your health food store then purchase it, as it is the most potent.

Drugs and Other Hazards:
In terms of penis health, we find that some drugs are too dangerous even with moderate usage, such as cocaine and heroin. Many prescription drugs and antibiotics also may cause loss of sex drive to the point of near impotence. If you are on prescription drugs, and this is the case you should consult with your doctor, and a nutritionist and/or herbalist for a solution to your problem. Steroids can be very damaging to your sexual functioning in addition to the possibility of damaging your liver, kidneys and heart. Some of the side effects of steroids to the reproductive system are that you balls may shrink and you testosterone production may be significantly reduced. We all know that smoking cigarettes is bad for your health. But you may not know what it does to your sexual performance. When you smoke you decrease the blood and oxygen supply in your arteries and your sexual performance and firmness of your erection decreases.