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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Erections help keep your penis healthy - use it or lose it!

Erection problems are common as men get older. And they're something no man welcomes.

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"When you get erectile dysfunction, there's this stigma of 'I can't perform, I'm not a man anymore' and it's quite damaging," says specialist Dr Doug Lording, who has worked in the field for more than 30 years.

When it comes to a healthy penis though, the principle of 'use it or lose it' seems to apply.
There's even the idea that older men could perhaps use sex as a way to reduce their odds of developing erectile problems in the first place.

But does regularly having sex really help a man avoid developing erection problems?

While there's no, ahem, hard proof, the answer is quite possibly yes, says Lording, Honorary Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Monash University and an andrologist at Melbourne's Cabrini Hospital.

"I think it probably does, but I don't think it's a proven thing. I don't think there's been enough work done to say there's conclusive evidence that's the case."

It's certainly true however that "getting erections helps keep the penis healthy" he says. But whether sexual intercourse has benefits for the penis over and above those provided by a man's normal night time erections, or by him masturbating, hasn't been tested.

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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Watermelon has Viagra-like effects

In 2008, a team of researchers at Texas A&M found ingredients in watermelon that deliver Viagra-like effects to the body’s blood vessels may even increase libido. “Arginine boosts nitric oxide, which relaxes blood vessels, the same basic effect that Viagra has, to treat erectile dysfunction and maybe even prevent it,” said Dr. Bhimu Patil, director of Texas A&M’s Fruit and Vegetable Improvement Center in College Station, according to Science Daily.

Although watermelon may not be as organ-specific as Viagra, it can give Viagra-like effects without the drug’s side effects. This may be good news for men who cannot safely take erectile dysfunction medications if they have heart problems, high or low blood pressure, a history of stroke, eye problems, severe liver disease, and kidney disease, says the Mayo Clinic. Men without a history of the health problems listed above can experience side effects such as headache, indigestion, and in rare cases, dizziness or fainting.

Above article taken from Medical Daily

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Your penis' sensitivity declines with age

A man’s nether region should not only be judged based on how it performs in his love life but in his everyday life as well. A healthy penis is vital to ensure the entire male body is fully functioning and at optimal performance to complete daily processes. A penis’s sensitivity, size, and erection are all associated with male health in terms of what’s normal and what’s not, which may serve as an early indicator of problems in other areas.

A decline in penis sensitivity is completely normal for a man as he ages, although how much sensitivity is lost remains undefined. The sensitivity of the penis is evaluated by the least amount of stimulation a man is able to feel. According to the department of psychology at the University of Texas at Austin, age-related decrease in libido is usually attributed to a decline in testosterone levels and changes in receptor site sensitivity to androgen. Sensitivity starts to decline from age 25 and on, with the sharpest decline seen in those between age 65 and 75.

Every time you get nocturnal penile tumescence, or “morning wood,” your penis is actually staying in shape. The muscle of the penis must receive oxygen via blood flow that causes it to engorge and become erect. If men don’t experience regular erections, the penile tissue can become less elastic and shrink, which could make the penis one to two centimeters shorter.

A healthy penis is not just about how well a male performs in the bedroom, but also about how it functions on a day-to-day basis. If the penis is not able to get erect, it could reflect problems that go beyond sex, an indicator of problems with other organs in the body. Remember men, your penis is a dipstick indicator of health. 

MD: 8 Things Your Penis Can tell You About Your Health

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Men with big testicles make poor daddies

A recent US study measuring fathering habits and testicle size suggested that bigger may not be better when it comes to the day-to-day raising of small children. The research involved 70 US men of varying ethnicities — most were Caucasian, five were Asian and 15 were African-American. All were the fathers of children aged one to two. The larger the volume of their testes, the less the men were involved in daily parenting activities like changing diapers, said the study by researchers at Emory University in Georgia.

In comparison, men with smaller testes showed more nurturing activity in the brain when shown pictures of their children, and also were more involved in their children’s upbringing, according to surveys answered separately by both the fathers and their female partners.

Since the testes are where sperm is made, and their size can be linked to the amount produced, the researchers said their study is unique and the first of its kind.

“I wouldn’t want to say that men with large testes are always bad fathers but our data show a tendency for them to be less involved in things like changing diapers, bathing children, preparing meals, taking them to the doctor and things like that,” said lead author James Rilling, an associate professor of anthropology.

“Other people have looked at testosterone and parental behavior but as far as we know we are the first to look at testes size and parental behavior and we think we are getting at something different,” said Rilling. “We are suggesting that men with larger testes are more built for a mating effort strategy and as a consequence are less built for investing in children.”

Source: "Do big balls make bad dads?"


Thursday, July 18, 2013

Men's erect penis size depend on method of arousal

The average American man's penis is 5.6 inches (14.2 centimeters) long when erect, a new survey of 1,661 men finds. The study, published online July 10 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, is relatively consistent with the results of prior surveys of penis size.

In the new study, Debby Herbenick, a researcher at Indiana University, and her colleagues asked 1,661 men to measure their penis's length and girth for the purposes of fitting for a condom. (The men submitted their data online.)

At the time of their measurement, some men were with partners or "a friend," although most employed a DIY method for attaining an erection. Moreover, all erections are not created equal, the study also found.

Different methods of obtaining an erection may lead to different size measurements — men in the study who became aroused through oral sex reported larger penis size on average than those who attained erections through fantasizing, Herbenick said. "We don't know if that means that when men have oral sex that it's more arousing and they get a bigger erection, or means that men who have bigger penises could be getting more oral sex in the first place," Herbenick told LiveScience.

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Sunday, June 02, 2013

Do women judge men by their penis size?

Call it sexist or sensationalist, but now science suggests it’s so: women find men with bigger penises more attractive.

Reporting in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, researchers led by Brian Mautz, now a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa in Canada, studied how 105 young Australian women rated attractiveness in males.

The researchers, including those from Monash University and Australian National University, asked the women to view life-size video clips of computer-generated images of naked men who varied in height, body shape and flaccid penis size, but not in other qualities like facial attractiveness and hair. The women gave each image a rating from 1 to 7 on total sexual attractiveness, rather than assessing individual characteristics.

But height was equally important. Shorter men with larger penises were ranked as more attractive than shorter men who were not as well endowed, but they still remained on the low end of the scale for overall appeal, says Mautz. “You’d think that if penis size is super attractive, it might help shorter guys more. It does increase attractiveness for short men, but they still are under average in attractiveness scores.”


Sunday, May 20, 2012

Is your penis too big for her?

Advice for women who find the penis a mouthful to swallow

Next time you want to pleasure your man orally, start by swirling your tongue around his nerve-packed corona (the ridge where the head meets the shaft) and gently sucking the tip of his shaft. As his arousal grows, lick the length of his penis, alternating between sweeping up-and-down strokes and circular motions. You'll really make his toes curl if you caress his balls as you tantalize his manhood with your tongue. Or, lick his testicles as you manually massage his shaft.

When you're ready to take more of him into your mouth, try this titillating gag-proof technique: Form a tube with one hand and put it against your lips. Then, wrap your mouth around his shaft and slide your mouth and hand up and down in unison (make sure he's well-lubed with saliva or water-based lubrication). You'll send him into an orgasmic tailspin if you use your free hand to rub his frenulum (the thin ridge that runs the length of the underside of his penis) or supersensitive perineum (the area between his balls and anus) at the same time.


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