The penis is the male sex organ that reaches its full size during puberty. In addition to its sexual function, the penis acts as a conduit for urine to leave the body.
The penis consists of a cylindrical shaft with a rounded end called the glans (head of the penis). The shaft and the glans are separated by a groove called the sulcus. The entire penis - shaft and glans - is covered by a continuous layer of skin. The section of the penile skin that covers the glans is called the foreskin or prepuce.
The foreskin protects the glans throughout life. The glans at birth is delicate and easily irritated by urine and feces. The foreskin shields the glans; with circumcision this protection is lost. An erection results from changes in blood flow into the penis. When a man becomes sexually aroused, nerves cause penis blood vessels to expand. More blood flows in and less flows out of the penis, thus hardening the tissue.
Virility is described as a man’s ability to successfully engage in the act of copulation i.e. intercourse. This includes having healthy and plentiful sperm and the ability to attain and maintain a sustainable erection to allow for satisfactory sexual intercourse. For men, virility also provides pleasure, bolsters self-esteem and fosters intimacy.
Though there are numerous disorders of the male reproductive system including infertility, a persistent and usually painful erection (that isn’t caused by sexual stimulation or arousal), delayed ejaculation, painful ejaculation and retrograde ejaculation (when semen enters the bladder instead of emerging through the penis), loss of libido and inability to achieve orgasm, to name a few, erectile dysfunction (ED) and premature ejaculation (PE) continues to be the most common complaint related to male virility and is a major cause of concern to all men today.
ED has a direct impact on how it affects a man’s life and marriage. It is said that ED is the cause in two out of five failed marriages. ED not only affects the man but his partner as well and its impact can be described as follows:
Premature ejaculation occurs when a man ejaculates sooner during sexual intercourse than he or his partner would like. Premature ejaculation is a common sexual complaint. Estimates vary, but as many as 1 out of 3 men say they experience this problem very often.
Premature ejaculation can be classified as lifelong (primary) or acquired (secondary). Lifelong premature ejaculation occurs all or nearly all of the time beginning with your first sexual encounters. Acquired premature ejaculation has the same symptoms but develops after a man had previous sexual experiences without ejaculatory problems.
A common complication of premature ejaculation is relationship stress as in ED. Premature ejaculation can occasionally make fertilization difficult or impossible for couples who are trying to have a baby.
In the last 10-12 years, the number of women quoting sexual dissatisfaction as ground for divorce has doubled and it is one of the prominent reasons for divorce initiated by women. Women are very vocal about their sexual feelings and needs these days. A woman’s capability to have tireless multiple orgasms have made them crave for more. On the other side, more and more males are finding that they are not as active sexually as before and erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation are a very a common problem with them. The following cleanses maintain the health of the male reproductive system not only to have a better sex life but also to live longer.
Note: I have mentioned about various aphrodisiacs. Care should be taken that they are used in a proper way. They are best if used in partial raw form. They lose most of their value if roasted or fried. Excessive use of these spices gives extra load to body, with no extra benefit.
Your body is made from two halves welded together. The two sides develop at slightly different rates before you are born and that leaves: a slight twist in your penis. It’s called penile torsion and almost all men have it to a slight degree. It’s harmless unless your penis twists more than 90 degrees or a quarter of the way around when it’s flaccid.
Note: Only the outer 3 inches of vagina has sexual sensitivity. So any size beyond 4 inches is only for structural purpose and not linked to performance.