Best Penis Health Tips
What affects penis health?
- your ability to urinate comfortably
- your ability to get or maintain an erection
- your fertility
What conditions affect penis health and function?
Problems related to sexual function, sexuality activity and penis health include:
- Erectile dysfunction, the inability to get and keep an erection firm enough for sex
- Ejaculation problems, including the inability to ejaculate, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, painful ejaculation, reduced ejaculation or retrograde ejaculation, when semen enters the bladder instead of emerging through the penis
- Anorgasmia, the inability to achieve an orgasm despite adequate stimulation
- Decreased libido, a reduced desire for sex
- Sexually transmitted infections — including genital warts, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis and genital herpes — that can cause painful urination, penis discharge, and sores or blisters on the penis or in the genital area
1 Thing You Didn't Know About Your Penis
Use It or Lose It
You need to have erections regularly to keep your penis in shape. "It has to be essentially exercised," says Arshad Khan, MD, assistant professor of urology at Quaid-Azam Medical College Bahawal purTo maintain a healthy tone, the smooth muscle of the penis must be periodically enriched with oxygen by the rush of blood that engorges the penis and makes it erect, If a guy is physically able to get erect, but never has erections during the day -- maybe he finds himself in very un-erotic circumstances for a long time -- he needn't worry. The brain has an automatic penis maintenance function built in.Impulses from the brain cause erections during the dreaming phase of sleep, called the REM phase. It doesn't matter if you're having a hot sex dream or a zombie apocalypse nightmare -- your penis gets hard during that period of the sleep cycle.But some men are physically unable to get erections, such as those who've suffered trauma to the nerves involved or who have nerve or blood vessel damage caused by diabetes.