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You are interested in making your penis bigger right? Of course. Let me give you a shocking statistic that might scare you – the average man’s penis shrinks 19.8% by the time he is 50 years old! Yikes! This was a study done by Dr. Pierre Ducant. Well with this in mind my first secret is pretty simple – you have to use your penis pretty often. I mean you should have sex, as often as you can, but if you don’t have a partner right now you should masturbate like 3 or 4 times a week. This keeps the capillaries in the two chambers of your penis active and supple. It won’t make them bigger or longer but it won’t get smaller and it will stay healthy and in good shape. Sounds funny to talk about your penis as being “in good shape” but it’s true. It’s not different than any other muscle in your body. Think of it like walking your dog or watering your lawn – but sex is a lot more fun than watering your lawn!

Erectile Dysfunction & Impotence

Erectile dysfunction (ED) refers to problems with achieving and maintaining an erection for satisfactory sexual intercourse (sometimes called impotence).  “Ejaculating too quickly” (often called premature ejaculation or rapid ejaculation) is another common sexual difficulty that men face.  These conditions are separate, but can occur together.  Of all the conditions men face, sexual difficulties are the most personal.  ED is extremely common, afflicting an estimated 30 million North American men.  This does not mean that erectile dysfunction is inevitable or permanent, and today, there are many modern treatments available.  No matter how long a man has been experiencing these problems, he can be treated successfully.

What Causes ED?

There are two categories of ED: Physical ED and Psychological ED. Physical ED may result from damage or deterioration to nerves or blood vessels of the penis.  It may also be caused by problems with hormones like Testosterone or might be as a result of a more significant underlying medical issue.  Many drugs, and alcohol, uncontrolled diabetes and smoking to name a few, can damage arteries and cause ED as a side effect. Nerves damaged by spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, or surgery can also give rise to erection difficulties.  Psychological or emotional ED arises from fear, stress, worry, anger or frustration.  It may also develop from “performance anxiety” (a man’s fear that he won’t perform well during sexual intercourse), or from the embarrassment of premature ejaculation.

Possible Symptoms of ED:

Premature ejaculation
Trouble gaining or maintaining an erection
Weak erections
Loss of desire for sex
Performance issues or anxieties

Testosterone Discovery Changes EVERYTHING!

Did you know that approximately 2% of men are born with a naturally large penis of over 9 inches? I’m sure you’ve seen them in a locker room at some point in your life. Well, science has discovered in the last five years that the reason some men are naturally bigger than others is not a result of some “genetic gift” that only the lucky 2% has and others will never have. No. The real secret has to do with the testosterone in your body. Specifically, the answer lies in the balance or ratio of “free” testosterone vs. “bound” testosterone. This is the key. Let me explain:

Not only is testosterone is the primary sex hormone in men, but it also regulates your body’s physical appearance, and affects numerous pathways and systems in your body, including penis size. Your body has two types of testosterone: “free” testosterone that circulates throughout your body “freely” (thus the name “free” testosterone) and the other is “bound” testosterone (which is attached or “bound” to proteins in your body). Bound testosterone accounts for 90-95% of the testosterone in your body, while free testosterone normally accounts for the remaining 5-10%. Now, science has discovered that the more free testosterone in your body, the larger your penis becomes. So the key is to convert some of the bound into free!!

 PREMATURE EJACULATION

What is Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is one of the most common forms of sexual dysfunction and is thought to affect up to 29% of men. Both the term “premature ejaculation” (PE) and the term “rapid ejaculation” (RE) are used to describe this condition. The most accurate definition of PE is “the persistent or recurrent onset of orgasm and ejaculation with minimal sexual stimulation before, on, or shortly after penetration and before the person wishes it causing marked distress or interpersonal difficulties”.

There is no clear time limit associated with PE. Most simply put, if you ejaculate too quickly (more quickly than you would like) and if this condition bothers or upsets you, it is likely that you have PE.

With professional help from the exceptional staff at the Canadian Men’s Clinic, there are several ways to correct this problem.  Treatment is aimed at helping the man maintain his erection, improve his confidence and control his ejaculation.

What Causes Premature Ejaculation?

In some instances, PE can be a side effect of erectile dysfunction. In other words, the anxiety associated with not being able to maintain an erection can often lead to a habit of early ejaculation.  However, when a man is able to have normal erections, premature ejaculation may be caused by physical and/or psychological problems.

Throughout the world, attempts to better understand the physical causes of PE are underway.  The physical problem associated with premature ejaculation can be simply described as “over-sensitivity” of the penis.  In these cases, the man responds far more rapidly to normal sensations, resulting in rapid ejaculation, much sooner than he expected.

Psychological causes of PE are often associated with “performance anxiety” – anxiety relating to sexual intercourse.  The man focuses only on the process of ejaculation, and not on the enjoyment of sexual intercourse, leading to increased tension and usually premature ejaculation.  Men may actually avoid sex because they fear not satisfying their partner.  This can cause further difficulties in the relationship or make it difficult for him to find a partner.

Performance anxiety may also lead to erectile dysfunction as the fear and stress associated with sexual intercourse makes achieving and maintaining an erection much more difficult.

SANDTON CLINIC

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                                 CLINICS & CONTACTS

JOHANNESBURG CLINIC SANDTON CLINIC
132 Fox Street                               199 Vanessa Street
Mathomo Mall, Jhb Central                             Buccleuch, Sandton

Tel. (011) 037 4418

CELL. (081) 595 9372

 

                         Tel. (011) 051 9234

                    CELL.  (082) 969 0781

Treating Erectile dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation, Low libido and offering No-Scalpel, No-Needle Vasectomy. 

In addition to educating menre about no-needle, scalpel-free, gentle vasectomy procedures, this web site will also provide men with a better understanding of erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, why these problems occur, and what treatment options are now available.  No matter how long a man has been suffering from erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation or low sex drive, these concerns can be successfully treated.

 Men's Health Clinic
Sandton • Johannesburg

0-11-MEN'S DR'S (081 599 5785)