Cycling and Male Fertility

There been some concern that cycling may affect fertility. Well, there is a couple of parts to it, and a lot of it is a relief in good news, and there is one part that popped up to raise some eyebrows in some concern. But the good part of it is that we’ve been concerned about whether cycling and the pressure in that area where the seat is at bicycle will affect a man’s fertility and potentially the sexual function. And this study is ruled that out, it is shown that there is no difference in men that cycle for long periods of time versus that counterpart that don’t, for fertility and reproductive health. Decide on that study was that they notice that the men that were cycling at longer times, over eight hours per week, more being found to have a higher incidence of finding prostate cancer.

So the question came up “is cycling inducing or causing prostate cancer?”. Most of us don’t believe that that’s the case. The way we detect prostate cancer is a protein that’s released from prostate cells into the bloodstream called a PSA. There’s a lot of things that can make that rise in the blood stream, but that’s when we raise an eyebrow to see if we need to detect prostate cancer or not. So the question is it a cause and effect which that study is certainly not a cause and effect study. And it’s probably more the pressure being put in that area is increasing PSA’s and those men are getting detected and being tested a biopsy more than the men whose PSA are not rising as much because they’re not getting that pressure.

In fact, there’s another study year ago where they looked at men, this is an Australian study, and they took guys, and they did a blood test to checked their PSA. They want them to cycle anywhere 55 from to 160 kilometers, and they rechecked their PSA and their PSA’s rose by an average of 10 percent. So it is more that we’re detecting more the guys that may have cancer there already that is actually causing it so I would encourage people to stay on the bikes.

Obviously being in Austin, one of the cycling capitals on the planet, you know, this is a great way for guys to stay fit. Cycling has a lot of health benefits: improving cholesterol, blood sugar, keeping good body muscle, minimizing body fat. All these things are important for overall health and yes it may actually help detection if that test is done within a certain timeframe after long periods of cycling. So certainly again I don’t think there’s any strong indication based on the state that guys need to get off the bike for any concern. If anything it’s encouraging that it’s not having a bad effect on fertility reproductive health which we’ve always wondered about. So that’s nice reassurance.

Treatments For Erectile Dysfunction

Those folks who have a serious problem, penis enlargement pills can’t get enough medication to the area where we need it(view sizeanswers.com). Why? Because when you take a pill, it goes through your intestinal tract, circulates through your entire system, it goes to your heart, your lungs, your brain, and these medications will have some reactivity in those areas if they’re at very high dosage. But on the other hand, you can take medication that’s similar. Put it in a syringe with a very fine needle injected directly into the anatomical structure of the erectile body in the penis. And when you do this, you can overload that reaction, and you can produce a quite good erection. And somebody, for instance, who’s had, let’s say a major cancer operation, where a lot of the nervous tissue has been destroyed, you can still get this reaction in the erectile tissue of the penis, and that’s known as injection therapy.

When Viagra came along, it’s kind of an interesting story. It really started out as a heart medication for people had chest pain. But when Pfizer – the company that developed this – put this out for trial, what they found was: yes it worked for chest pain, but when they want to collect their samples of the medication that were on trial, they could not get their medication back. Why? Well, the patients had found out this medication did something that really wasn’t all related to chest pain. What it did was it inhibited five phosphodiesterases and those folks who had erection problems, although they thought they were treating their heart when they started, were really treating the erection problem. And the company then realized that they were really onto something.

But what happens when this doesn’t work? Well, there are surgical options. And today’s marketplace and health minimally invasive is a very important word; it means that we don’t disturb the body much. Well, penile implantation is quite doable through minimally invasive techniques. And what’s more, it’s been done for a very long time; it’s been present since the very late 1970s, and today there’s probably more than 300,000 implants in place. And the part that you really need to know is most of those patients have very good success with this as a treatment option. And it’s an inflatable device; it has a reservoir, and a pump, and cylinders. The cylinders are placed in the erectile bodies and the patient through manipulation of the pump can control the erection and make the penis soft at his choice.

There have been over 300,000 devices implanted. This is been going on since the early 1980s, and most of the patients feel quite satisfied with the way this product works for their particular problem. The cylinders are made of plastic; the fluid is sailing. So when it’s pump ed through the system, if there is a break in the tubing it’s just sailing which is compatible with body fluids, and there really is minimal risk.

Facts About Female Sexual Dysfunction

When should pre-menopausal women seek treatment for this?

Anytime a pre-menopausal woman experiences a sexual concern, it’s appropriate to talk to her healthcare provider. Because certainly, it could be a stressor of everyday life, relationship changes. But it could also be from:

  • Medication she’s taking;
  • It could be an underlying medical disorder that needs to be diagnosed. So maybe the sexual concern is a symptom of this disorder such as depression or hypothyroidism;
  • And it certainly could be female sexual dysfunction.

So whenever there is a concern, a woman should speak to her health care provider.

So this was a national survey that was done in 2500 women between the ages of 21 and 49. It was created by the American sexual health association. And really what this study was looking at is “what is the impact of low sexual desire in a woman’s life.”

The findings from that study are consistent with what we’ve seen in other research studies looking at low sexual desire. You know, it’s interesting, if you look at previous studies that have been done, typically you’ll see more of a negative impact on sexual function as women approach perimenopause and menopause. That’s not really what we saw in the survey. When they stratified the women into two age groups, so 21 to 34  and 35 to 49, they really didn’t see any difference in terms of the impact that low sexual desire had on these women’s lives.

The survey was really interesting because it showed that about just over half of the women in the survey were not very happy with their level of sexual desire. They felt that their sexual desire at the time they took the survey wasn’t close to what it was years ago. So they were concerned about that. 93% of the women felt that their low sexual desire put a strain on their relationship. The majority of the women in the study felt that the low sexual desire would have a negative impact on the relationship. And what I found was really interesting is that again a majority of the women felt they either couldn’t talk to their doctor about it there are solutions available.

So really interesting findings that bring home the point of it is the responsibility of the healthcare provider to bring up sexual function concerns with their patient. It should be a part of every conversation that we have because we know that not only do sexual dysfunction cause these concerns but medications we put patients on, medical conditions that people experience, can all affect their sexual function; and sexual function for most women is considered a very important component of overall health and well-being.

Does low sexual desire always indicate female sexual disorder?

No. So there’s two buckets women will experience low sexual desire for many reasons. It could be, as I said before, relationship changes, stressors, fatigue, multitasking, medications, hormonal changes, breastfeeding… The list goes on and on. When we’re talking about female sexual dysfunction, we’re talking about a problem for concern that is chronic in nature, so it’s lasting six months or longer, and it causes a woman personal distress. So this is a bothersome issue to her. It doesn’t get better with date night; it doesn’t get better with going on vacation. And these women will say “I’m attracted to my partner, I love my partner, I want to be there for my partner.” But unfortunately because of the sexual dysfunction they can’t.

What Is the Most Popular Way to Stop Premature Ejaculation?

Do you suffer from premature ejaculation? If you do, don’t be discouraged. Why? First, because you are not alone. And second, because it is common and there are many ways to stop it.

According to Mayo Clinic, about 1 in 3 men suffers from this sexual disorder at some point in their lives. Fortunately, it is not a life sentence. That’s right; you can treat this problem. How? Well, here we present you with some of the most popular ways to stop premature ejaculation.

#1: Have more sex

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Yes, you read it right. Have more sex. Men who have this problem need sexual experience. It is known that performance anxiety can cause premature ejaculation in most cases. Also, the psychological problems can be a reason of this disorder. So you need to know your partner better and feel yourself comfortable with him.

#2: Kegels

Kegel exercises are not exclusively for women. In fact, these exercises can help you to control your ejaculations. Kegels strengthen the PC muscle, which assists in controlling ejaculation. All you need to do is to compress muscle that you use when you stop urinating. Squeeze it for 10 seconds and then release it. Try to do this at least 3 times of 10 repetitions each day. Yeah, it requires consistency and commitment if you want to see results.

#3: Masturbate

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Yes, masturbate. Specifically, masturbate before sex. You may already know this ploy from school years. Well, if it doesn’t, we will not put it here in the first place. But remember that the older you are, the longer your down and out period should be. What does this mean? This means that you will need to have more rest between sex than in your teenage years. So, you should find out how many time you need to rest. Know yourself.

#4: Wear condoms

Wear condoms. A special one that is. A lot of men say that with condom they don’t get the real feelings of sex. However, if you have premature ejaculation, the condom will only help you. How? Let us explain. By dulling the sensations you feel during sex, it can enhance your sexual stamina. If it doesn’t help, you can try a special condom that is soaked with benzocaine. Benzocaine is an anesthetic remedy which will numb your penis. But despite the fact that Benzocaine is only inside, your woman may notice that her feeling are less intense. This can happen, though.

Penis Enlargement Surgery

So, I understand you’re here to talk about penis enlargement surgery. Do you know how long your penis is flaccid now? About three inches. It’s about three inches, yeah, OK. So that is a bit on the small side, isn’t it? Yeah. When you have the lengthening surgery, it can have the impact of making the erection slightly lower. You probably won’t notice it much looking down at the penis, but the angle of the erection can be slightly lower.

When the lengthening surgery has settled down, we start you on a penis extender. And as you can see these little adjustments they actually put more or less tension on the penis. If you use this consistently after the surgery for up to another months, you can get a bit of extra length, maybe another inch, on top of the length that you’ve got with the surgery.

Guys find it very hard to admit to something they probably already know, that their penis is not the size it should be.

To increase the width and girth of a penis costs almost 7000 pounds.

Surgeons are surgeons, you know. They’re not magicians. So, a guy comes in, and he’s got a two-inch flaccid penis, and he wants something that, you know, is eight inches then he’s asking for a magician. They will start telling you actually why they want the procedure done. And obviously, some ladies use vibrators so sometimes when they use a vibrator, the gentleman then… If the vibrator’s bigger than the gentleman, then the gentleman doesn’t satisfy the woman. So that is another reason. I think it’s all about self-confidence because many men did it for themselves and not for their wives.

For the girth, at the moment, the technique we’re using is taking some fat tissue from wherever it’s available. We process this fat, and we inject it on the top and the side, never underneath, where you have all the nerve endings. And that will increase the girth at about one inch and a half. A lot of men, a lot of patients think that the length is really important for the sex life. I had to actually tell them that the girth is more important.

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Men, nowadays, I think it’s changed so much, and men like to look just as good as women. Some men have got a perfectly normal-sized penis, but they’ve got it into their head that they need it bigger, and it’s not as big as it should be. I think a lot of it is, if they’ve seen porn movies, they’ll see how big them gentlemen are, and they’ll compare sizes that way.

I mean, a large penis is perceived as a sign of manliness. And more and more men are having surgery and are prepared to have surgery. And I think this generation, the generation, you know, the 25 -year-olds, the 30-year-olds that are having cosmetic surgery, their parents have had surgery, so there’s much more of acceptance, an acceptance about cosmetic surgery.

With the lengthening procedure, the surgeon makes an incision in the pubic area. It’s like an inverted Y, a Y upside down. There’s a cut there and a small cut just to either side of the penis. He gets down to a ligament called a suspensory ligament, and when that’s cut, this releases the extra length. Typically, it’s about an extra four to five centimeters. That’s called the suspensory ligament of the penis.

Now, for the surgical options, there is no sexual activity for six weeks, so it’s quite important that you go by that.