Saturday, December 31, 2005

Does Size Matter

Size and performance: Women speak out
When my editor asked me to write an article about how women feel about penis size, my immediate smart-aleck response was that the assignment would be done in just four words: the bigger the better. Realistically, though, that’s just not good journalism – for one thing, it’s my own biased opinion, and for another, even with a lot of personal experience, I probably haven’t sampled a large enough segment of the male population to consider myself an expert.

I decided to conduct a panel discussion with a group of women, and get opinions and thoughts right from the source. While my research did unearth some surprises, for instance, that there are women for whom size truly doesn’t matter, I found my thesis mostly validated. However, the comments revealed that this is a more complex issue than the usual big vs. small debate.

Ten women were invited to participate. I explained that they would have to be completely honest and detailed, perhaps even graphic, with their comments, but their privacy would be 100% protected. With these ground rules established, seven of the women agreed to “tell all” and take part in the article. Our participants were:

Iliana, 25
Meghann, 34
Elaine, 50
Sue, 48
Cecilia, 28
Caryn, 31
Jessica, 22

The transcript of the discussion follows:

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Friday, December 30, 2005

Super Erections

Ever wondered if you could create a “super erection” by taking pills for a time – something like steroids for your penis? Or are you concerned about your sexual performance and want to do something quiet about it? You wouldn’t be alone, as most men have or will try a penis enhancement pill (or product) at some point in their lives.

The penis pill originated from the "love herbs" and other creations that were popular during the 1970s and 1980s. Natural penis enhancement pills are composed of combinations of herbs and other compounds designed to increase erections when taken for an extended period of time – usually three to six months.

There are a number of natural herbs and extracts that can supercharge the performance of a man’s erection, giving men with erectile problems a means to overcome and deal with the dysfunction. Increasing the blood circulation to the penis, increasing the chemical factors involved in sustaining maximum volume, and consistently delivering those nutrients to the penile tissues that cause them to become more elastic is a sure fire road to super erections!

Listed below are some of the more common ingredients used for this purpose.

Combinations of these stimulants have long been known to enhance sexual performance, due to their tendency to either circulation, strengthen the vascular system, or to in some way increase free testosterone in the body. Cultures from South America, Africa, and Asia have long recommended various herbs and herbal combinations to combat flagging sex drive and lost performance due to sickness.

Leading manufacturers have taken up where the love herbs left off in the 80’s, using medical science to create more effective combinations of herbs, and making penis pills available on a wider scale. When medical science is coupled with the wisdom passed down from civilizations for thousands of years, the result has been penis enlargement pills that are an effective alternative to dangerous penile surgery.

Many different manufacturers produce penis enhancing compounds, but only a few brands come out on top. One of the top performers is produced by the Albion Medical Group, and has helped 1000's of men cope with and conquer serious erectile dysfunction issues.

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Thursday, December 29, 2005

Erection Quality

Erection quality – when your erection isn’t so great
There are several definitions but most frequently ED is referred to as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection long enough to complete intercourse.

Also called sexual dysfunction, erectile dysfunction (ED) is known as one of the more common forms of medical conditions that can affect men’s sexual performance. An astonishing fact: estimates show between 15 and 30 million Americans currently suffer from some form of erection problems.

A number of different things can cause these kinds of erection problems, but the most common include excessive stress, recreational or prescription drug use, liver disease (usually form alcoholism), or even from a penile implant that isn’t working properly.

Most of the causes are in fact physical rather than psychological to begin with, but some estimates show up to 70% have a psychological component as well – erection problems can be crushing to a man’s self-image.

Here we’ll show you some of the risk factors involved with this problem, how the condition is diagnosed, and how the many men master the problem – the solutions that work.

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Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Erection Basics

Anatomy of the Penis

The penis is made up of three separate cylinders. The two paired cylinders called the corpus Cavernosa are the force behind a man's erection and are made up of chambers that expand and fill with blood to the point of turgidity, creating the hardness of the erection. The corpus cavernosa are surrounded by a membrane, called the tunica albuginea which also contributes to erections by helping to hold blood in the penis.

The capacity of the Corpus Cavernosa to fill with blood during arousal limits erection length and thickness, and this function can decrease with age.

The third cylinder of the penis, located in a groove underneath and between the two larger cylinders, is called the Corpus Spongiosum, through which semen and urine are passed out of the body. Also housed within it are nerves, two main arteries and several veins. The Corpus Spongiosum also forms the head (or glans) of the penis.

Recently, it has been discovered that the penile tissue of the Corpus Cavernosa responds strongly to various herbal compounds. Because this tissue is highly vascular (contains a high density of veins and arteries) these ancient cures for vascular and circulatory health are seeing a re-emergence in Western medicine as treatments for erection problems.

The chambers of the Corpus can adapt to greater capacity and more effective function, so long as they receive the right supplementation and stimulation.

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