Monday, January 30, 2006

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Saturday, January 28, 2006

Penis Enhancement Pills FAQs

How do penis pills work?

Penis enhancement pills act on the erectile tissue of the penis to increase blood flow, and also on the body’s hormonal system to increase availability of testosterone, thereby increasing sex drive. The science is relatively simple, but the effects can be life changing, especially for men who have had problems for a long time.

What are the ingredients of penis enhancement pills?

Most pills contain a combination of various herbs and plant extracts that have a history as folk medicine. Some of the more common ingredients include Ginkgo, Ginseng, Catuaba bark, Tribulus Terestris, Hawthorn berry,Damiana, Saw palmetto, Cascuta seed or bark, Epimedium, and Muira Puama. Many of these show promise in medical research, although a lot of work must still be done for most of them to clinically prove what common people have been saying about them for centuries. See the section on ingredients for more information on each of these.

Many supplements also include Yohimbe, an African libido and sexual enhancer that has been connected to heart problems in susceptible people. Care is needed when selecting a pill that is effective and safe. VigRX, MagnaRX, and VP-RX are three such products.

Will I definitely see results?

If you buy a quality product and use it as directed, you will see results. Outcomes differ between people, again because of differences in individual biochemistry, but quality ingredients do actually produce results. Otherwise we wouldn't see such long use in folk medicine. Something doesn't typically get remembered and prescribed for hundreds of years if there is no effect. In addition, much medical research has gone into many of these ingredients, proving their effectiveness in increasing sexual performance.

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Thursday, January 26, 2006

Penis Pill Ingredients

Ingredients Listing
There are a number of ingredients that make penis enhancement pills effective. Some of the more important of these ingredients are listed here, along with their historical medical uses. A focus is placed on Ginseng, as it is one of the most prominent ingredients, but others are also listed.

Asian Ginseng Root (Panax)
Herb used for at least 2000 years to improve libido, counter impotence, relieve stress, improve stamina, regulate blood pressure, and enhance immunity. Other uses are listed here (not a complete list, as there are other things it is effective in treating).

Erections and libido

Ginseng extracts have been medically proven to improve sperm production in men and are now thought useful in treating impotence. The active compounds, known as ginsenosides, are believed by the medical community to increase libido by depressing prolactin levels in the blood.

In a study done in Korea (1995), 90 men with erection problems of some kind were given one of three treatments - an anti-depressant, a placebo, or ginseng. The placebo and anti-depressant groups actually showed 30% improvement, but the group taking ginseng improved about 60 % on average.

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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Penis Pill Basics

How Do Penis Enlargement Pills Work?
Natural penis enlargement pills are composed of combinations of herbs and other compounds designed to increase erections when taken for an extended period of time - a three month cycle is usually recommended.

The penis pill originated from the "love herbs" and other creations that were popular during the 1970s and 1980s. The penis pill consists of herbal supplements and/or chemical compounds that act as stimulants which increase blood circulation and enlarge the erectile tissues within the penis. This results in longer, firmer erections.

For example, clinical studies of a substance called Yohimbe (from the bark of an African tree) have shown it to increase sexual arousal in rats. Unfortunately, when used by humans, it can have nasty side effects including sweats, hyper nervous stimulation, and is suspected of triggering heart attacks.

Men who are interested in Yohimbe should look to safer herbs that have similar effects, such as the South American combination of Catuaba and Muira Puama (another pair of sexual stimulants), or Ginkgo Biloba (used for over 4000 years, and the subject of over 300 modern medical studies).

For more information on specific ingredients found in penis enhancement pills and what they do for the body, read the Ingredients listing page our site.

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Sunday, January 22, 2006

Is there help for erectile dysfunction?

A viable option (and highly successful in many cases) is treatment with herbal combinations. In clinical testing, several herbal ingredients have been proven highly effective against mild to moderate cases of ED, with clinical results showing as much as 90% effectiveness in treating erection problems. One source of these ingredients can be found at the following website:

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Friday, January 20, 2006

Erectile Dysfunction Faq's

What are the physical causes?

Physical causes for erection issues include:

Alcohol intoxication and regular alcohol usage
Recreational drugs
Tobacco use
Excessive physical fatigue
Stroke or heart disease – all circulatory issues
Problems with the prostate or bladder
Low testosterone levels, usually due to endocrine problems
Liver or kidney disease or failure
Spinal-cord injuries
Surgery around or near the genitals
Regular high psychological stress
All of these causes and more have been found to be directly responsible for causing E.D.

How is erectile dysfunction diagnosed?

Your doctor is the best way to tell. They can give you a physical exam and ask enough questions about what you are doing that might be causing the issue. Blood and urine samples may be tested for diseases and disorders. Other tests may also be needed. Your doctor will determine which tests are right for you.

A simple test is to ask if you have difficulty gaining or sustaining an erection that is satisfactory for sex more than 75% of the time. If so, you likely have a form of E.D. Less than that, or having intermittent problems means that it is not as likely to be E.D, or that you have a borderline case that is much more easily treated.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Talk to your doctor about erectile dysfuntion

How to talk to you doctor
Ok, let us assume for a moment that you think you have an erection issue. You want a solution, but you just don’t know how to bring it up with your physician. This is a problem in itself! Here are a few tips to help you out.

It is important to know that you have a lot to gain by bringing up this issue. A solution is more than possible in most cases, and the sooner you can get a physician to get a look at it, the better chance you have of getting rid of it fast!

In the worst case scenario, some men go for years without treatment, and the cause gets so out of hand that the erectile problem becomes much worse – or even permanent! Get help as soon as possible.

Another trick for avoiding embarrassment is to tell everyone in the office you are there for a general check-up. Go to the appointment, and when the doctor comes in, tell him or her that you “want to discuss changes in erectile function.” This will help you get past the bringing it up stage. Even practice saying these (or similar) words – say them to yourself in the mirror if need be. This is important to your quality of life, and you owe it to yourself to make this issue go away.

Here are three key points to remember that will make it easier:

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Monday, January 16, 2006

Am I Alone with Erectile Dysfuntion

You are not alone
Do you feel like you’re the only one in the world with erection problems? Don’t be so naïve, because you are not at all. Not only are erection problems common, but there are many different types of solutions available to help you solve it!

Who else has erectile problems?

Current estimates suggest that as many as 10 percent of adult men experience erectile dysfunction, making it a common condition. This means that 30 million men in the U.S. alone have some form of E.D.

In some groups of men this number is much higher. For example, in diabetic men, it could occur in as many as 40%, climbing to 50% of men between the ages of 50 and 70 years. It is also more common in men who have suffered heart difficulties or other cardio vascular problems.

According to the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS), there were nearly 8 doctor’s visits for every 1000 men in the U.S. in 1985. By 1999, just shy of 15 years later, this number had increased to over 22 visits per thousand men. This shows that the number of men who are seeking help have increased nearly three fold! No, you are definitely not alone.

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Saturday, January 14, 2006

What is ED (Erectile Dysfunction)

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 from 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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Thursday, January 12, 2006

Extender Faq's

FAQ: Penis enlargement devices
What is the penis "traction" device?

These are medically designed devices designed to apply continuous pressure, or stretching force, known as "traction," to the penis for length and girth enlargement. One of the most popular and effective models available today is was designed by a urologist and created by a medical company in Denmark. It applies penile traction by means of adjustable, calibrated bars between an anatomically curved base that fits comfortably at the base of the penis, and a surgical-grade silicone band that slips of the glans (head) of the penis. Penile traction pressure can be adjusted as the penis lengthens, or for comfort. This device is meant to be discreetly worn under the clothes and/or during sleep. Marketed under two names; ProExtender and Andro Extender, these devices can be obtained online (our direct suggestion would be ).

How does a penis traction device work?

The penis traction device simply fits onto either end of the penis and creates a gentle expansion pressure. This expansion safely applies a calibrated, continuous pressure by means of a system of expandable bars. This stretching opens up spaces between penile cells, and triggers a growth - healing response in the body, in which adjacent cells begin to divide and fill in the space. With continued use, the growth can number in the millions of new cells, significantly adding size and tissue to the pressured area.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Extender Design and Safety

One of the important questions (and most frequently asked) is "how safe is it? Men want to be sure that any device that they place on their penis, especially something mechanical, is not going to cause problems. Most people would agree; it's wise to know all you can about any medical process before you commit and begin.

Penis extenders usually follow a similar design and the best models tend to conform to a design like the one outlined below.

Extender design

Most extenders consist of the following parts. The base of the unit (which is pressed against the body) consists of a plastic ring, usually designed with a notch for the urethra (for comfort). A pair of metal bars (spanner bars) attaches to the base and act as the main support for the unit, often containing a spring in the better quality units.

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Sunday, January 08, 2006

Tissue Expansion

A medical revolution

Tissue expansion is a revolutionary technique for human body modification, and has both a medical history over a century. In recent (recorded) history, a medical practitioner Codvilla first used expansion for medical purposes in 1905 in an attempt to lengthen a femur. This experiment was followed up later in the century when the medical practitioner, Neuman expanded skin using an inflatable balloon in 1957. Many successful experiments followed, resulting in a body of medical knowledge and the invention of new traction techniques.

Human tissue expansion has totally revolutionized plastic surgery during the past 30 years. Expanders and guided tissue growth have now been successfully used to enlarge many areas of the body, from bone to muscle and everything in between.

Tissue expansion is now used to reconstruct breast tissue. Placed under the muscles of the chest (pectoralis major), expansion is now a common procedure for breast reconstruction after surgical removal of breast tissue due to cancer (mastectomy). This allows a ‘filling in' of the missing tissue, and a return to a more natural appearance, rather than using prosthetics.

Burn patients have also seen fabulous recoveries through treatment with a tissue expander to increase available skin, rebuilding their appearance without the massive scarring that typically results from such injuries. In short, tissue expansion has revolutionized reconstructive surgery.

Now tissue expanders of a different kind are being used in Europe and in North America to safely and successfully increase penis length.

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Friday, January 06, 2006

Extender Basics

How do penis traction devices work?

Penis traction devices are coming into popularity as of late, and with all the ‘new’ attention, some people wonder if this idea is brand new and untested.

In fact the technique of using traction first took root in ancient tribal customs, and the spiritual and cultural practices of indigenous peoples. Now even our modern medical community is using this method for rebuilding tissue in surgical patients. The idea is centuries-old. What is new is the development and creation of safe, effective, medically approved devices that can be used at home. These are now well-tested and well-documented, and have a history of producing results.

Most of us are familiar with the more extreme examples of what traction can do, like the practice of using neck rings (native Thai peoples), and the ear and lip disks worn by various tribes in South America. These native peoples have been known to use these principles (stretching the human body) to enlarge various body parts to unbelievable sizes.

You may actually have seen this type of thing on National Geographic Explorer, or the Discovery Channel; native cultures like the Sadhus of India, the Peruvian Cholomecs, or the Papua Indians of New Guinea all are said to have used penis stretching to achieve lengths of over a foot and a half! There are many examples of indigenous peoples having used these techniques to achieve penis elongation.

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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Sex Health

Maximum sexual performance
“Performance stands out like a ton of diamonds. Non performance can always be explained away."
Harold S. Geneen

There is no denying a great sexual performance. It stands out “like a ton of diamonds”, and a top sexual performance is undeniable. You will impress your partner and make a lasting impression that they’ll remember for a long, long time!

Penis enhancement pills can get the equipment working like a well oiled machine, but you need to sustain that performance, and here’s how to do it.

Get your head in the gamefor the intro page to the LEC animation promo Psychological factors can also cause up to 20% of cases of erection issues. Even though there’s usually an underlying physical problem to start with, it gets made worse by anxiety, lost confidence, stress, and depression. These are the psychological factors you need to beat to maximise your sexual performance! for the intro page to the LEC animation promo Stress related to work or income, or as the result of marriage issues can have a major effect on your short term sexual performance. Over the long term, stress can result in damage to the circulatory system, again key to maximum sexual performance. Anxiety about not being able to perform tends to become a self-fulfilling prophecy, and a poor performance can lead to others until you ‘get your head back in the game’. Penis enhancement pills can help by giving you that extra little confidence to deliver a great performance once again.

Depression is a very common cause of erection issues, and can have both physical and psychological effects. Even moderate depression can physically damage a man’s sexual performance, even when he is totally aroused by and comfortable with his partner and the situation.

If you suspect stress or other psychological factors may be hindering your performance, you can use herbs (natural medicine), or see your physician to work out a program to deal with it. Either way, get these factors under control to help you perform like a champion again.

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Monday, January 02, 2006

Erection Faq's

What is an erection?

An erection is the body’s natural response to sexual stimulation, where the penis inflates with blood and becomes hardened and erect. An erection usually causes the penis to stand up and away from the body. Erections will go away after ejaculation, which is the release of seminal fluid through the urethra, or after any psychological or physical sexual stimulation stops, which may or may not result in ejaculation.

What are wet dreams?

‘Wet dreams’ are the result of ejaculation during sleep. It is normal for men to have several erections throughout the night, and when coupled with sexual thoughts or dreams, can result in ejaculation. They are normal, and usually more common during puberty than in adult life, but can occur any time.

What causes an erection?

Erections usually start with thoughts or feelings of a sexual nature. These then translate into messages that travel along the nervous system to the tissues of the penis, where the smooth muscles in the walls of the arteries loosen to increase blood flow to the penis. Physical stimulation to the penis (or other erogenous zones of the body) can also cause an erection, by teasing the brain into the ‘sexual mode’.

Can you get too many erections?

What is normal for one man may be completely abnormal for another, so this number changes for every man. Some men experience many erections every day, where others may experience only one or two a week, or less. The hormones that affect erections fluctuate with age, sexual maturity, level of sexual activity, and the amount of sleep a man is getting. Unless erections are happening often enough to cause discomfort or pain, frequent erections shouldn’t be a problem. Talk to your doctor if you're concerned, as they’ll have the answers you need to feel comfortable with your personal rhythms.

Can I control - when I get an erection?

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