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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Changes in male sexual organs

Age affects a man's sexual function. When testosterone in the body begins to decline, it took longer for old men to achieve sexual arousal. Although already aroused, it took him longer to get an erection and achieve orgasm. After orgasm, she also needs a longer effort to be aroused and orgasm again.

According to experts, the age factor was also influential in determining the volume of semen and sperm quality in a man. Impotence or erectile dysfunction is also associated with older age, ie, can occur at ages 40 to 70. One study showed, the Adam's masculinity can be decreased 60 to 30 percent.

Another bad news, the men also would naturally decline in urinary function. Research shows that the flow of urine to fizzle out, which is a consequence of the weakening of the muscles of the bladder and prostate enlargement.

And, that alone is not enough. But new research suggests that the size and shape of the penis will experience significant changes when a man started to move from the height of her sexuality (the 30s) to middle age and old age. Here are four changes that occur naturally on the penis men with age:

1. Appearance
According to Irwin Goldstein, MD, director of sexual medicine at Alvarado Hospital in San Diego who is also Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Sexual Medicine, there are two major changes will happen to Mr P. Head of the penis (glans) regularly keunguannya will lose color, which is a sign from reduced blood flow. In addition, there will be loss of pubic hair slowly.

2. Penis size
Weight gain is commonplace when he grew older. When fat collects in the lower abdomen, the appearance of the penis size will be changed. "Piled up a lot of fat on the prepubis make the penis look shorter shaft," said Ira Sharlip, MD, professor of clinical urology at the University of California, San Francisco.

"In some cases, fat deposits in the abdomen makes the hidden penis. One way to motivate patients with obesity is by telling them that the size of the penis can grow again up to one inch with a simple, namely to cut weight," said Ronald Tamler, MD, PhD, Co-Director of Men's Health Program at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City.

In addition to shrinkage of the side view (its reversible), the penis is also likely to experience shrinkage of the size of the actual (irreversible). Depreciation is-both in terms of thickness-penjang or will not happen dramatically, but it looks real. "If a man measuring 6 inches when erect when at the age of 30, may be changed to 5 or 5.5 inches when she turned 60 or 70's," said Goldstein.

What makes the penis shrink? There are two things that become the cause. The first is due to the deposition of fatty substances (plaque) in the penile blood vessels, which affects blood flow to vital organs. This process is called atherosclerosis, a similar mechanism that causes blockages in coronary arteries-that trigger heart attacks.

The second reason is the accumulation of inelastic collagen (scar tissue) slowly in the fibrous sheath that lines the chambers erection (erection chambers). Own erection occurs type these chambers are full of blood flow. Blockage in the penile arteries and the more-is-no elastic chamber will make getting an erection was not optimal.

Just like penis size is changed, the testes are also experiencing the same thing. "Starting at around age 40, the testes will begin to shrink," says Goldstein. Testes 30-year-old man may have a diameter of about 3 cm, while men aged 60 and probably only about 2 cm.

3. Curve
If the accumulated scar tissue in the penis are not evenly distributed, turned out to be a curved penis. This condition is known as Peyronie disease, which often among men in middle age. This disorder can cause very painful erection and make intercourse difficult. To overcome these problems, surgery is usually required.

4. Sensitivity

Some research indicates that the penis over time will become less sensitive. This will make a man achieve an erection or orgasm. However, whether this will also reduce the pleasure in sexual intercourse would still debated.

Not an obstacle in enjoying sex

If indeed all these things experienced by you, the experts argue decline in function or shape changes in vital organs do not have to make your sex life to be disturbed.

A recent study involving 2213 men in Olmstead County, Minnesotta, showed that the respondents experienced a decrease in erectile function, libido, and ejaculatory function. However, in terms of sexual satisfaction, its reduction is not too dominant alias is still moderate.

"The most important thing in achieving a satisfying sex life is the ability to satisfy your partner, and it does not require the level of peak sexual performance or penis that big," said Goldstein.

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