Sex Matters: Myths of the Penis

May 28, 2016
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Are you one of those guys who can’t live without his mobile? Well, think again. It has been confirmed. Carrying your mobile in a pocket all day long may be prejudicial to maintaining an erection, according to new research presented at the recent World Meeting on Sexual Medicine. 30 men – 20 with erectile dysfunction (ED), 10 without agreed – to be tested on whether there was any sort of connection between mobile overuse and erection questions.

Researchers found that guys with ED kept their cells on them twice as long as the men without any penis problems. You shouldn’t underestimate the results of the research just because it was done on a small scale. There is a lot to be said about ‘myths’.

Myths of the Penis

Another thing you might have heard is that daily ejaculation hurts your swimmers. And a study done by the journal Fertility and Sterility will confirm that. Masturbating every day will decrease the number of sperm in your ejaculate, “It really shouldn’t concern you unless you’re trying to get your wife pregnant,” says Larry Lipshultz, M.D. Still, no need to stop those wild sperm showers us ladies so much enjoy all over our faces.

Myths of the Penis

Would it be new to you if I told you it is believed by most that the average erection is 8 inches? Does that bother you? It shouldn’t. On one hand the average length of a penis is a much more manageable 5.5 to 6.2 inches long, according to a 2007 review published in the British Journal of Urology International. On the other hand – to a woman, size hardly matters. In fact, only 9 percent of the ladies surveyed said the size of the ship was the most important factor for great sex. Sixty-seven percent said technique and slow-building friction was most crucial for sexual satisfaction. As Albert Einstein said: “Imagination is everything.” But still, don’t bring out the handcuffs too soon.

Have you been told peeing sitting down is better for your bladder? You may have heard you’ll be able to empty your bladder more efficiently if you sit down to pee rather than stand. “In fact, a lot of men report the opposite,” says Dr. Lipshultz. “When you sit to void, you’re creating a very acute angle in the urethra—so standing is actually much more effective.”

Have you been telling your partner your semen is low-carb? Stop doing so. There’s plenty of research investigating the health benefits of semen: “Semen is mostly fruit sugar [fructose] and enzymes—not low-carb,” says Marc Goldstein, M.D., a professor of reproductive medicine and urology at Cornell University’s Weill Medical College.

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