Tuesday, 18 October 2011

The Truth about Viagra, ED, and Penile Fractures


The Truth about Viagra, ED, and Penile FracturesAs much as we men love our members, the design is far from perfect.  From a biological standpoint, the penis is a true marvel. It must be able to go from a completely flaccid state to rock-hard in a matter of moments, rapidly increasing in size and shape as it does.  During this process, damage to the penis can easily occur.  A couple years back, “Grey’s Anatomy” viewers got an idea of this possibility when Dr. Sloan has a penis fracture during sex.
Since a lot of the men taking Viagra are older males who may not be having sex as frequently as in their youth, the likelihood of penile fractures, or broken penis, increases.  Also, ED can severely deteriorate the overall health of the penis.  In order for a penis to remain healthy, it must get adequate blood flow and be exercised regularly.  This normally happens in the 3-5 erections that men experience nightly.  Men with ED, however, do not experience these regular nightly erections.
When mild penis injuries repeatedly occur (some so mild that the man might not even notice), it can lead to a condition called Peyronie’s disease in which the penis has a predominant curvature.  Even though penile fractures and Peyronie’s disease are far from new conditions (there have been reports of them since the 10th century), medical professionals are now noticing a new factor related to them: Viagra.
Studies are now showing that Viagra can put some men at risk of getting penile fractures but, with other men, actually can help prevent them.  The way that a penile fracture happens is this: during erection, the penile cavities are rapidly filled with blood.  The penile cavities are surrounded by a tunic which stretches as the penis grows and expands with erection.  If the penis expands too much, then this tunic can snap.
Penis injuries are much more common in young men who have healthy blood circulation systems.  That is why it is strongly recommended against men who don’t have ED to use Viagra recreationally.  The increased erection power could actually lead to penis damage.  Also, it is moreThe Truth about Viagra, ED, and Penile Fractures likely for a penile fracture to occur if the woman is on top because the wrong shift can lead to strain on the penis and result in a fracture.
However, for older men who have chronic ED, taking Viagra can actually help prevent penile fractures.  The reason for this is that the penis requires a workout in order to stay healthy.  Just like your muscles, if you don’t use it – you lose it.  That means ED can weaken the tunic of the penis.  After prolonged periods of time without getting an erection, the penis tunic can lose its elasticity.  By taking Viagra, men with ED are actually improving their penis health and reducing the chances of damage occurring during sexual activity.

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