Erectile dysfunction is defined as the persistent inability to achieve or maintain penile erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual performance. The Massachusetts Male Aging Study surveyed 1,709 men aged 40-70 years between 1987 and 1989 and found there was a total prevalence of erectile dysfunction of 52 percent. It was estimated that, in 1995, over 152 million men worldwide experienced ED. For 2025, the prevalence of ED is predicted to be approximately 322 million worldwide. At its most basic level, an erection is a matter of hydraulics. Blood fills the penis, causing it to swell and become firm. But getting to that stage requires extraordinary orchestration of body mechanisms. Blood vessels, nerves, hormones, and, of course, the psyche must work together. Problems with any one of these elements can diminish the quality of an erection or prevent it from happening altogether.
Additional sexual stimulation initiates the bulbocavernous reflex. The ischiocavernous muscles forcefully compress the base of the blood-filled corpora cavernosa, and the penis reaches full erection and hardness when intracavernosal pressure reaches 200 mm Hg or more. At this pressure, both inflow and outflow of blood temporarily cease.
Chronic high levels of blood sugar associated with diabetes mellitus often damage small blood vessels and nerves throughout the body, which can impair nerve impulses and blood flow necessary for erection. About 60% of men with diabetes experience ED.
It’s usually difficult for a man to get another erection right away. The length of the interval between erections varies, depending on a man’s age, his health, and whether he is sexually active on a regular basis. A young, sexually active man in good health may be able to get an erection after just a few minutes, whereas a man in his 50s or older may have to wait 24 hours. One reason may be that nerve function slows with age.
COLOSSAL – A decent product that is relying on flashy advertising and marketing gimmicks to over-hype the product produced by this Scottsdale, Arizona based company. In fact, one thing that is very disturbing in their ads is an endorsement from a Dr. G Johnson MD. Why isn’t the doctor’s name given? Why isn’t his area of specialty (i.e. urology) cited? This endorsement with a doctor not fully identified seems odd. Many surveys commented on how peculiar this seemed. Putting this issue aside let’s look at the formula itself. Delivered in a capsule form, it is a nice mixture of herbs and ingredients that can help you improve your erection size, energy and vitality. It’s a 1398mg per two capsules serving of 21 ingredients including Long Jack, L-Arginine and Maca Extract. Long Jack has been a compound that has really gained favor in the last few years due to some new findings. It has been shown to dramatically improve sexual performance and stamina.
Now 5/6 months after i stopped my period has gone crazy again lol. It came in a distance of 15 days and doesn’t want to go away AGAIN, i talked to my doctor and she said to do an ultrasound to see if everything’s fine and she may give me levlen ed again, i asked her if all these symptoms can be from taking the pill even tho i stopped taking it 5/6 months ago and she said YES!
In the UK, diseases of the heart and circulation (cardiovascular disease), including heart attacks and stroke, are the main causes of death. Nearly 1.4 million men have coronary heart disease in the UK and around 50,000 men in England alone have a heart attack each year.