Do you want to know some of these sufferings?
- The potency: One study says that the risk of developing heart disease for men suffering from erectile dysfunction is 65% more than those who do not. The blood vessels of the penis are smaller and narrower than those of the heart or brain.
- Your pee from yellow to red: YES, a urine that looks pink or red is not a good sign. This can be an indication that you are sick of the prostate or kidney, the same happens with the semen, so you should go to the doctor without letting time pass.
The libido is gone: If the fire in the bed is not the same as before. A group of researchers related that men with lower oxygen levels in the blood at night have less sexual desire. If you snore loudly or you wake up feeling choked, that may be what affects your performance.
Your limb is swollen: But it is not an erection, it really looks like it was hit and it hurts. This sensation can be balanitis, caused by bacteria or some virus, almost always due to poor hygiene. Diabetics are more likely to get it.
It is not as sensitive as before: It may be due to poor diet, you may lack vitamin B12 or folates, as your deficit makes nerve fibers do not conduct signals well from your brain. It may also be because you have diabetes.
You need to urinate more than usual: It may be due to a benign prostatic hyperplasia, which usually does not cause symptoms, affects 90% of men between 70 and 80 years. This is because the size of the prostate increases and tightens the conduit that carries the urine to the outside.
You ejaculate less and you do not reach orgasm: This may be due to a low testosterone count, it would also be related to that you are medicating you with selective serotonin inhibitors, that is, antidepressants; According to a study is what can cause difficulties to reach orgasm.
An erection is angled suspiciously: Do not be scared, it could be because you are part of the 23% of men over 40 years of age with Peyronie’s disease, a pathology that causes the erect penis to bend at an angle of 30º or plus. Around the penis a tissue is formed, which would indicate much or little sexual activity.
Warts: Of course it is a symptom that you have to take into account, you may have contracted the Human Papilloma Virus, which could lead to you developing penile or even anus.
The sun: Yes, it sounds strange but it is likely that if you expose yourself a lot in the sun, you lose the sexual desire, so it is not recommended that you take a long time to sunbathe.
The most accurate measurement of the size of a human penis can be derived from several readings at different times since there is natural minor variability in size depending upon arousal level, time of day, room temperature, frequency of sexual activity, and reliability of measurement. When compared to other primates, including large examples such as the gorilla, the human penis is thickest, both in absolute terms and relative to the rest of the body.
Measurements vary, with studies that rely on self-measurement reporting a significantly higher average than those with a health professional measuring. As of 2015, a systematic review of the best research to date on the topic has concluded that the mean length of an erect human penis is approximately 13.12 ± 1.66 cm (5.17 ± 0.65 in). Flaccid penis length is generally a poor predictor of erect length.
A statistically significant correlation between penis size and the size of other body parts has not been found in research. Some environmental factors in addition to genetics, such as the presence of endocrine disruptors, can affect penis growth. An adult penis with an erect length of less than 7 cm (2.8 in), but otherwise formed normally, is referred to in medicine as a micropenis.
Penis size is positively correlated with increasing testosterone levels during puberty. However, after puberty, administration of testosterone is not capable of affecting penis size, and androgen deficiency in adult men only results in a small decrease in size. Growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) are also involved in penis size, with deficiency (such as that observed in growth hormone deficiency or Laron syndrome) at critical developmental stages having the potential to result in micropenis. (Wikepedia)