Nov
28th

Effects of extender on penis

  • 1:04 pm, Friday, November 28th, 2008

What are the exact effects of extender on the penis? According to Penis Extender Forum, this is the common question of men using the extender. The men as users have…

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Nov
25th

Ejaculate more

  • 2:20 pm, Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

In answering the need to ejaculate more loads, men should understand first the basic interplay that’s happening in his reproductive system affecting and relating to his ejaculate. Basic sex and…

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Nov
25th

Impotence

  • 2:19 pm, Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

According to an article published in early 2008, approximately 15 million men in the U.S. have problems with impotence.

Men afflicted with repeated impotence tend to be middle-aged and older, with such a condition most common in men 60 years of age and older. Regardless of the age, however, many men who have this problem can be treated successfully.

Impotence can result from a wide variety of problems. As with any other ailment, when a person begins having this problem repeatedly, he needs to see a doctor. The doctor will want to rule out the possibility of disease, injury, or side effects from medicine.

For example, cardiovascular problems, diabetes, injuries to the spinal column, and side effects from high blood pressure medicine are among the physical conditions that can lead to impotence. An erection occurs when the nervous system activates a rapid increase in blood flow. The vascular muscle in the spongy area becomes engorged with blood and outflow of blood is cutoff. Erection can be elicited by the so-called reflex erection as we see in spinal cord patients, or can be caused by psychogenic stimulation. Numerous sexual stimuli are processed by the brain and transmitted to the penis via the nervous system. In order to get an erection, the blood flow must increase and, at the same time, the blood has to be prevented from leaving the penis.

You can see there a lot of problems that can lead to impotence and only a few solutions. If you do not want to engage in surgery or prescription drugs, you can take a look at erection oils that work as a natural erection help.

Nov
25th

Effective penis extenders

  • 2:17 pm, Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

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Nov
25th

Breast Surgery Complications

  • 2:16 pm, Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

First and foremost there could be an allergic reaction to the anesthetic. General is considered to be more risky yet any anesthetic could bring on a negative reaction. Although extremely rare, it is possible to bleed post-operatively resulting in another surgery to control and drain the collected blood. Another possibility is hematoma (a collection of clotted blood), seroma (a collection of the watery portion of the blood) and thrombosis (abnormal clotting).

Loss of sensitivity is common, although temporary. Permanent sensation loss in the areola (nipple) area or breasts, in general, can and may happen. There is also a risk of excessive scarring or inner scar tissue. Also, you must have more views (films) taken when having a mammogram if you have breast implants — especially overs.

There is also a risk of calcifications — especially when there is a definite, thick capsule around the implant. And galactorrhea, which is when you start producing breast milk, is also a complication. This is usually remedied on its own and may stop spontaneously although some cases may need medication or implant removal. Although very rare, it is worth mentioning, full disclosure is the key to an informed consent.

Breast tissue atrophy (loss, shrinking) is a possibility. According to the FDA, “the pressure of the breast implant may cause the breast tissue to thin and shrink. This can occur while implants are still in place or following implant removal without replacement”.

Necrosis (death) of the breast tissue, breast envelope and or incision line can happen. Although extremely rare. The chances of necrosis are increased after radioactive/chemotherapy treatment, if you smoke and have poor circulation, or have temperatetherapy or cryotherapy post-operatively.

Extrusion is also an extremely rare occurrence but a scary possibility. Extrusion of the implant is where your body rejects the prosthesis and pushes it out of the skin, like when a piercing is pushed out or like when a thorn or splinter is pushed from the body. Then the implant may become visible under the skin and must be removed before it breaks through resulting in possibly an infection and definite major scarring.

Infection: You could develop a post-operative infection and need to have the implant removed, the infection dealt with and still have to wait for several months before an additional surgery can be performed to re-implant. Infections usually occur with the first 4 to 6 weeks. Some possible infections and a more common one being Staphylococcus, or simply Staph.

Is it really required to risk so much if you can easily find a guaranteed herbal breast enhancement product? It’s up to you.