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San Diego, California: Delayed ejaculation – everything you need to know about the surprisingly common problem
While you may be familiar with erectile dysfunction (ED) and premature ejaculation (PE), there’s another sexual issue that most men keep quiet about.
Delayed ejaculation (DE) is the third most common sexual disorder for men, but it’s rarely spoken about.
According to a survey by the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV, the condition affects between 5% and 11% of lads in the UK.
The sexual performance issue, which is sometimes referred to as retarded ejaculation (RE) or impaired ejaculation, can be either temporary or a lifelong problem.
Men who suffer from DE will have difficulty in climaxing during sex and usually need more than 30 minutes of sexual stimulation in order to orgasm, while some lads won’t be able to ejaculate at all.
To mark International Men’s Health Week, we spoke to Dr Seth Rankin about the surprisingly common penis problem.
The medical expert, who founded the London Doctors Clinic, revealed that delayed ejaculation typically stems from a few main causes.
He said: “Common causes of delayed ejaculation can be both psychological and physical.
“They include anxiety (which is the most common psychological cause), vascular diseases such as diabetes and neurological conditions like neuropathy.
“Delayed ejaculation can also be a side effect of some medication. Therefore, the type of treatment depends on the underlying cause.”
While there’s currently no medication to treat DE, sex therapy and meditation have proven to be effective in some cases.
If you’re concerned about DE, or any other medical issue, you should talk to your GP who can properly diagnose the condition.
It’s typically more common for men to suffer from premature ejaculation which affects roughly 30% of lads at some point in their lives, with 10% frequently suffering from it.
Typically a guy with PE will blow his load less than two minutes into sex, while the average guy can last for just over seven minutes.
Dallas, Texas: The Rising Popularity of the ‘Designer Vagina’
In recent years, the popularity of ‘vaginal rejuvenation’ surgeries, which includes vaginal tightening (vaginoplasty) and labial reduction or reconstruction (labiaplasty), have seen a significant increase. This is unsurprising, since mainstream media and culture constantly drills the notion into women that they can always look better, right down to their genitals. Moreover, several notable celebrities, such as Sharon Osbourne and TOWIE’s Gemma Collins, have openly talked about undergoing such procedures to achieve what has been dubbed the ‘designer vagina’.
According to a study by the International Society of Sexual Medicine in 2011, 87% of women who underwent vaginal rejuvenation surgery did so for purely cosmetic reasons. However, it is important to point out that this type of surgery is not just about cosmetics. There is no such thing as a ‘perfect vagina’, as labia comes in all different sizes and shapes and as such, medical professional carrying out these surgeries should be cautious when promising to give women a beautiful-looking vagina.
Cosmetic motives aside, there are a number of functional and medical reasons as to why women may want to undergo vaginal rejuvenation surgery. Giving birth or ageing can result in a lax vagina, making a woman feel self-conscious, or causing physical problems like incontinence and lack of sexual gratification. An enlarged or distorted labia can also create a genuine physical problem for many women, with discomfort occurring during sex, exercise or simply through catching on clothes.
In these cases, where the genitals are causing a woman significant problems in her day-to-day life, labial and vaginal reconstructive surgery is often recommended. Women are fed unrealistic representations of what they should look like on a daily basis and it is for this reason that any good gynaecologist will discourage women from undergoing vaginal reconstructive procedures based on superficial reasons alone.
You probably have to look at imagery of death and dying regularly to stay focused on what really counts in life: great sex before you are gone anyway.
San Jose, California: Doctor claims he can enlarge your penis with a ‘Botox-style’ injection
Where will the quest for a bigger package “down there” end?
You often hear the phrase “size doesn’t matter” when it comes to the length and girth of a man’s penis.
Still, many men feel they are inadequate in the bedroom and will do whatever it takes to make their partner scream with pleasure.
But what if whatever it takes involved a needle in your manhood, would you be game?
The demand for larger penises has seen a boom in cosmetic procedures and gadgets such as pumps, and even penile weights designed to stretch the muscle.
But now, a New York cosmetic surgeon believes he has the answer and it lies in a syringe full of blood.
According to Dr. Norman Rowe, a board-certified surgeon, a 10-minute Botox-style procedure can add 1.5 inches to the circumference of a man’s member.
Rowe already offers enlargements in the form of cosmetic fillers, which work to increase the girth and length of the penis.
Similar in fashion to what a dentist does, Rowe uses a numbing agent in the penile area before injecting it and in roughly 10 minutes men can have the penis they’ve always wanted.
His new idea involves injecting one’s own blood into their genitals, similar to what is already used in athletes to aid in muscle rejuvenation.
He told the Daily Mail: “In the last 10 years, we have seen the rise of so many “quick fix” operations like Botox – for the face, for the eyes … I spend so much of my day doing fillers on women’s faces.”
“I started to wonder: why can’t I make it work for men?”
The blood used in the procedure has been rid of its platelets, making it more concentrated.
The idea of the blood shots rose to prominence in 2013 when Kobe Bryant announced he used it to treat different parts of his body.
Then came the Kim Kardashian’s “vampire facelift,” which involved the reality TV star having her own blood injected into tiny pinpricks in her face.
Rowe explains on his website that penis fillers have little to no recovery time and there is no pain involved in the procedure.
But if you’re not willing to suffer through the prick of a needle in your, well you know, then there are other things you can do to make yourself stand a little taller, according to the NHS.
You could try trimming your pubic hair will help you look more impressive, as a big mound of hair can often make a penis look smaller than it is.
Losing weight can also help give the illusion of a bigger size as an overhanging beer belly distracts from what a lover should really be taking note of.
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