Penis anatomy and proper care of the male wedge. Penis. An irreplaceable treasure in a man's lap. In addition to its essential reproductive function, it is a source of endless pleasure for both men and women. However, this only applies if it is healthy, fit and cool. In addition to the basic lesson in the anatomy of the genitalia, you will learn important practical advice on how to take good care of it so that it stands firm for you, for a long time (and for a long time) and you can play a real sexy theater with it on a regular basis.
- Penis anatomy
- Erection mechanism
- On the wave of ejaculation
- Male circumcision
- Healthy sexy penis and its proper care
- Practical advice for keeping your penis fit
The penis is the male genitalia and, together with the testicles and scrotum, forms the male genitalia. The genital organ can be divided into three basic parts - the acorn, the root, and the body. It contains corpus spongiosum, corpus cavernosum. Inside the penis, there is the urethra.
The root of the penis is the most proximal part of the penis. It is located in the urogenital triangle of the perineum, where it is fixed to the pubic symphysis via the two suspensory ligaments of the penis. The root consists of the two muscles (ischiocavernosus and bulbospongiosus muscles) and proximal expansions of the erectile tissues; the two crura of the penis and the bulb of the penis.
The corpora cavernosa are the two erectile masses found within the dorsal part of the penis. Each begins within the root of the penis as the crus of the penis, traverses the shaft, and terminates within the glans. The penis is firm and ready for sexual intercourse the moment it is filled with blood.
The corpus spongiosum is a spongy mass of the erectile tissue found within the ventral compartment of the penis. The corpus spongiosum features a distal bulbous expansion at the end of the penile shaft as well, which forms the glans penis.
The glans show a rounded base called the corona which demarcates it from the penile shaft. The glans is covered by the foreskin (prepuce), which is a double layer of loose retractable skin that attaches to the ventral surface of the glans. The attaching site of the deep layer of the foreskin to the urethral surface lies under the corona and is called the frenulum. In the glans there the most nerves are situated and are therefore the most sensitive.
The urethra is part of the urinary tract and is closely connected to the reproductive system. The seminal fluid through the urethra. The entire urethra is led from the bladder to the penis. The sexual journey begins with the prostate.
The scrotum is a haven for the testicles. It is a leathery bag. The skin of the scrotum is just the skin extending from the abdomen. If you perceive a difference in appearance, it is the amount of sebaceous and sweat glands, hair, and pigmentation. It is divided into two halves by a partition and changes shape. The wall of the scrotum contracts in cold weather and the testicles contract to the abdominal wall, where the testicles are warmed.
The testicles are a paired organ and produce testosterone, which is the male sex hormone. It produces sperm in the ejaculate, which also contains the seminal plasma where the sperm can move. It is produced in the accessory gonads. The epididymis is a storage sperm that matures here and then travels through the vas deferens, a strong muscle tube connected to the urethra.
Erection is a natural prerequisite for reproduction and sex. During erection the penis hardens and its volume and length increase. The erection itself occurs through a relatively complex process of irritating the nerve loops in the lower spinal cord. These can be activated in various stimuli and ways:
- Sexual arousal (touches)
- Information from the brain (reactions to dreams, fantasies, acoustic or visual stimuli)
- Full bladder (morning erection)
Sexual arousal is the trigger of the erection and due to the relaxation of the smooth muscle of the artery walls, the flow of blood to the penis, and spongy tissue in the corpora cavernosa, which begin to fill with blood, increases. These then mechanically compress the blood-draining veins and reduce blood flow.
The penis fills with blood, lengthens, and hardens. It will erect. The membrane helps retain blood in the corpora cavernosa and ensures that the erection is maintained during sexual intercourse. Erection ends with the end of stimulation or after sexual climax and ejaculation. The flow of blood to the penis is reduced, as is the pressure of the corpora cavernosa on the blood-draining veins. Blood drains from the cavernous body and the penis shrinks.
On the wave of ejaculation
During ejaculation, ejaculate (containing sperm) is expelled sharply from the penis. It is usually together with orgasm when the penis is stimulated by sexual intercourse or masturbation. There is also pollution (spontaneous ejaculation of semen), which usually occurs during sleeping. Penis stimulation can be replaced by massage/prostate stimulation. Premature ejaculation is usually a problem for young and inexperienced men, but there is also the opposite, the ability to delay ejaculation. Ejaculation is an intense feeling of pleasure.
Male circumcision is a small surgical procedure, the foreskin (skin fold) that covers the glans is removed. A distinction is made between partial and complete circumcision. About a quarter of all men are circumcised worldwide. It is quite common in African countries and for religious reasons among Jewish boys. Muslim boys also undergo circumcision at a later age.
The foreskin is the most sensitive part of the penis, which contains approximately twenty thousand unique nerve endings that are removed by circumcision, thus reducing a man's sexual enjoyment during orgasm. The comfort of everyday life is reduced because the acorn is exposed and rubs against the laundry as it moves. It is said that men with circumcision have more stamina during sex because their glans is less sensitive.
- Hygiene in the first place. An unwashed penis is something a woman in her hand or vagina doesn't want. When it comes to oral sex, you should have something to offer. Nobody has a taste for a rotten banana. Everyone can wash their penis in the sink with lukewarm water anytime. Don't forget to dry well with a clean towel. If you belong to a group of men who can do (at best) with a bar of soap for the whole body for several months, then you are not wasting it on your penis and doing well. Mr. P. prefers only water because various chemicals in the form of bath foams and shower gels only destroy his protective microflora. If you belong to the group of lovers of fragrant gels and foams, then eliminate their contact with your most sensitive part of the body.
- Masturbate. Often! As is well known, an organ that is not in use is stunted. This is doubly true for the penis. So masturbate daily, whether you have sex or not. Besides scientific studies are increasingly proving that ejaculation is the prevention of prostate cancer. So treat yourself to a regular dose of a powerful spray. The speed of the semen during ejaculation reaches up to 50 km / h. Even the water in the stream, which does not flow, begins to rot and stink. The universal principles of life also apply here. Regular masturbation keeps Mr. P. healthy and fits into old age. I believe that you will not object to regular training. After all, it is mainly (apart from health) a pleasure.
- Be cool. The psyche plays a crucial role in the lack of appetite for sex and erectile dysfunction. Efforts to eliminate stress and seek peace and well-being belong to life in general and are also important for a quality sex life. If you have a long-term erection problem, don't be ashamed to go to a sexologist, who, unlike non-functional and expensive preparations, can help you. Do not worry about the size or shape of the penis. Most men are 90% exaggerated in length. If you are not yet 25 years old, then you still have a chance to grow a little more. The worldwide average length of the erected penis is 12 cm! And it's no secret that a trained vagina can hold a pencil firmly. So feel free to recommend vaginal exercises to your partner. It will benefit her health and your partner's sexual pleasure.
- Don't underestimate prevention. Check the condition of your penis regularly for anything that does not belong there. At the slightest sign of changes (spots, warts, etc.), run to the urologist. Once a month, take a moment to self-examine your testicles. Gently feel the scrotum and feel any change (lump, bump, swelling, painful area). It is ideal to involve a partner in this habit, who will also check your lap visually.
- Do not consume alcohol regularly. Such behavior leads to disruption of sexual arousal and failure in moments when you do not want it. An occasional small dose can multiply your sexual experience, but in the long run (especially the classic Czech five-beer) leads to problems with erection and stamina.
- Eat healthier. Poor diet and smoking do not contribute much to the health of the penis and its function. So if you want to be a good sexual partner for a woman (men) and enjoy one of the most amazing fun to old age, take comprehensive care of your health. Physically and mentally.
- Protect yourself from sexually transmitted diseases. Before you start, check whether you have adequate protection.
- Sleep naked and wear looser underwear. (Testicles and sperm do not like heat. That's why nature placed them outside the body.)
- Be careful when applying anesthetics and advertising on guaranteed top preparations, which will ensure you endless endurance, take it with a grain of salt.
- As you use increasingly sophisticated sexual toys, keep in mind that you only have one penis and that it is a sensitive thing that cannot be repaired or replaced so easily.
- Watch out for intertrigo! You can avoid it thanks to loose clothing and proper hygiene.
- Protect it from heat and sun. If you enjoy being naked in the summer sun, apply sunscreen to Mr. P. He doesn't have much pigment, he's not used to the sun's rays (unless you go naked all year round) and his burning hurts a LOT.