Archive for the ‘Sexual health’ Tag

Explosive Erections   Leave a comment

We all know that nitric oxide relaxes the spongy blood vessels within the penis, allowing increased blood flow and creating the erection. And we all know that Viagra, first designed to treat angina pectoris (chest pains), was accidentally discovered to increase blood flow to the penis as well.

Well, now doctors at University Hospital, London, have published a study in the Journal of Sexual Medecine, uncovering a remedy designed to treat arthritis (containing nitro glycerin) that when rubbed into the male genitals, had the same effect as Viagra. Better still, it worked up to 12 times faster – only 5 minutes waiting time for some!!

In case you didn’t know it already, nitro glycerin is a highly volatile explosive.

But here’s a warning: Viagra, and other nitric oxide donors such as amyl nitrate (known as “poppers”), are PDE 5 inhibitors and should not be used with nitro glycerin gel or spray; the combined effect of the two types of inhibitors are likely to lower blood pressure to dangerous levels. And, unless you have been diagnosed with erectile dysfunction (ED), neither product is going to benefit you.

ED can be attributed to many causes and hit men at any age, but increasingly beyond the fifties.If you think you might benefit from chemical help, consult your doctor.

Happy love-making.

Clive

 

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Want to get pregnant?   Leave a comment

Research shows that lying on your back after sex won’t increase a woman’s chances of conceiving.

In a study last year by VU University Medical Centre, Amsterdam, women having artificial insemination were told to stay in bed for 15 minutes, or get up immediately – the latter became pregnant more easily!

The researchers said there was no reason to stay in bed for longer than it takes to ‘get your breath back.’

You can read how fast sperm swim and how long it takes to travel from the man’s ejaculation to penetrating the female egg, and all the struggles it has to face on its way, in Exploring Sex, Love and Lust.

Happy love-making.

Clive

Bigger Penis   Leave a comment

If you have bought my book ‘How to Maximize Your Manhood – What Every Red-Blooded Male Needs to Know’, or are thinking about it, or wondering if it might be all ‘smoke and mirrors’, this message is for you.

Having helped many thousands of men over the years who felt short-changed in the trouser department, and received many complimentary reviews and comments, I want you to know that it is very rare to find a man who didn’t benefit from using the exercises in my book. Many have also approached me directly when feeling it wasn’t working for them – and I can, and do, help. Far better to seek help than to simply post a negative review without finding out how or why it failed you.

As far as I can find out, I am still one of those rare authors who actually makes himself available to his readers. For a personal confidential and fully private conversation designed to help you through the recommended routines, don’t just sit there wondering! Get in touch with me – at absolutely no cost (apart from the very modest cost of buying the book). Email clive@exploringsexloveandlust.com and I’ll talk you through to gaining that all-important confidence of knowing that your manhood will always impress!

With very best wishes.

Clive

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The Wrong Blood!   Leave a comment

For a study carried out for Ordu University in Turkey, researchers took blood samples from 350 men in their sixties and split them into two groups according to whether they had erectile problems.

The results revealed men with types A, B, or AB were three to four times more likely to flop in the bedroom than those with blood type ‘O’.┬áJust 16% with O blood types had problems, compared with 42% of those with A blood types.

Happy love-making, whatever your blood type!

Clive

Stay Positive – Stay Sexy   Leave a comment

A good reason to stay positive as you age:

Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada interviewed 1,170 people in their 40s and 70s about their attitudes to ageing and sex, and found that those with less positive views on getting older, enjoyed and desired sex less.

This was reported in The Journal of Sex Research. So, if you want to keep it up right into old age, stay positive!

Happy love-making.

Clive.

Need to Pee   2 comments

Us fellas can’t help it, but as we get older our prostate gland enlarges and squeezes tight around the urethra (the tube that runs from our bladder to the end of our penis). Symptoms are a need to pee frequently and weak flow.

This problem is described, medically, as benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH for short. If you’re thinking, ‘Oh good, the bigger my prostate, the more ejaculate I’ll make.’ Sorry guys, that’s not true.

But here’s some good news: In a trial at Queen’s University in Ontario, 750 men with BPH were given tadalafil (Cialis to you and me) once a day for 12 weeks. Cialis, like seldenafil (Viagra), increases blood flow to the penis, helping erectile dysfunction. It seems that it might also improve muscle tone around the bladder, by increasing blood flow there, in addition to relaxing the soft muscle surrounding the urethra, thus making an easier passage for urine, as well as seminal fluid, to flow.

Two thirds of the men in this trial showed significant improvements in their symptoms compared with those taking a placebo.

Happy love-making.

Clive

Mothers and Sex   Leave a comment

Mum really DOES know best!

Dr Laura Widman, of the Teen Health Lab at North Carolina State University analysed research of 25,000 teenagers over 30 years, about discussing with parents contraception and risky sexual conduct.

It is ‘the chat’ dads, and teenagers, dread most. But the research suggests that those who did talk it over with a parent made them more likely to practise safe sex – and it’s better still if done by Mum.

Under 25s make up more than six in ten chlamydia cases in the UK, more than 140,000 annually.

Particularly among mothers and girls, ‘communication with parents’ has a protective effect on adolescent contraceptive and condom use.┬áThe results are published in JAMA Pediatrics.

There is another way – and you know what I mean – my book even has a chapter devoted to ‘Communication’, to help Mum or Dad, as well another on ‘Conception and Contraception’. So you’ll know all about it – Mums too!

Happy love-making.

Clive Peters, author.