To come up with a solution, one must identify the problem. In our past few essays, I have discussed some of the causes of erectile dysfunction. Now I will discuss the solutions and I sincerely hope my readers will see how simple this is and will conclude that you don’t have to suffer with ED: … More Erectile Dysfunction: The Solution, part one
So, in the past three essays we have discussed three of the processes that must be working to get an erection: normal psychological function, intact nerves, and normal testosterone. All of these are important, but ultimately our penis must fill up with blood to get hard and the blood needs to stay in the penis until … More If The Blood Ain’t Flowin’, The Penis Ain’t Growing
It’s Throwback Thursday and because we are in the middle of discussing the causes of ED, I figured I would post this one from the archives. This was an interview on ABC 15 in Phoenix. Please enjoy!
Normal testosterone is essential for normal erectile function and is an integral part of the evaluation for erectile dysfunction. Aside from its importance in our sex drive, testosterone is necessary for the viability of the blood vessels and smooth muscle of the penis. Researchers have found that castration decreases blood flow to the penis, causes … More Low T and ED
A toaster is worthless without a power source and a cord to carry that energy. So is your penis. To get an erection, you need to be psychologically well, you need unimpaired blood flow to the penis, you need your testosterone to be normal, and you need a working power source (the erection centers in … More Every Toaster Needs an Outlet