Penis Life

The penis is important to a man's daily functioning as it is the external sex organ for passing urine, and it plays a huge role in copulation through ejaculation of semen. At the center of the penis is a tube which carries urine from the bladder and semen from the prostate gland, called the urethra. The penis changes as it ages - a young penis is a Sleeper. It does not do much but rest and facilitate urination. It may get hard during dreams and at other times when stimulated. As soon as a boy gets to adolescence, the one-time sleeper gets aggressive and rowdy. It gets erect very often and usually at the wrong time, leaving the young boy embarrassed as he makes efforts to keep it down. As the boy becomes a Man he quickly realize that his penis is used as a benchmark to assess sexual prowess and he Idolizes it.

It's no secret that a man's sexual function declines with age. As his testosterone level falls, it takes more to arouse him. Age brings marked declines in semen volume, sperm quality and a gradual decline in urinary function. Recent research confirms what men have long suspected and, in some cases, feared: that the penis itself undergoes significant changes as a man moves from his sexual prime into middle age. Many doctors are educating us all about the Life & Times of the Penis. See Dr. Harry Fisch & Dr. Oz as they discuss the biggest misconception of the penis, and covers the time line (ages 17, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60).

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