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Viagra
...  of brand pills and Generic Viagra. Viagra and its generics share the same chemical formula and have the same effect on human body. It works increasing blood flow in the pelvis minor and relaxing PENIS muscle to let the blood cause erection. A certain sexual stimulation becomes the trigger of the process and then brand or generic Viagra ensures full-fledged erection during the intercourse. It  ...

Cialis
...  be completely assessed to see if it will suit him. There are many diseases under which a patient can not use this drug. If a patient is suffering from retinis pigmentosa, physical deformity of the PENIS, stomach ulcer, bleeding disorders, blood cell disorders, kidney disease, liver disease, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, angina, congestive heart failure, heart rhythm problems,  ...

Levitra
...  in majority of cases (about 95%) ED can be successfully treated. There are many ways of treating ED: you can go to sexual health specialist to take a psychotherapeutic treatment course, either take PENIS injections or undergo operative treatment, but the most simple and cheapest way is to take medical treatment .For instance, one of the most popular modern and efficient medications against ED  ...

Caverta
...  How does Caverta work? Caverta usually comes in tablet form. It helps men get an erection and keep it whenever they are sexually excited. It is capable of doing this by expanding the arteries in the PENIS and allowing ample amounts of blood to flow into the PENIS. The increase in the blood flow constricts the veins in the PENIS. As more blood flows in and less blood flows out of it, a sustained  ...

Sickle Cell Anemia
...  the organs, blindness, stroke, open sores, infections in the skin, gallstones, ulcers, priapism (painful and long erections that needs medical attention) which could later develop to damage of the PENIS when left untreated, and acute chest syndrome due to the lung blood vessels being stuffed with sickle cells. Diagnosis Signs of sickle cell anemia could be readily seen through a blood test.  ...

Testicular Cancer
...  in a loose skin below the PENIS (called the sac) and contained by the scrotum, the male testicles are the ones that produce the reproductive sperm as well as the male sex hormone. Unfortunately, the testicles are not safe from developing cancer. Among male individuals between 15 to 34 years of age, testicular cancer is statistically the most widespread type of cancer. Unfortunately due to  ...

Contraception
...  as stroke, other heart problems, particularly to those women who smoke, and those who are 35 and beyond. Other Methods Withdrawal method- this is the type of birth control in which a man removes his PENIS before ejaculating- a very unpredictable and inaccurate way to get away from pregnancy. Rhythm method- this method is about knowing one’s ovulation cycle. Just like withdrawal method, the  ...

Penis
...  is a unique human organ having many functions. In a state of erection PENIS is used as the copulatory organ necessary for reproduction. PENIS is located on the front part of pelvis suspended from the perineum. Combined with the scrotum PENIS make up the external male genitalia. As a copulative organ PENIS responds to any sexual stimulation. Its muscle relaxes and PENIS gets filled with  ...

Vagina
...  to as the “large lips.” This part varies in size, but it is generally large, fleshy and contains sweat and oil-secreting glands, making it the female version of the scrotum of the male PENIS. This is the part that gets covered by hair when females reach puberty. Labia Minora This is the part of the vagina that looks like a smaller version of the Labia Majora; hence, the nickname  ...

Smooth Muscle
...  micturation when the limited space for urine is filled up. The lungs could not expand after inhalation, so you will not be able to exhale. The vagina will not be able to adjust to the size of the PENIS, and the blood vessels would burst during increased pressure because it could not expand its lumen to accommodate the increased input. These are some of the many functions of smooth muscles.  ...


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