Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Does the amount of semen decrease as a man ages?

As a Clinical Sexologist,  part of my time is spent helping people with sexual issues and the other part of my time is doing research to help those people.   One area of research that I study because of the amount of men that ask the same question is about the volume of semen that they produce.  While looking for a definitive answer to the question I found that there were several reasons why this may happen.  One is related to testosterone levels that drop and it can affect the volume of the semen....but this is only the case in rare instances.  What I did find out was other information that may help to answer the question.

Yes, it is true that for some men even in their twenties that the amount of semen they produce can seem less then average or when they were at a different stage in their life.  There are products on the market that help produce more semen like Volume Pills, but that does not answer the question as to why this happens for some men.

The Answers
1.  For some men that are over the age of 50, when natural aging occurs, the muscle that pushes the semen out of the penis is not as strong as it may have been when a man was in his 20's, 30's and 40's.  The solution to this can be as simple as doing penis exercises.  What I recommend to my clients is that they stand up and then produce an erection, once they have an erection, they place a towel over the penis and use the muscle to pull up and down to strengthen the muscle.  They should do this a few times a day and work up gradually to 30 reps in one day in two or three intervals.  After a few months of exercises many men see results with this simple exercise.  They experience stronger orgasm's and it gives the appearance of more semen being ejaculated at one time. 

2.  Another factor that may decrease semen is when a man leaks out semen during the day or as some men refer to as ozzzzing.  This can be from milking of the prostate or indirect stimulation causing a man to get aroused but not fully ejaculate.  As this can be a great pleasure of teasing to some men, it will also cause less seminal fluid to come out when an orgasm dose occur.

3.  The last reason that semen may seem less prevalent and more often than not, is when a man frequently masturbates several times a day depleting the body of seminal fluid and therefore having decreased volume each time.  Less frequent masturbation or using Volume Pills can help in these instances making it possible for a man to masturbate several times a day but still produce seminal flied more often than he normally would.................................

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Interesting article on transgender research

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Puberty Suppression for Transgender Adolescents Works

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A child assigned male at birth began confounding parents, family and neighbors at age 3 by repeatedly declaring and insisting, "I am a girl." After lengthy consultation with gender specialists, the child was eventually diagnosed with what once was called "gender-identity disorder of children" but is known in today's psychiatric manual, DSM-5, as "gender dysphoria in children." Now the child, 12 years old and approaching male puberty, is terrified about the prospect of impending body changes.  Read more

Monday, September 15, 2014

Would you like to contribute to my intimacy book....

I am going to publish my intimacy guide book for couples with recommendations of  (sex positions, guides to better sex, better sex videos and couples adult products) in the back of the book, if you want me to recommend your products, book, video please let me know and send me a link in the next few days!..

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Prostate Cancer Does not Have to be The End of a Satisfying Sex Life

Great Sex After Prostate Cancer: Yes, You Can

Difficulties regarding intimacy and sex are inevitable at some point in any relationship. As an intimacy counselor and board-certified clinical sexologist, I know from experience that many of these troubles will work themselves out over time, especially with professional help. But what happens when the problem is much more serious?

Imagine the following scenario: Your urologist informs you that you have prostate cancer, telling you and your wife that the treatment is likely to have a negative impact on your sex life by both lowering your libido and inhibiting your ability to get an erection.

Devastating news — yet once the initial shock of the diagnosis has worn off, you can take heart in the fact that curative therapy (recent medical advances, as well as improved therapeutic interventions and better intimacy counseling) is highly successful when prostate cancer is detected early, offering renewed hope to couples in both the initial recovery period and after.  continue



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