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Assuming the person is not taking anticoagulants, it's actually quite difficult to bleed to death from dismemberment of small members (hands, feet, penis, ears, nose, etc). Even large members such as arms and legs are often survivable because the body is very good at protecting itself from blood loss. For example, transected arteries will spasm and clamp off ...


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After full sexual development is complete (usually the teens for most males), penis enlargement is impossible. Anyone who tells you otherwise is a liar and is probably trying to sell you something. http://www.webmd.com/men/guide/penis-enlargement-does-it-work#1 "I think there isn't a guy in the world who hasn't wished his penis were an inch or two ...


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The following studies found that circumcision does have a detrimental impact on penis sensitivity. From a 2013 study by Bronselaer et al.: The analysis sample consisted of 1059 uncircumcised and 310 circumcised men. For the glans penis, circumcised men reported decreased sexual pleasure and lower orgasm intensity. They also stated more effort was required ...


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Before going directly into the topic, firstly, it is necessary to comprehend the mechanism of erection, because small fault due to different factors in the mechanism gives rise to its dysfunction. An erection is a complex process. It involves the central nervous system, the peripheral nervous system, psychological and psychological factors, local factors ...


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Saliva is safe to apply to the sexual organs. While it is true that the mouth contains lots of micro-organisms, the same varieties are also commonly thrive elsewhere in the body, and are all harmless against a normally functioning immune system. Saliva also contains antibacterials, has skin-like acidity, and acts as a pH buffer. The only concern is that ...


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This is not the right place to ask that question, you/your sister need to talk with the medical professional who evaluated and diagnosed him. In the USA, whoever proposes to do surgery has a legal and ethical obligation to explain it thoroughly (the reasons for the procedure with the risks, benefits, and alternatives) to the patient or legal guardian of ...


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Yes, anal sex is the most risky method of sex with the highest possible chances for HIV infection. This is clearly said in the official Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website: Anal sex is the riskiest sexual behavior for getting and transmitting HIV for men and women. As for the reason, it's neither the penis nor the anus directly. They ...


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Nocturnal emissions (q.v.) are completely normal and generally nothing to worry about.


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Yes, it looks like they do. Within certain limits, though and with the limitation that only small pilot studies have been done. A study assessing the the results of such a device in 15 men found that After 6 months the mean gain in length was significant, meeting the goals of the effect size, at 2.3 and 1.7 cm for the flaccid and stretched penis, ...


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The problem is there are too many unknowns. First, the speed of clotting varies from person to person. There are lab tests that measure clotting time (e.g. INR), especially useful when a patient takes anticoagulants. One respondent mentioned the absence of anticoagulants, but anticoagulants include substances not specifically prescribed to reduce clotting, ...


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Viagra does not cause a spontaneous erection. You have to be sexually stimulated in order for it to take effect. This particular film scene would suggest that Franco was sexually aroused by the 'chase'. Hope this helps clear things up for you.


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I will answer your questions in turn How does venous leak develop? WebMD in the linked article in your question states how Venous Leak can happen It may happen with vascular disease. Vascular diseases affect blood vessels. They lower blood flow to organs such as the heart, brain, and kidneys. If they cut blood flow to the penis, they can cause erectile ...


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Major Edit: Corrected extremely incorrect stats The vagina, being "designed" (evolutionary speaking) for intercourse, has a lining which is reasonably good at fending off pathogens, particularly viruses like HIV. If there are no breaks in this lining (such as from rough sex), the risk of contracting HIV from a single sexual encounter with someone with a ...


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Problems with erections can be caused by a physical condition, and they can be caused by psychological factors. Treating any physical or psychological underlying condition should help. Your GP can suggest possible treatment options. Treating erection problems caused by psychological factors can be more challenging. However, most men who persevere with ...


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I generally agree with jj78, although I would add a couple of provisos. a) The answer partly depends on how one defines 'spontaneous', an adjective with more than one meaning: spontaneous adj. 1. occurring, produced, or performed through natural processes without external influence: spontaneous movement. 2. arising from an unforced personal impulse; ...


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Risks appear to be low, if they are used as intended. There were no adverse events including skin changes, ulcerations, hypoesthesia or diminished rigidity. Penile Traction Therapy for Treatment of Peyronie's Disease: A Single-Center Pilot Study The application of such devices can be recommended in all patients regardless of the penile length, ...


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