What Is An Erection ?

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What’s an Erection?

The erection starts in your brain with something you saw, felt, smelled, heard, or thought. This makes your nerves send chemical messages to the blood vessels in your penis. The arteries relax and open up to let more blood to flow in; in the meantime, the veins close up. Once blood is in the penis, pressure traps it within the corpora cavernosa. Your penis expands and holds the erection.When the inflow of blood stops and the veins open, your penis becomes tender.

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What’s an Ejaculation?

When you’re aroused, tubes called the vas deferens squeeze semen from the testes toward the back of the urethra. The seminal vesicles also release fluid there.

The urethra senses the semen and fluid mixture. Then, at the height of sexual excitement, it sends indications to your spinal cord, which in turn sends signals to the muscles at the base of your penis. These contacts happen strongly and quickly, every 0.8 seconds. This forces the semen out of the penis through the climax.

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What if I have difficulty maintaining an erection?

Just as there are many elements that can cause an erection, there are also some factors that may cause you to lose an erection.

This can be especially troubling for some guys if it happens during sexual activity with a partner. Distractions, fatigue, feeling self-conscious, or feeling tense can all cause a temporary loss of an erection.

If this happens, try not to sweat too much, just let Prolargent Size handle the problem for you !

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