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Things To Know About Your Johnson aka Your Penis

Things To Know About Your Johnson aka Your Penis.  Men, you’ve probably referred to your penis as Peter, Love Sword, Mr. Happy, Disco Stick, Chubbie, One-Eyed Snake, Boner, Willie, Anthony Weiner or whatever other cute name you grew up with.  How well do you really know your Joy Stick?  For most men size is the primary area of interest.  Women have shared information about that particular anatomical part but whether or not men find it helpful or can appreciate it or not is left to the individual.

 

1.   You will never know the truth about your penis until you ask your ex-girlfriends. – You can learn allot from feedback as long as you keep an open mind.

2.   Bigger isn’t always better.

3.   You probably shouldn’t nickname it.

4.   Which penis shape are you?

5.   The secrets of a penis acrobat

6.   How do I get my penis to live to be 100? – Eating well, staying healthy, having regular sex.  Then there’s always Viagra.

7.   Five simple rules for grooming your junk. – Trim, prepare ahead of time, go with natural scents and keep clean.

8.   “Hey, Doc, what’s wrong with my pecker?” – Things to be concerned with include 1) an erection lasting longer than 4 hours, 2) Testicular cancer (regularly check your balls), 3) Peyronie’s disease (curve or lump or noticeable change in the aesthetics or appearance of the penis) untreated can become progressive and impossible to have sex.

9.   How to feel yourself up and not get cancer – Testicular cancer is the most common cancer among men.  It has a 95% survival rate if found early.  You should examine yourself at least once a month

10.  Five steps to examine your testicles: 1) do it in the shower, bath or steam room – that’s when the muscles in the scrotum are most relaxed, 2) know your nuts – on the top backside or each testicle is a small bump called the Epididymis, where the sperm congregates, 3)  put your thumbs on top and your index or middle fingers at the back of your sack and gently feel each testicle, looking for any inconsistencies, parts that feel harder or heavier, 4)  don’t freak out – most lumps have no actual incidence of testicular cancer and will end up being nothing or benign, 5)  err on the side of caution.

 

For more information on erectile dysfunction and other male sexual challenges that may be effecting your sex life please give me a call at (858) 735-1139 and we can talk about how you and your partner can have an open dialogue about what your options can include.