MENS CLINIC INTERNATIONAL +27814714392 WE TREAT ALL MALE SEXUAL PROBLEMS WEAK ERECTIONS EARLY EJACULATION LOW SEX DRIVE PENIS ENLARGEMENT. ETC
Mens Clinic Premature Ejaculation is simply defined as “ejaculation occurring before the individual wishes it”. The condition can be temporary – and normal – in inexperienced men, adolescents and men who are too highly excited or who have abstained from sex for a long time. The Hite report on Male Sexuality surveyed over seven thousand men and found that 21% ejaculated within 50-60 seconds and another 62% ejaculated within 1-5 minutes. Only 1 in 6 men lasted over 5 minutes and 1 in 10 over 10 minutes. There is no difference between nations and races, and no difference between circumcised and those men with foreskins. Most men will last longer if they have sex again a little while later, but it can take a man anything from several minutes to several hours to get another erection. In books and movies the male heroes have sex for hours on end, but in real life such men
Weak Erections (also know as impotence or erectile dysfunction) is not a disease, but a secondary condition brought on by other, primary causes. It is a side effect, a symptom of something else. Thirty years ago, when men went to their doctors asking for help for erectile problems, they were told that there was no treatment because it was caused by aging, or it was all in their heads (psychological). A generation of research has been conducted in the intervening years.
The Penis Prosperity Plan is a lifestyle adaptation programme developed by Mens Clinic International which addresses many of the causative factors for weak erections in men. By adhering to the basic elements of this programme, it is possible to extend the normal sexual life of any male by years, if not decades. The programme focusses on lifestyle, diet and sexual adaptations aimed at reducing the risk factors for the development of erectile dysfunction in male patients. The plan is based around simple, easy to understand statements which encapsulate the elements of the plan.
Many studies have shown that sexually transmitted diseases constitute a major health problem in Southern Africa. Over one million people seek treatment for STD’s each year.
In males the symptoms of a STD include: Burning urine, painful testis, penile discharge, sores on the penis and swollen lymph nodes in the groin.
In females symptoms include: vaginal discharge, lower abdominal pain, painful intercourse, vaginal itching, sores on the external genitals and lymph nodes in the groin.
If symptoms like the above are experienced, it is important to seek immediate medical attention. The incidence of sexually transmitted diseases and co-infection with HIV is high and it is therefore important to take the necessary precautions. These include condoms, spermicides and abstinence till in a stable relationship.