There have been several long standing myths about male reproductive organ which guys debate on. These are some of those myths.
Like your junk the way it is?
Then ditch your Droid. Keeping your cell phone on you for the majority of the day may mess with your ability to maintain an erection, according to new research presented at the recent World Meeting on C*xual Medicine.
Researchers studied 30 men—20 with erectile dysfunction, 10 without—to test whether there was a link between excessive cell usage and erection issues. After screening the men, researchers found that guys with ED kept their cells on them twice as long as the men without any P *n!s problems.
While we await the definitive answer on whether or not your BlackBerry kills your boner, here are four other p*n!s myths wecan positively put to rest.
1. Daily ej@cul@tion hurts your swimmers.
According to a study that was up for review by the journalFertility and Sterility, daily ejaculation may damage your sperm’s DNA makeup. But while masturbating every day will decrease the number of sperm in your ejaculate (and thereby “lighten your load”), it really shouldn’t concern you unless you’re trying to get your wife pregnant, says Men’s Healthurology expert Larry Lipshultz, M.D. Hear that, bachelors? No need to destroy your porn stash.
2. The average erection is 8 inches.
3. Your semen is low-carb.
Although there’s plenty of research investigating the health benefits of semen, telling your date that your stuff is low-carb is not going to fly. (Unless you’ve been dying to have drink thrown in your face.)“Semen is mostly fruit sugar [fructose] and enzymes—not low-carb,” says Marc Goldstein, M.D., a professor of reproductive medicine and urology at Cornell University’s Weill Medical College.