The Anatomy of a Penis Erection


You might not ever think about the process of the erection of your penis unless you face the problem of an erection or having the orgasm.

Most of the men are able to achieve the erection with no or little effort but there are some emotional or physical issues due to which they are not able to maintain the erection as long as to satisfy their partners during the sexual intercourse. When you face these kinds of issues that means you are having the problem of Impotence or erectile dysfunction.

Anatomy of an erect penis

Basically, the penis consists of three main structures i.e. the corpora cavernosa, the corpus spongiosum, and the tunica albuginea. The corpora cavernosa is actually filled with spongy tissue that is indulged in extending the entire length of the penis. The tunica albuginea is a membrane that covers the corpora cavernosa in order to protect it. The corpus spongiosum provide the shelter to the urethra, the part through which the man urinates and ejaculates. Also, there is a proper network of the various tissues, muscles, arteries, and veins whose function is to fill the penis with blood and allow for the erection.

The man uses to get the erection from stimulation like touching or rubbing the penis or thinking or seeing something that sexually excites him. When such kinds of stimulation occur, then brain takes over the control and works with the nervous system. The brain with the help of nerves sends the message to the penis to relax which results in the increase in the blood flow in veins and arteries.

When the blood gets filled up in the penis then leading pressure is greatly handled by tunica albuginea. The blood that enters the penis is locked by tissues and membranes in order to maintain and hold the erection.

However, the erection stops when the entering blood stops flowing into the penis. But if you are getting the disturbance in the erection of your penis then you can get the herbal medicines for the impotence treatment in India at very reasonable prices.


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