Penises often seem to defy the laws of physics. Sometimes what goes up stays up--and sometimes it comes down all too soon. Our penises rarely act the way we want them to. But problems with this temperamental body part are a natural part of life. As we age and change, so do the issues we often encounter with our penises: premature ejaculation, erectile disorder, and delayed ejaculation, to name a few. And just when we thought we might have one issue figured out, suddenly a new problem rears its head (pun intended) and makes mayhem of our sex lives. Why can't our penises just get with the program?
When it comes to dealing with a penis problem, you may feel alone, but you're not. For example, did you know that premature ejaculation is the biggest sex problem facing men of all ages, not just young guys)? Or that many men who struggle with erectile disorder tend to give up on drugs such as Viagra after taking them just once or twice? Or that delayed ejaculation is rapidly becoming a major issue for many men and may have something to do with increased use of porn?
Regardless of your penis problem, you're probably also wondering about where to get the latest credible information. From spam to porn, guys are bombarded with false promises that prey on our insecurities and our wallets. If only our penises came with lie detectors!
Enter Madeleine Castellanos, M.D. Madeleine is a physician, a psychiatrist, a sex therapist, and an expert on sexual issues, and she possesses a truly caring, empathetic soul. As a doctor, she knows the facts; as a woman she knows the feelings and can give you the female perspective so you can better understand how penis problems can affect your relationships. She's gathered together the best and latest information about all things penis to help you improve your health and your sex life. Remember, as you go though life, you want to be able to put your best foot forward. This guide will help you do the same with your penis.
About the Author
A psychiatrist specializing in sex therapy with couples and individuals, Madeleine M. Castellanos, M.D. is committed to helping others learn about their own sexuality and how to achieve physical and emotional balance in their sex lives. In addition to being an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, she has dedicated her private practice to the specialty of sex therapy and sexology for those couples and individuals wanting to address any difficulties they have in the area of sexuality, or enhance their sex life and their experience of sex. She is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, the Society for Sex Therapy and Research, and the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health.
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