As you grow older, your manhood is very likely to experience these 5 shocking things.
And if you are wondering, this is no myth. This is not some internet hoax to make you scared or anything like that. No, this is real and has been proven by research and science. According to Brian Steixner, MD, the director of the Institute of Men’s Health, all men whether hearlty or not, will go through these insane changes as you grow older.
So prepare and educate yourself about the upcoming horrors.
1. Permanent shrinkage
You might be big (or lying to yourself that you are big). Sadly, not for long.
According to Dr. Steixner, there is a persistent loss of size the older you get. The science is simple: the once normal cells that you had in your penis gradually get replaced by non-elastic fibers called collagen. And soon, your penis will not grow as big when it gets erect.
2. Erectile Dysfunction
As you grow older, there is a higher chance of developing erectile dysfunction (ED). According to Steixner, ED is the caused by the lack of blood circulation. Much like a heart condition, ED can be prevented by eating healthy, exercising, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Furthermore, there are pills and treatment galore to help you with this – from prescription pills to penile implants. So don’t worry, if you start drooping and can’t seem to get him up, the good news is you have a lot of options.
No one can fight gravity, not even your penis. According to Steixner, as you get older the lower your scrotum will sag. This is caused by the loss of muscle mass which is evident with old age. Soon, your balls could be swimming in the toilet bowl when you go sit on the throne.
But the good news is that you can get a procedure called scrotoplasty which can pull your sack right back up to where it belongs.
4. From straight to bent
As young people, we are proud to flaunt that straight arrow. But after years of being put in weird positions in your tight underpants, or from repeated trauma from sports or sexual activity, your penis will start going from a straight arrow to a bent bow.
This is caused by accumulating scar tissue from repeated trauma to the penis. At the age of 70, your penis could look like a question mark. But no fear, there are procedures like botox to ensure that you can still have a straight arrow for a while.
5. Lowering the chances of orgasms
According to Dr. Madeleine Castellanos, M.D., author of “penis Problems: A Man’s Guide, as you grow older there is a decreasing chance that you can get the orgasm. Why? Well, as you age, you produce less testosterone. Since testosterone supports the nervous system, less of it means lower sensitivity.
And you know how that works, the less sensitive your penis becomes, the less likely you had get hard and get that pleasurable orgasm.