1.Can the penis be broken?

Even though it hurts us to talk about it, the answer is: yes.
  The penis has no bones, but it can still break, which is called a penis fracture. Acute trauma or the bending of an erect penis can break the fibrous coat of cavernous tissue that is thickly wrapped around the penis causing the erection.
  This commonly occurs during sexual intercourse. But don’t expect to be put in a cast or given a crutch or anything. This injury requires an immediate visit to a doctor to prevent sexual dysfunction through surgery.

2.Can a man consume all his sperm?

It’s a nightmare. Is it possible that the well dried up? The answer is: no. However, there is a few pieces of bad news.
  Women are born with a fixed number of eggs, but men have a constant supply of sperm for their lifetimes. That sounds great, but researchers have found that men over the age of 35 have more abnormal sperm activity and more damage to DNA deoxyribonucleic acid in their sperm than younger men. It was also found that after a certain period of time, the average number of sperm begins to decline. The standards issued by the World Health Organization indicate that the normal number of sperm per ejaculation is 20 million, with 50% motility and 60% normal morphology. This is different from the standard of 25 years ago, when the normal number was nearly 100 million.

3.What causes penis shrinkage?

If the pull-out length of the penis in a flaccid state is 2.5 standard deviations below the average size for the same age group, it is medically called a “small penis”.
  This is not a title that any self-respecting man would want to put on his small size, but there is a risk of misunderstanding about penis size.
  Cold air, cold water, fear, anger or anxiety can make the penis, scrotum and testicles shrink close to the body and thus become the length of a “small penis”.
  Conversely, warm conditions can make the penis longer, and while the length of the penis in a non-erect state varies completely from person to person, in an erect state the difference in length is not as pronounced.


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