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  • Marvin Applegate
  • 12 Oct 2018
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Erectile dysfunction is not a disease, but a symptom of some other problem, either physical or psychological or a mixture of both. At least one in five men over the age of 40 years has erectile problems and about one in ten men are completely unable to have erections.

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How Does an Erection Happen?

There are two tubes of spongy tissue that run along the length of the penis. A tough, fibrous, partially elastic outer casing surrounds this spongy material. When stimulated by the nerves, the spongy tissue arranges itself in such a way that more blood can be stored in the penis.

The veins running through the outer sheath of the penis then compress which stops the blood from leaving the penis. As the blood is stopped from flowing out, the penis fills with blood and stretches within the outer casing, producing an erection.

In both the spongy tissue and blood vessels, muscle cells react to chemicals in the body; some make an erection happen and some make the penis flaccid (soft). The balance of these chemicals controls whether the penis is hard or soft.

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Marvin Applegate

About Marvin Applegate

Although Mr. Applegate has several medical degrees with a doctorate in Urology, he prefers not to prefix his name with or be referred to as doctor. His personal belief in the treatment of men's sexual health is that it needs to be handled with the utmost care and sensitivity and in order to create a better rapport with his patients he chooses to be seen as more of a friend then a clinical, medical professional. Mr. Applegate graduated from Dublin University and decided to specialize in Andrology which focuses specifically on sexual health problems that are unique to the male anatomy. He has since published numerous medical journals as well as two books on men's sexual health and is a greatly respected pioneer within the medical community.