Author: Jason Kent
Anatomy of your penis
It helps to know what parts are that constitute one of the most important organs in a male that provide utmost pleasure. The male sexual organs are made up of 7 major parts; penis, shaft of the penis, glans, corona, frenulum, foreskin, meatus and the scrotum.
Let's now see what is inside the penis:
The penis becomes hard during an erection, which happens due to the blood flow into the penis that fills up the penile tissues.
The problem of erectile dysfunction happens when there is insufficient blood flow into the penis or there is a problem with blood staying in the penis. Inside the penis, there are 3 tubes, 1 at the bottom and 2 above it. The bottom tube also contains the urethra that passes through it.
Urethra - Urethra is the tube through which semen and urine pass to come out of the body. It is the last part of the urinary tract and it opens up on the tip of the glans penis.
This urethral opening is called the "meatus". Some men feel extreme pleasure when the urethral opening, ie. the meatus is stimulated. There are some that enjoy stimulation of the urethra too.
There is something else called "raphe". This is the ridge found underneath the penis.
During ejaculation, the vas deferens and the epididymis contract to push the sperm up into the ejaculatory duct, where the sperm is mixed with the secretions of the seminal vesicles and prostate gland.
This forms the semen. Then the strong vessels at the base of the urethra make the semen to squirt out of the penis. In a healthy male, the semen and urine never mix.
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