Your Guide to Penile Leakage


"Leaky penis,” also known as seminal leakage, occurs when excessive amounts of pre-cum exudes involuntary before an ejaculation. While pre-cum is essential in preparing for an ejaculation, it too creates some unwanted side effects, including soft erections, premature ejaculations and urinary problems. Most leaky penis problems develop over years. The problem is often attributed to excessive masturbation, but other known causes have been noted as well.

How It Happens
Excessive masturbation applies stress to the prostate gland and trains the pelvic muscles to contract, mimicking a state of orgasm that will open the ejaculation valve prematurely and allowing semen to leak out. Frequent ejaculations often deplete the essential hormones, neurotransmitters and neuro-growth factors.

With little hormones, neurotransmitters and growth factors, the parasympathetic nerves become damaged while the penis becomes limp. Men who try to stimulate the penis will often ejaculate prematurely. For young adults, excessive masturbation will deplete essential hormones and neurotransmitters such as HGH, DHEA, acetylcholine, GABA and serotonin, growth factors and hormones needed for sexual nerve development during puberty.

The Effect of Over Masturbation on Essential Hormones


Case Study: Damages To Caudal Nerve

Cauda nerves from Cauda equina are found at the lower end of the spinal cord. The cauda equina contains the nerve roots from L1-5 and S1-5. Nerve roots L4-S4 join in the sacral plexus, which gives rise to the sciatic nerve. These nerves are involved in sensory and motor nerves to the anal region and from genital the area. [1]

Damage to the cauda nerves can result in a leaky penis.
 
Causes

Seminal leakage tends to occur alongside premature ejaculations and weak erections. The causes include :

  • Excessive masturbation before puberty leads to Sexual Exhaustion and a leaky penis
  • Psychological problems
  • Drug and/or alcohol abuse
  • Long term smoking
  • Arteriosclerosis
  • STD sexually transmitted disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Hormonal imbalances - such as low levels of thyroid hormone
Symptoms Related to a Leaky Penis

Chronic Tiredness
Fatigue and weak immune system are often coupled with leaky penis due to exhausted body
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Nervousness
Hidden stresses and nervousness can make you leak more
What to do: Stop Performance Anxiety & Seminal Leakage with Cornus Officinalis

Uncontrollable ejaculation with lots precum
Stop early ejaculation and excessive precum
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Wet Dream
Learn how to stop leaky penis day & night
What to do: Jin Suo Gu Jing Wang - Stop Wet Dream & Excessive Pre-ejaculate

Urine Leaking
Strengthen your bladder and prostate at the same time
What to do: Seminal & Bladder Control Secret Formulation for Him

Depletion of hormones, growth factors, and nutrients can weaken the nerve endings that control the ejaculation valve. When peripheral neuropathy occurs, the penis starts leaking, erections become weaker and men start to experience premature ejaculations. A firm erection is necessary to avoid seminal leakage and premature ejaculations. By improving the quality of a man’s erection, feeding the tissues and nerves with nutrients and hormones, and strengthening the ejaculate valve, a man can overcome seminal leakage.

Take the necessary steps to improve your mental frame of mind; the recovery process will be much less difficult. Your body will go into a kind of rehab for a short period, while you take herbal remedies or a tincture to accelerate your recovery.

REFERENCE
  1. ^Tatyana Shamliyan, MD, MS, Jean Wyman, PhD, Donna Z Bliss, PhD, RN, FAAN, Robert L Kane, MD, and Timothy J Wilt, MD, MPH., Prevention of Urinary and Fecal Incontinence in Adults, Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 161, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); December 2007. Report No.: 08-E003.


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