Erectile Dysfunction. What is Erectile Dysfunction?? Erectile Dysfunction(ED) is defined by the extend to which a man can achieve and/or maintain sufficient erection hardness for satisfying sexual experience.
Simplified English :- Y U BIRDIE NO STAND UP?or Y U BIRDIE NO HARD?
So, when I put out the *sneek peak*, I had questions of
1. I don't smoke,but drink occasionally,is my 'Birdie' okay??
2. What are the symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction??
Join in as Prof. Dr. Low Wah Yun (Professor of Psychology, University Malaya), Prof. Dr. Ong Teng Aik (Consultant Urologist, University Malaya Medical Centre) and Tiong Sue Lynn (Blogger: Bangsar Babe) unravel the secrets to Demystifying Erection Hardness Beyond Sex.
Any discussion on the topic of erection hardness is guaranteed to get people squirming or giggling. Truth is, it is a very serious matter and to many couples, including Malaysians, erection hardness is no laughing matter.
Good news Malaysian women - most Malaysian men placed top priority on the importance of achieving and giving sexual satisfaction to their partners. They believe that all physical aspects in a sexual relationship such as quality of erection hardness at Grade 4, ability to maintain an erection, orgasm intensity, duration and frequency of sexual intercourse leads to more pleasurable sexual experiences for themselves and their partners.
Hard is Good for the Heart
Prof. Dr. Ong Teng Aik, Consultant Urologist of University Malaya Medical Centre giving his thoughts from the urological perspective of men’s health to the media.
“The quality of a man’s erection hardness affects his and his partner’s emotional and psychological needs. For a man, when his emotional and psychological needs are fulfilled, he has a better self-image and confidence of himself. With a fulfilling sexual intimacy, his partner also feels more loved,” said Prof. Dr. Low Wah Yun, who is a professor of psychology at the Faculty of Medicine, University Malaya during a discussion session with media organized by Pfizer to share and discuss the results of the Ideal Sex Survey 2011, along with Prof. Dr. Ong Teng Aik, Associate Professor and Consultant Urologist with University Malaya Medical Centre. Also participated in the discussion were food blogger Tiong Sue Lynn a.k.a BangsarBabe and her husband, Low Wei Jien.
Prof. Dr. Low Wah Yun, Professor of Psychology with University Malaya sharing her point of view from the psychological aspects on men’s sexual health to the media.
Low Wei Jien, sharing his stories on married life with Tiong Sue Lynn a.k.a. Bangsar Babe.
He Says, She Says
Blogger Tiong Sue Lynn and her husband, Wei Jien who just got married recently agreed that while they are newly wedded couple, still enjoying the honeymoon period, the session opened their eyes to a different aspect of sexual intimacy.
Sharing a laugh during the discussion on the psychological and physical aspects of men’s sexual health. From left: Prof Dr Ong Teng Aik, Prof Dr Low Wah Yun, Susan Lankester (standing), Low Wei Jien and Tiong Sue Lynn.
“What most men are unaware of is that poor quality erection is a recognized early symptom for cardiovascular disease, as it often occurs concurrently with diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol and heart disease, “said Prof Ong.
Don’t Sweep under the Sheets
When so much is at stake, couples should not discount the issue of quality of erection hardness as it not affects the intimacy between a couple, but can affect the well being of the emotion and health.
“We hope that this discussion has managed to overcome the barrier on the topic of erection not just for the patients and their partners, but also to the healthcare providers from whom the patients seek advice and treatment. With the correct approach and management, we believe that these patients will be able to enjoy a better quality of life with their partners,” added Prof. Ong.
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