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Multiple Orgasms aren’t Just for Women

As a man you’ve probably envied women being able to come over and over again while you need a break between orgasms. The time between sex sessions can be anywhere between a minute or half an hour – every male’s different.

What if I told you that multiple orgasms are possible for you too? You don’t need to be a Tantric expert – you just need time and practice, armed with the right information. Just master breathing, kegel exercises and a bit of self control.

Many men think that orgasm and ejaculation are the same thing, but they aren’t. You can orgasm several times without ejaculating, lengthening your sexual session. So, it’s all about holding off ejaculation, which is done through a combination of breathing and kegel exercises.

Kegel exercises work by strengthening the pubococcygeus muscles, or the PC muscles. These muscles are located in the pelvic area. To find your PC muscles, while urinating stop urination mid-flow. The muscles that control this function are the PC muscles. Start by doing sets of five reps, clenching the muscle, holding it for five minutes, then releasing. Slowly work your way up to several series of ten reps. Be sure not to overextend yourself, as this will strain the muscles which does more harm than good. It may be several weeks before you start seeing results, but keep working at it. Kegels are used in two ways in aiding multiple orgasms – the first is that it strengthens the muscles. The other, and most important point, is that the moment between orgasm and ejaculation you will do a kegel, clenching the muscle to stop ejaculation.

Practice these exercises while masturbating, letting yourself go closer and closer through your orgasm then doing a kegel exercise just before you come, holding off your ejaculation. Also be very aware of your breathing. As you may already know, speeding up or slowing down your breath intensifies or diminishes sexual response. As you feel yourself coming towards orgasm, take deep steady breaths and pay careful attention to the build – where orgasm starts and where ejaculation starts. Stop stimulation just before ejaculation – you will find the line between the two.

Eventually you will be able to incorporate these exercises into sex with a partner. Now not only will the attention be on you but someone else as well, which will be distracting whereas you only had yourself to consider with no outside stimulation. Much like practicing during masturbation, you will need to start from the ground up, practicing and developing the skill over time.

Don’t be frustrated if you don’t get the hang of it right away, because you won’t – no one does. Another way to extend your sexual prowess is by incorporating a male herbal supplement. Just take one pill made of a mix of all-natural herbs that have been used for thousands of years as sexual enhancers and experience a longer, thicker erection accompanied by more intense orgasms. There are dozens of imitations on the market, so make sure you get the real deal. We suggest Enzyte, the #1-selling supplement.

Breast Enlargement Implant Dangers

Breast Enlargement Implant Dangers

3% suffer leakage within three years causing a deflated implant

Occasionally, breast implants may break or leak. The saline fill is salt water and will be absorbed by the body without ill effects. Older implants with silicone gel can leak also. If this occurs, one of two things may occur. If breakage of the implant shell that has a contracture scar around it, then it may not feel like anything has happed. If the shell breaks and there is not a contracture scar, then leakage into the surrounding tissue results in a sensation that the implant is deflating. The leaking gel may collect in the breast and a new scar may form around it. In other cases gel can migrate through the lymphatic system to another area of the body. Breaks may require a second operation and replacement of the leaking implant. If the gel has migrated it may not be possible to remove all of the silicone gel. This silicone gel is the what some say is related to the initiation of connective tissue disorders.

One study they reviewed showed that 63.6% of breast implants which had been in place for between one and 25 years had ruptured or were leaking. (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/33450.stm)

For silicone gel and saline-filled implants, some causes of rupture or deflation include : damage by surgical instruments during surgery, overfilling or underfilling of the implant with saline solution (specific only to saline-filled breast implants), capsular contracture ,closed capsulotomy , stresses such as trauma or intense physical manipulation ,excessive compression during mammographic imaging, placement through umbilical incision ,site injury to the breast, normal aging of the implant ,unknown/unexplained reasons.

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Silicone Immune Toxicity Syndrome

Silicone Immune Toxicity Syndrome

There are several forms of the chemical in breast implants that can cause a problem in the human organism.  Silicon (Si) is the basic element and probably causes immune system changes.  Silica or SiO2 is the form it is mined from the earth.  Silicone gel is a synthetic material containing 38% silicon.  The silica is 45% silicon. There is slow leakage (“bleeding”) of the silicone gel from the implants through the semi-permeable membrane envelope and also into and through the capsule that surrounds the implants.  This is picked up by the microphages (scavenger cells) of our immune system and is broken down inside these cells which travel all over the body.  The gel breaks down inside these cells, which travel all over the body.  The gel breaks down into Silica and Silicon which causes an immune system dysregulation.  Thus, there are antibodies produced against the silicon and also against the silicon and protein complex (organ systems) so that you get autoimmune illness.

  Below is the List of Chemicals which experts have analyzed to be in the explanted breast implant shell envelopes and gels.

Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Cyclohexane, Isopropyl Alcohol, Denatured Alcohol ,Acetone ,Urethane, Lacquer thinner ,Ethyl Acetate ,Epoxy Resin, Epoxy hardener, Amine, Printing ink, Toluene, Freon ,Silicone, Lofol (formaldehyde), Flux Metal, cleaning acid, Eastman 910 glue (Cyanoacyryiates) ,Talcum Powder,Color Pigments as release agents Oakite (a cleaning solvent), Ethylene Oxide (ETO), Carbob black, Xylene, Hexane, Hexanone 2, Antioxidant (rubber) ,Zinc Oxide ,Naphtha (rubber solvent), Phenol Benzene-Known carcinogen!!!!

ALSO….. Polyvinyl Chloride (Liquid Vinyl) This ingredient was used in all medical devices made at Edwards Lab, from tubing to gel.

Methylene Chloride/Dichloromethane. This breaks down in the body so blood cannot carry oxygen. It metabolizes carbon monoxide poisoning and causes central nervous system depression.

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Breast Enhancement Surgery

Breast Enhancement Surgery

Breast enlargement surgery, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), was the fourth most popular invasive surgical procedure among cosmetic plastic surgeries performed in 2000. In a press release dated July 12, 2001, the ASPS says that breast augmentation was performed on 212,500 women last year.

Meanwhile, millions of women have been subjected to the ill effects of these modern day vanity contraptions that were bought in good faith.

Remember!!

Silicone gel implants were banned in 1992 by FDA. 

If you have (or had) a ruptured silicone breast implant, you will be denied Health Insurance Coverage. 

Saline-filled implants tend to have a higher rate of leaking and deflation than silicone gel implants, which means more frequent surgery to replace them. 

In a study published in the Lancet medical journal, Dr Lori Brown of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says: “There is emerging consensus that both the incidence and prevalence of breast-implant rupture are much higher than previously suspected.” 

21% overall increase in cancers for women with implants, compared to women of the same age in the general population. 

Implant patients were three times as likely to die from lung cancer, emphysema and pneumonia as other plastic surgery patients.The study is based on medical records and death certificates of almost 8,000 women with breast implants, including silicone gel implants and saline implants, and more than 2,000 other plastic surgery patients. ( National Cancer Institute (NCI), Boston University, Abt Associates, and the Food and Drug Administration, with Dr. Louise Brinton from NCI as lead author. ) 

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