Located in the scrotum, the testicles (also called the testes) are a pair of male reproductive organs that produce sperm cells and testosterone, the primary male sex hormone and anabolic steroid which contributes to a man’s libido and helps with erections.
This is a difficult question to answer, as partners’ ideas of pleasure are highly personal. Some enjoy sex with a circumcised man; others like being with an uncircumcised man. Still others may have no preference at all.
Men who are uncircumcised must take special care of the foreskin, the loose skin that covers the tip of the penis.
A man should wash his penis with warm water every day. While washing, he should gently pull back the foreskin and rinse the glans (head) of the penis and inside the foreskin. When finished, he can pull the foreskin back to its original position. He should also wash the base the penis and the testicles.
As the name suggests, condom-associated erection problems (CAEP) are erection issues men might experience due to condoms.
Often, such problems occur when condoms aren’t put on correctly or don’t fit well. A man might lose his erection as the condom is applied or during intercourse.