Anatomy of a Penis
The following article will cover the basic anatomy of what parts make up a penis and how it functions. It is vital to understand the workings of a penis, in order to aid you with the process of penis enlargement.
The two primary parts of the penis are referred to as the corpora cavernosa. These chambers fill with blood, and the actual tissues are engorged as a man becomes aroused sexually.
The pressure builds in the tunica albuginea while the chambers expand. Meanwhile, the blood is being held within the corpora cavernosa. This is when the penis is considered erect.
A third part, the corpus spongiosum is being filled with blood, but not as much as the other chambers. This happens as a result of the fragile tissues that make up the urethra needing protection in order for ejaculation to occur. The corpora cavenosa capacity will determine penis and erection size once they have been completely distended.
Most techniques for penis enlargement aim at increasing the capacity of these chambers, and this increase allows the erection to become larger due to increased blood flow within the chambers.
The shaft and head coming together create a point of fleshy tissue on the penis that forms the Corona or crown. Just before ejaculation happens, the Cowper’s Gland releases a small amount of pre-ejaculate secretion, which aids the reduction of acid levels in the urethra.
The path running through the seminal glands is called the Ejaculatory Ducts. This is also the area where semen moves to during ejaculation. The top or under side of a penis is where the Dorsal Side can be found. While uncircumcised men will have a layering of skin that covers the penis head called the foreskin.