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Venous Leakage: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

Venous leakage is a condition that occurs when veins in the penis are not able to prevent blood from draining out of the penis during an erection. As a result, blood escapes into the surrounding veins and exterior boundary of penis, causing a weak erection. In a normal male, a penis retains enough blood to maintain an erection, as penile veins cannot drain blood out of the penis, resulting in increased blood flow in the organ. Penis must store blood to become rigid and hard to cause an erection. It stays hard until you ejaculate. If penile veins that are responsible for holding blood leakage in erectile chambers cannot check blood from leaving the penis, you will not be able to maintain an erection. This is called venous leak. Also known as cavernosal failure, venous leakage can be the result of either destruction of the surrounding venous tissue or damage to parasympathetic sexual nerves due to masturbation. It is also seen as one possible cause of erectile dysfunction. Most men dia…
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