prostate, Recharging Qi Gong, Sex

Men, Listen Up!


Men, Listen Up!

How many times at night are you waking up to
urinate? Are you dribbling now and then? Are you
noticing that you are in the bathroom more times
than you wanted? You could be at that stage in
your life when your prostate gland is getting
swollen and giving you problems. Even in bed,
you’re not the man you used to be. It’s sad! But,
it doesn’t have to be like this at all. Men over
fifty are noticing that there is something wrong,
and it’s not something you want to ignore. These
problems are not going to go away. In fact, they
may get worse. Dickey is just not functioning the
way he used to. Most men definitely don’t want to
talk about it. In fact, they’re even afraid to
tell their doctor. And, then, before they know it,
they are diagnosed with the big C, or the darn
thing doesn’t work.

You can go in for standard treatment, and they’ll
be glad to snip it off, radiate your prostate or
fill you up with chemicals. None of this is
necessary, IF you know how to keep it working to
its optimum. Many of us men really don’t want to
talk about it and definitely don’t want to share
with our mate. As Willie Nelson once said, “My
nookie days are over, my pilot light is out, what
used to be my sex appeal is now my water spout!
Time was when, on its own, from my trousers it
would spring, but now it’s just a fulltime job to
find the f**ckin’ thing! It used to be
embarrassing the way it would behave, for every
single morning, it would stand and watch me shave!
Now old age approaches, it sure gives me the
blues, to see it hang its little head and watch me
tie my shoes!”

There is information that you should be aware of
that has to do with your male organ and your
prostate gland. What is the function of the
prostate gland, anyway? The prostate gland is a
male reproductive organ whose main function is to
secrete prostate fluid, one a component of your
semen. The muscles of the prostate gland also help
propel this seminal fluid into the urethra during
ejaculation. The important job of the prostate is
to manufacture and secrete some of the alkaline
seminal fluids during ejaculation. It helps the
sperm survive in the acidic vaginal environment.
Your prostate is also a muscle that pushes the
semen out through the penis with adequate power to
enter the vagina to help the sperm do well in
getting into the cervix and to help reproduction.
If that muscle is weak, your ejaculation may be
weak, or you may not be able to control it and you
end up with premature ejaculation. When making
love to your partner, the up and down movements of
the prostate feels good, making sex enjoyable and
therefore helping reproduction. That’s why,
prostate problem can also leave a man infertile.

The prostate is very important. There are
exercises, foods and treatments to keep it that
way. I have been treating men with erectile
dysfunction stemming from the prostate with great
success. The ancient practices of Taoism offer a
viewpoint and reawakening of a healthy sexuality
as they strengthen the prostate gland and overall
health and well-being.

The prostate gland gives men their erections
because the prostate erection nerves are in charge
for erections. These nerves activate the penis to
enlarge and solidify with added blood flowing into
it, and this helps men in producing an erection.
So, obviously, if these nerves which attach to the
sides of the prostate get damaged, erectile
difficulties are certain. They now call your
inability to have sex with your woman due to
prostate problem as “sleeping on the job”! That is
why, many medical prostate procedures (surgery or
radiation) have unwanted side effects of erectile
difficulties or impotence. When men have a problem
with their prostate, they have problem with their
sex life. So, if you are suffering from sexual
difficulties, make an appointment to have your
prostate gland tuned up. Call my office ASAP at
305-407-0120 and learn how to resurrect what was
or what could be.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth and

Dr. Wu Dhi

Dr. Wu Dhi


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