According to WebMD, "Called "the caviar of street drugs," Cocaine is seen as the status-heavy drug of celebrities, fashion models, and Wall Street traders. Movies like Blow and books like Killing Pablo sensationalize the business and use of cocaine."
Cocaine can either come in the form of powder or crack. According to the same website, powdered cocaine is "commonly known on the street as "coke" or "blow" -- dissolves in water. Users can snort or inject powdered cocaine." Similarly, WebMD states that crack cocaine is "commonly known on the street as "crack" or "rock" -- is made by a chemical process that leaves it in its "freebase" form, which can be smoked."
Undoubtedly, there a numerous anatomical, adverse effects on one's health who takes and is addicted to drugs. Specifically, the negative health effects on a male's penis after taking cocaine are sometimes overlooked. At this point in time, there is no research that has found that prolonged cocaine use will damage the penis outside of the context of sexual functionality. However, there are other effects that prolonged cocaine use will have on the body that can indirectly affect sexual health. For example, cocaine use effects brain and heart functionality. With a damaged nervous system, penis functionality will be damaged as well. With a damaged heart, rigorous exercise or activity, such as sex, can induce a heart-attack or stroke.According to WebMD, "Although cocaine has a reputation as an aphrodisiac, it actually may make you less able to finish what you start. Chronic cocaine use can impair sexual function in men and women. In men, cocaine can cause delayed or impaired ejaculation."Medical researchers have spent an extensive amount of time evaluating the use of drugs on sexual health and functionality. Below is the complete and scientific explanation for how cocaine use impairs the sexual experience.More specifically, according to the website penispowerbook.com, "In the short term, cocaine has an excitatory effect on the nervous system. It can stimulate arousal and make every sensory experience seem more intense. In the long run, though, cocaine will turn a superpotent man into a super-wimp. Pharmacologically, cocaine decreases the reuptake of the neurotransmitter catecholamine. This chemical is essential for the adequate completion of the erection process. Erectile Dysfunction is a common complaint from cocaine abusers. No man who aspires to Penis Power should go anywhere near this drug."Considering the research and data available, short-term cocaine use can have the same effects on the penis as prolonged cocaine use. It is advised that for function and enhanced sexual experiences that cocaine use be avoided and stopped.