Most men are quite familiar with their own equipment, but sometimes something comes up that leaves them scratching their head. The male organ is a surprising tool, and most men - having only one of their own - have little basis for comparison and may wonder, "Is this normal?’ There are many peculiarities of the male organ; learn about some of them here, as well as some tips for maintaining a healthy male organ in spite of some odd behavior. |
It gets nervous - Ever have to urinate really badly, but when stepping up to the plate at a public urinal, nothing comes out? Well, as many as 1 in 10 men suffer from bathroom stage fright, known as paruresis. Anxiety or nervousness causes the pelvic floor to tighten, pinching off any hope of getting that urine out. If this is a problem, try focusing on relaxing thoughts or pop into the bathroom stall for more privacy.
Shrinkage - Shrinkage is a real thing, not just a great punch line on TV. Just like a cashmere sweater in a dryer, the male organ - and its two little friends - shrivel up when wet. The reason behind this embarrassing phenomenon is actually evolutionarily sound. The boys need to be kept at a relatively constant temperature to keep the swimmers healthy and intact, so when they are thrust into icy cold water, the muscles retract them and bring them closer to the body for more heat. The opposite effect occurs when stepping into a hot sauna, when the boys sag like an elephant’s ankle skin in an attempt to cool off.
Leakage - Much like the hose continues to leak water even after the spigot has been turned off, the male organ continues to drip a bit of urine after the bladder otherwise feels empty. Luckily, a few drips are not a sign of an aging male organ, but occurs because the urethra is a long tube that even the most diligent shaking does not fully empty. A gentle squeeze in a downward motion can help drain as much urine as possible from the male organ, but even that may not fully eliminate the problem. The best fix? Buy colored underwear to avoid nasty yellow stains. Problem solved.
It curves to the left - Yes, it is a fact that nearly every man’s male organ has a slight twist in it, and yes, every male organ curves to the left. Scientists are, to this day, hard at work trying to figure out why. Okay, maybe not hard at work, scientists probably have more pressing things to research -- but they do all twist in a counter-clockwise direction. This naturally occurs in utero as the body is developing. Some men have a more pronounced curve than others, but it is perfectly normal unless the male organ has a marked curve of more than 90 degrees, which could have been caused by injury.
It changes colors - Remember those t-shirts that changed color when warmed? The skin of the male organ is a little bit like that. The skin is very thin compared to the rest of the body and is therefore more susceptible to color change with changes in blood flow. When aroused, the male organ is flooded with extra blood and the head may turn pink or red as a result. When the male organ is flaccid, with no extra blood, it may appear bluish or purple, much like the veins easily spotted in one’s arms. Various shades of pink, purple, and blue are normal, but a bright red male organ that is accompanied by itching and burning is likely infected and needs medical attention. Likewise, a male organ that suddenly turns black is not receiving sufficient blood flow; thus, an emergency trip to the hospital is needed.
Keeping the male organ healthy
For all its quirks, the male organ certainly performs many important functions in a man’s daily life. Its functions include life-sustaining actions, a la excreting one’s waste; life-giving, otherwise known as baby-making; and life-living; i.e., intimacy, the fun part. With so many vital functions being carried out by the male organ, it is utterly important to keep it healthy and well. Using a daily male organ vitamin formula packed with vital nutrients (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) can keep the male organ functioning, while also improving sensitivity so that it runs better and feels better in the process. Talk about a win-win.
Visit www.man1health.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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