No man likes to hear the words member and pain in the same sentence, much less, experience them. However, there is a whole other class of male organ pain that can be much more serious, the kind that lands a man in the emergency room with an ice pack on his package, or worse. Here is a list of the 5 most common major male organ injuries that every man should know so he can react swiftly to minimize the permanent effects on his donger. |
Big Male Organ Pain #1: Member Fracture
A man can’t break his member (since there’s no bone), but he can fracture it. It is far and away the most common member injury out there. A member fracture happens when a man is fully hard, and he tears the outer lining of his joint because he hits his partner’s pubic bone. It mostly happens when the ladies are on top, riding cowgirl-style, but it can also happen in other positions if a deep, hard thrust is just a few centimeters off.
Generally, a man will hear a crack or pop if he’s had a member fracture. Most times, the member can be repaired with a few stitches and some time away from all things amore. It can be worse, but those are much more rare cases. No matter the presumed severity, head to the ER ASAP.
Big Male Organ Pain #2: Reproductive Torsion
Reproductive torsion happens when the seed-carrying cord attached to the sack gets twisted. It cuts off blood flow to the sack, which causes intense pain. It commonly happens during intimacy and also while enjoying athletic pursuits like running, cycling, and contact sports.
Although a man can’t totally avoid it, he can lower his chances by wearing tight-fitting bottoms when active, so the sacks aren’t just flopping about, which can cause them to twist.
Big Male Organ Pain #3: Priapism
Ah, the curse of the little blue tablet. While not exclusive to men using a medication for member function, priapism is a very serious member injury that needs immediate medical intervention. It happens when blood gets stuck in the member during a hard-on, and it won’t drain. If a man has a hard-on that lasts more than 4 hours, he should get to the ER for treatment before the member tissue is damaged.
There are a few ways doctors will treat priapism. The first is usually by injecting a decongestant into the member to shrink the blood vessels. If that doesn’t work, they’ll have to drain it, which is exactly what it sounds like. There can be complications with drainage, but they are generally in the lower percentile.
Big Male Organ Pain #4: A Charley Horse…in the Privates?
The last place anyone would want a Charley horse is in the private area, and that’s for a good reason. It spasms and feels like it will never give up the grip. Sometimes a Charley horse shows up when a man is having lots of intimacy, especially when the position is doggie-style. In addition to the pain, a man may see a lump in his private area near the base of his member.
While most times an ER doc will tell a man just to abstain from intimacy for a few days to a week, it’s still important to head in immediately. Any sudden lumps, swelling, or discoloration in the reproductive region should be inspected ASAP.
Big Male Organ Pain #5: Adult Toy-Adjacent
It’s no surprise that intimacy injuries can land a man in the ER. In addition to member fractures, which most often happen during intimacy, adult sensual aides can also land a man at midnight admitting. Many of them come from homemade rings or putting things in the urethra. A short piece of advice: Don’t do it. Only use adult toys that are safe for use, and only use them according to instructions. Oh, and don’t fall asleep with anything around or in your member.
The bottom line is to protect the member as all costs to prevent male organ pain. Wear protective gear where and when appropriate, practice safe intimacy, and have a daily hygiene plan to maximize midsection health. In addition to trimming the bushes, washing daily and after athletic pursuits, a man should use a member health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) daily to keep the member strong and vigorous. This oil topically distributes member health helpers like vitamins A, B, C, and D, as well as alpha lipoic acids, L-arginine, and L-carnitine. Do this daily to boost blood flow for strong hard-ons, keep bacteria at bay, and keep your member young for years and years to come.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.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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