Despite the fact that they often fall into the average length range, and that their partners are completely satisfied, many men are anxious about male organ size. This turns men into easy prey for product manufacturers looking to make a buck off people’s deep-seated fears. The promise of a bigger male organ can convince a worried man to go to considerable lengths (pun intended), but, all-too-often, that promise is a lie. In order to maintain proper male organ health, it’s important for men to know the risks associated with common male enhancement methods, as well as the speciousness of the claims about their effectiveness. |
The male organ pump has an established medical use; it can help men with performance dysfunction achieve tumescence long enough to make love. The pump uses vacuum suction to draw blood into the organ, and a constriction device (such as a band or ring) is placed around the base of the shaft to keep the blood from draining out.
The idea that male organ pumps can add length to the member is likely erroneous, at least for healthy men. Those with Peyronie’s disease - caused by scar tissue buildup that shortens the male organ, usually as a man gets older - may stand to gain up to 0.2 inches with the use of a pump, according to a small study conducted by London’s Institute of Urology and the Department of Urology at St Peter's Hospital. But the impact of pumps on men with stretched male organ lengths of less than 3.9 inches, not necessarily associated with Peyronie’s disease, was also studied by another group of researchers. This study concluded that six months of pump use led to no significant length gains.
Aside from very unlikely effectiveness in terms of length gains for most men, the use of a male organ pump comes with risks (most involving use to achieve firmness), including:
- Little red dots from under-the-skin bleeding
- Pain/bruising from the constriction device
- Feeling that semen is trapped
- Painful emission
- Numbness/coldness of the organ
- A soft base of the male organ that creates pivoting and rotation during intimacy
Unless a man has Peyronie’s disease or performance dysfunction, male organ pumps aren’t likely worth the risks.
Male Organ Stretching with Weights
The idea of strapping a weight to a male organ and carrying it around may be horrifying, and for good reason. Still, some men go to this extreme measure in hopes of a longer member. It is possible that male organ weights can in fact add length to the member over time by stretching out the flaccid organ so that it can receive more blood flow during tumescence. However, the weight needs to be worn for most of the waking day, every day, for half a year or more.
That’s not to mention the risks involved. These include:
- Torn tissues
- Reduced thickness
- Burst blood vessels
- Restricted blood flow
- Tissue death
- Nerve damage
Male organ weights are not well studied, so their effectiveness, the extent of the risks involved and the amount of weight that is safe to use (if any) are not known. Given the severity of some of those risks, men may wish to choose what they’ve already got to work with over male organ weights.
This supposed male enhancement technique involves using the hands to pull more blood into the organ. To complete the jelquing motion, a man lubes up his hand, forms a ring with his thumb and pointer finger and strokes up from the base of the shaft to the head of the male organ while squeezing lightly; once one hand reaches the head, the other starts again at the base, and so on.
There is no evidence that jelquing works to lengthen the male organ. However, it’s relatively safe, and men may find this a pleasurable method of self-gratification. However, men should be cautious about how tightly they squeeze the member. If done improperly, jelquing could lead to:
- Torn blood vessels
- Scar tissue formation
- Loss of sensitivity
Love What One’s Got
Perhaps the best way to deal with anxiety about the male organ is to shift one’s focus from what he can’t control to what he can. Men can show their members some extra love with the use of a male organ health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). The best creams contain antioxidants to combat oxidative damage to cells and nutrients like vitamin C for blood flow support. Rather than focusing on size, focus on quality.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
Related Articles -
male enhancement, male organ size, male organ health cream,