Most men learn from a young age that all male organ injuries can be agonizing, and most go to great lengths to engage in proper male organ care in order to avoid trauma to the boys downstairs - and with good reason. While most injuries to the male tissue are relatively minor, some can lead to long-term problems such as infertility or even deformity. Here are just some of the nightmare-inducing problems that men can only hope they never encounter. |
1) Trapped male organ - also known as invaginated male organ, it goes like this: Something rams into the male organ hard enough to send the entire shaft up into the body cavity, essentially turning the tool inside out. All that is left outside the body is a tube of skin, like a straw or an elephant’s trunk. While the problem is reported to be reversible through "manual extraction," this process is best left unimagined.
2) Ruptured balls - it turns out that the phrase "you’re breaking my balls" is not just picturesque - it can actually happen. A stiff blow to the jewels can result in ruptured tissue that requires surgical repair.
3) Fractured male organ - as with the balls, the male organ itself can be broken, although there is no real bone in the boner, so to speak. The rigid tissue that surrounds the spongy chambers inside the manhood may be ruptured by blunt force trauma or by twisting and bending, resulting in a swift trip to the emergency room.
4) Laptop burns - for men who actually use their laptops on their laps, it seems there is a real danger of long-term damage. According to science, the heat generated by a laptop is enough to raise the temperature of the balls to seed-killing levels within ten minutes, and it is estimated that half of the cases of male infertility may be related to over-toasting the seeds.
5) Saxophone manhood - this rare condition, which is caused by a blocked lymph node (or, in some cases, a partner-transmitted bacterial infection), causes the male organ to swell and twist until it resembles a saxophone.
6) Fistula - this disorder (probably) has nothing to do with a fist. Instead, it occurs as a result of muscle tears in the private area that result in crossed wires, of a sort - where urine is leaked from the backside, and fecal matter is excreted from the urethra. Once again, surgical repair is required.
Preventing and soothing male organ pain
Fortunately, most men will never have to face any of the horrors described here; on the other hand, though, most men will definitely encounter minor male organ problems from time to time, especially if they are lax about caring for the goods.
To avoid male organ pain and injury as much as possible, men should follow these common-sense guidelines:
- Always wear a cup during sports. Any time flying projectiles (or flying limbs) are involved, there is a chance that the missile in question could encounter the groin. Covering it up can ensure that the cup, and not the nuts, takes the impact of the blow, decreasing the chances of bruising or even fractures of the manhood tissue.
- Always wear a jock, or at least a good pair of compression shorts, during sports like running, skiing and other outdoor activities that might otherwise leave the cojones flapping in the breeze.
- Lay off the acrobatics. A trapeze in the bedroom may sound like a good idea, and it might look good on video, but tricks like these are best left to the professionals. By the same token, it is best to avoid moves like aggressive thrusting, bending and twisting during lovemaking sessions, as these can, in rare instances, lead to painful and potentially disfiguring manhood ruptures.
- Always wear underwear. Going commando may allow for a pleasant breeze, but going without drawers increases the chances of catching the skin in the zipper - an injury that is sure to land any man in the emergency room.
In the event that a traumatic injury does occur, emergency medical treatment should be sought. But for lesser issues like dry male organ skin, redness or a little soreness following a rough solo session, at-home care with cool compresses and over-the-counter pain relievers may be all that is needed.
Men who are especially vigilant about protecting their male organ health should also consider using a quality male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). Applying a nutrient-rich cream to the tissue in question on a daily basis can relieve the dry and itchy skin that often inflicts the male organ, leaving the skin soft and touchable. A targeted male organ formula may also enhance the natural sensitivity of the male organ, making all types of sensual encounters more enjoyable.
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.
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