Many men fear they have a "weird" male organ. Whether concerned about size, shape or a slight curve this way or that, it’s hard to find a man who is 100% comfortable with what he’s packing. The vast majority of men have nothing to worry about, either in terms of sensual ability or overall male organ health, as perceived abnormalities are often actually perfectly normal, or at least not harmful. However, there are some anomalies that can negatively impact manhood, urinary and sensual health. Unless a man is suffering from one of the following male organ abnormalities, he likely has nothing to worry about. |
1) Micro-Male Organ
Most men who think they have an abnormally small male organ in fact do not. A micro-male organ is defined as an adult member that is shorter than 2.8 inches when soft. The condition is believed to affect only 0.5% of males. It is thought to be caused by hormonal deficiency or a genetic abnormality.
Micro-male organ can lead to sensual and urinary problems, along with psychological issues such as low self-esteem and depression. If diagnosed in infants (with a member length less than 0.75 inches), babies or children may be given hormonal therapy to combat the problem. Surgical enlargement of the male organ is a last resort and may be performed on adolescent or adult males.
This abnormality occurs when the urethra opens on the underside of the male organ - usually near the head, but in more severe cases, midway down the shaft or even at the base. This condition can cause urine to spray out, and may be accompanied by a partial prepuce that covers only the topmost half of the manhood tip.
Men affected by this condition are born with it, and the problem is usually corrected surgically in infancy. Untreated hypospadias can lead to bedroom performance problems in adult males.
Chordee is the downward curvature of the male organ that some men are born with. While a bit of a curve left, right, up or down is not that uncommon, chordee occurs when there is a problem with the way the male organ develops when the male is a fetus and often co-occurs with hypospadias. Chordee can cause weak tumescence and/or pain upon coupling both for the affected man and his partner.
If hypospadias isn’t present, chordee may go unnoticed until adulthood. The curve is most noticeable during tumescence. Surgery is the standard treatment for this condition; if delayed until adulthood, multiple procedures may be necessary.
Epispadias is present when the urethra opens on the top or side of the male organ rather than at the tip. It occurs in about 1 out of every 117,000 newborn boys. The condition may cause urine to flow back into the kidneys, increasing the risk of urinary tract infections. It is also associated with male organ curvature and shorter length, though wider girth.
Surgery is usually performed to correct epispadias.
5) Buried Male Organ
This condition is congenital and occurs when skin is distributed unevenly over the male organ and balls. Usually, a sheath of skin wraps around the male organ and sac and is distributed fairly evenly. When this is not the case, skin may accumulate toward the top of the male organ, causing the shaft to be buried or concealed. The male organ may also be hidden beneath abdominal fat in some men, but that’s a different story related to obesity.
Buried male organ can make proper hygiene and direction of the urinary stream difficult. It may also result in inflammation of the prepuce (balanitis) and low self-esteem. Treating buried male organ can be as simple as applying an anti-inflammatory cream or regularly pulling the prepuce back several times a day. If these methods are ineffective, surgery may be performed.
For the Rest
Most men don’t need to worry about these problems; however, that doesn’t mean they wouldn’t benefit from showing their members some extra love. Applying a quality male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) every day is a good move; the vitamins, amino acids and antioxidants in the best products support proper skin, nerve and circulatory health.
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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