It is no news that male organ size is a major concern for many men, and that sometimes men will explore all sorts of options in pursuit of a longer or thicker manhood. In some cases, such pursuits may also bring about member pain, raising the question of whether it is worthwhile to risk some male organ health issues in pursuit of greater organ size. One popular method men may try for expanding their member is the use of manhood weights. Does this option result in member pain? |
The basic premise behind manhood weights is simplicity itself. For this reason, it is one of the more popular methods for a man to try. However, as shall soon be apparent, it is also likely to result in some pain and discomfort, which does limit its long-term continued use among many men who decide to give it a try.
In most cases, using manhood weights is simple. A sturdy strap is attached around the male organ, often just below the glans. The strap may be of varying lengths. At the other end of the strap, a weight is attached. The weight pulls the male organ downward, stretching it out. The greater the weight, the more forceful the pull and stretch.
Typically, beginners start with the lightest weights and gradually build up to more or heavier weights in order to extend the pull and stretch.
Different sources will suggest different minimum and maximum lengths of time to undergo the stretching, as well as weights to employ. The frequency with which the process should be repeated also varies from one source to another.
Does it work?
The theory behind stretching the male organ via manhood weights is that repeated application of sufficient weights will cause the manhood tissue to stretch, thereby resulting in a longer organ.
As to whether it works - well, that is rather a source of debate among many people. Certainly there have been no carefully designed trials to determine whether they truly do make a difference or not. Many, many people, especially doctors, believe they produce no benefits and that the risk associated with them is far too great to justify their use.
Some men do insist, however, that using them over and over for a long period of time does result in some manhood lengthening. How much gain is achieved, and whether that gain is strictly discernible when the manhood is soft - and therefore whether the tumescent manhood is also lengthened - is up for debate.
What is not up for debate is that use of manhood weights does indeed carry the risk of member pain - and potentially of long-term male member damage. Hanging weights from the manhood is bound to result in some pain, as the organ is extremely sensitive to such pressure.
More problematic than transient member pain, however, is the potential for bruising, which could create greater pain of a longer lasting nature, and the real possibility of rupturing male organ blood vessels, which can have a negative effect on tumescence ability. In addition, the tearing of tissue can result in a loss of sensitivity to the member.
For health reasons, manhood weights are not advised. Those who do use them should be aware of the risks.
Member pain, due to manhood weights or other reasons, will be less problematic if the overall health of the organ is maintained. Consistent application of a top drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help. Choose a crème with soothing moisturizing agents, such as Shea butter and vitamin E, which can restore elasticity and suppleness to overworked member skin. A crème that also contains acetyl L carnitine is recommended, especially if loss of manhood sensitivity is an issue. This ingredient is neuroprotective and helps prevent peripheral nerve damage and the loss of sensation that accompanies it.
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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