Gout Can Dampen a Tumescent Male Organ

It’s strange but true that a tumescent male organ may be affected by a condition that occurs in the big toe. Gout, a form of arthritis, can sometimes cause tumescence issues.

Gout Can Dampen a Tumescent Male
It’s amazing the way a tumescent male organ can make a man feel. With
a solidly firm tumescence around, a guy feels like a million bucks, as if
nothing could stop him now. Granted, he feels many other things as well,
but it’s true that a little hardness can really lift a guy’s spirits. That’s one
reason men are perhaps more likely to pay attention to specific member
health issues than to more general health issues. But when they do so,
men forget that the body is all of one piece, and an ailment in one body
part can often have an impact on another body part that is nowhere
near it. And such can be the case with gout, which though not located
near the manhood can nonetheless affect it in a big way.
About gout
Gout is one of those conditions that people have heard of but – unless
they have been afflicted with it – don’t necessarily know a lot about. As a
matter of fact, a lot of people think that gout doesn’t exist anymore. It is
often thought of as a disease that people got a couple of hundred years
ago. And even back then, the people that got it tended to be gluttons
who ate way too much rich food and then for some reason had to spend
time with their foot in a bandage, however that might have helped them.
In fact, gout is still very much present nowadays. A 2011 survey found
that more than 8 million Americans – about 4% of the population –
suffered from gout, and that the number had increased significantly
over the last two decades or so.
So what is gout anyway?
Many may be surprised to learn that gout is actually a form of arthritis.
This form attacks one joint at a time, and most often (but not always)
the joint is in the big toe. (Other toes, ankles and knees can also
sometimes be affected.) When one has a flare-up of gout, there is intense
pain in the joint, accompanied by swelling, redness and heat.
Gout is caused when the body accumulates too much uric acid. When
there is too much uric acid, it can form crystals, which then get lodged in
the joints.
Some people have a genetic predisposition to gout, but there are also
some readily identifiable risk factors, including:
High blood pressure
Diabetes and insulin resistance
Metabolic syndrome
Poor kidney function
Drinking too much alcohol
Diets rich in the compound prurine, which includes red meat,
organ meat, and some kinds of seafood.
Tumescent male organ connection
So how does arthritis in the big toe impact a tumescent male organ?
High levels of uric acid have been shown to damage the endothelium,
which is the tissue that lines blood vessels, including manhood blood
vessels. Manhood blood vessels need to be strong and in good working
order, as it is the influx of blood to these vessels that creates and
maintains tumescence. When the endothelium is damaged, the process
does not operate as efficiently as it needs to.
Thus, men with gout are at increased risk of tumescence dysfunction.
And some studies indicate that the dysfunction may actually precede the
arrival of gout; as the uric acid levels increase, the male organ may start
to develop problems, giving a warning that gout is on the way.
Gout cannot be cured but it can be treated with medication and lifestyle
changes that reduce uric acid levels. A doctor should be consulted for
treatment options.
Treating gout can help a tumescent male organ, as can keeping the
member healthy; daily application of a first class member health crème
(health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically
proven mild and safe for skin) is also a good idea. The chosen crème
should include L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is an amino acid
that helps maintain male organ blood vessels. The latter is a
neuroprotective ingredient that protects the manhood from loss of