7 Common Male Organ Problems and How to Solve Them

7 Common Male Organ Problems and
How to Solve Them
Even the best-behaved male organ has issues from time to time. However,
things happen, and male organ problems pop up. Here are seven common
problems men have with their members and how to solve them.
#1: Painful Urination
Painful urination is a very common male organ problem. There are several
potential reasons for painful urination such as:
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Urinary tract infection
Prostate infection
Kidney stones
Medication sensitivity
STDs
Allergic reactions
If a man is suffering from painful urination, it’s best to see a doctor as soon
as possible to get a diagnosis since most causes will need medical
intervention.
#2: Delayed release
Most men pride themselves on how long they can last sensually. However, if
a man fails to spillage after 30 minutes or more, they may have either a
temporary or chronic case of delayed release. Several things can cause this
phenomenon including some things as:
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Stress
Depression
Anxiety
Diabetic neuropathy
Urinary Tract Infection
Hypothyroidism
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Prostate surgery
Damage to the nerves of the spinal cord or pelvic area
Medications
Alcohol
If delayed release is a problem that happens more than once, it’s a good idea
to see a doctor for a consultation. If it is mental health related, consider
seeing a counselor
#3: Early on release
The opposite of delayed release, early on release is a male organ problem
that afflicts many a man throughout his life. Early on release is considered
release with minimal penetration or immediately after penetration.
Possible treatment for early on release includes sensual therapy,
psychotherapy, and topical or oral medications. There are also special
exercises men can do to help prolong sensual contact before release.
#4: Peyronie’s disease
Peyronie’s disease is a condition in which a man’s member bends too far to
the left or right, generally 20 degrees or more. This makes harness painful
and can also make urination uncomfortable. Peyronie’s disease is the result
of inflammation and accumulation of abnormal scar tissue around the
reproductive tissue. It’s said that Peyronie’s disease affects twenty percent of
men, mostly over the age of 40.
Treatment of Peyronie’s can include topical creams, injections, implants,
pumps, traction, and surgery. Treatment results vary, but the pain usually
disappears after the first 6 months post-diagnosis.
#5: Genital discharge
Discharge from the male organ usually indicates inflammation of the
urethra. This discharge can be caused by bacteria, viruses, and yeasts which
infiltrate the urethra and cause inflammation and discharge. The discharge
can be clear or bloody, thick or thin, and odorless or funky.
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The most common reason for discharge is partner transmitted diseases such
as chlamydia, gonorrhea, mycoplasma, trichomoniasis, and ureaplasma.
Since medical intervention is required for all conditions, refrain from
intimacy and see a doctor immediately for diagnosis.
#6: Jock itch
Jock itch is a common male organ problem that affects men, both jocks and
non-jocks alike. Jock itch is caused by a fungus or bacteria overgrowth in
the genital area. It causes itching, pain, odor, and a rash and is highly
contagious.
Treating jock itch is pretty easy. Keep the area clean and dry and use an antifungal cream for two to four weeks. If it continues for over four weeks, see a
doctor for a prescription.
#7: Reproductive dysfunction
From time to time, it’s normal for a man to have trouble getting hard.
However, if it’s a more frequent occurrence, it might be ED. It can be caused
by several factors including age, medication, medical conditions, or trauma
to the private area.
It can be treated quite effectively using medications, intimate therapy,
supplements, and genital implants. That said, if ED is caused by a medical
condition, it’s most important to treat the root cause before treating the
symptoms.
One of the best ways to prevent male organ problems is to perform a daily
member health regimen. This should include a thorough cleaning of the
member every day followed by application of a specially formulated male
organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil,
which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). These special
crèmes contain natural ingredients for moisture like Shea butter and vitamin
E. They also contain other vitamins like A, B, C, and D to which provide
antibacterial protection, cellular strength, promote strong firmness, and
contribute to overall male organ health.
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