Male Organ Pain Quiz: Causes and Symptoms By John Dugan
Since the manhood is a very sensitive organ, male organ pain can have a disproportionate effect on a man. Avoiding male organ pain is a must, but there can be many causes of that pain – and sometimes it's not always obvious what the most likely cause is. (Indeed, sometimes a visit to the doctor is needed to get a definite answer on the cause and to determine appropriate treatment.) Maintaining good male organ health is one way to avoid the likelihood of male organ pain – and the following quiz provides tips on how to narrow down the possible causes of that pain. • Below are a number of scenarios that involve manhood pain. Each scenario is followed by three possible causes. Pick the one that seems the most likely cause, based on the information given. www.man1health.com
Scenario #1 • John has noticed that his member is slightly swollen and tender. When he was self-pleasuring recently, his seed release was accompanied by pain. When he has urinated lately, there's been a distinct burning sensation, and his urine has had a pinkish color to it. • Which of the following is the likely cause of John's male organ pain? • A. Peyronie's disease • B. Urethritis • C. Excessive self-pleasuring www.man1health.com
Answer: B. Urethritis. • The urethra, which carries urine from the body, can get inflamed and swollen due to bacteria or viruses. Sometimes urethritis may be caused by a social disease. Generally, it’s a painful situation. • Scenario #2 • Mike was enjoying a robust bout of coupling with his girlfriend. Things got a little frenzied and at one point, Mike thrust very powerfully at an unusual angle. He heard a popping sound and then experienced intense pain in his manhood. He ceased coupling, but the pain continued to be quite intense. His member remained swollen and was bruised. www.man1health.com
Which of the following is the likely cause of Mike's pain? • A. Peyronie's disease • B. Social disease • C. Male organ fracture • Answer: C. Male organ fracture • Male organ fractures are fortunately very rare, but they do occur. The most common cause is similar to that described above: the member, usually firm, meets a hard surface at an unaccommodating angle. • It is important to seek immediate medical attention if a male organ fracture is suspected. If a fracture is left untreated, it can have an impact on male organ firmness function; often that impact is permanent. www.man1health.com
Scenario #3 • Sam, whose member is intact, noticed that the glans was becoming noticeably swollen and red. There was a rash in the area, and a discharge that had a foul odor to it. The swelling made it hard for his prepuce to retract, and there was a tenderness to the glans which made it quite sensitive. • Which of the following is the likely cause of Sam's issue? • A. Tumescence dysfunction • B. Balanitis • C. Priapism www.man1health.com
Answer: B. Balanitis • Balanitis is a fairly common issue, more often found in intact men than in cut ones. The condition may simply indicate a need to more thoroughly clean the affected area, but in other cases something else (e.g., infection, reaction to harsh soaps, etc.) may be responsible.
Often, male organ pain is related to everyday causes involving proper male organ health care. Daily use of a top-notch male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) can be a big help here. When selecting the proper crème, a man should look for one that includes a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid. Such an antioxidant helps to offset harmful oxidative stress in manhood cell metabolism, keeping the manhood in better shape. For that same reason, a crème with vitamin C is also recommended. Vitamin C is an important structural component of blood vessels and aids significantly in collagen production. Both of these factors help with overall member health, making it a stronger organ that looks and feels better.