Approved Treatment May Help Bent Male Organ

Approved Treatment May Help Bent
Male Organ
There are many ways to define what a man is, including personality, manner,
strength, and many other characteristics—but very often, many men use
their member as a barometer of how manly they are. A man is more than his
member, clearly, but given the emphasis modern society places on this
organ, it’s easy to see why some men feel this way. Unfortunately, if a
man’s member falls short in some department – male organ health, length,
utility, or appearance – it can then cause self-esteem issues. Such is
sometimes the case when a man presents with a very bent male organ. This
abnormal shaping of his member may bring about anxiety and depression, as
well as impact his ability to perform. Men with a bent male organ of such a
degree would benefit from treatment.
Peyronie’s disease
It’s important to realize that some curvature of the member is not at all
unusual. While some men have a tumescent male organ that is perfectly
straight, many also have a manhood that features a little curve to it – up,
down, left, or right. Not only is that normal, but some people prefer this,
feeling it gives the member a little extra distinction.
But when the member is bent to such a degree as to become painful or
impede function, then a man has a problem. Such a bent male organ is
usually classified as having Peyronie’s disease. Extreme curvature of this
sort can be caused by several things, including severe manhood trauma (such
as being hit very hard on the organ). Sometimes it may be caused by less
severe trauma but repeated over time. A connective tissue disorder may be
responsible, or there may be a genetic component at work as well.
In these cases, plaque builds up in the manhood. Male organ tissue is very
flexible, as it has to be in order for the member to grow and stretch during
tumescence. Plaque is not flexible, so if an area of tissue becomes infected
with plaque, it isn’t able to grow as much as other parts of the manhood—
and this causes the bent male organ to occur. (Sometimes, this also causes
pain to appear during tumescence.)
Until recently, there has been no FDA-approved treatment for Peyronie’s
disease. But there have been “off label” attempts to treat the condition. For
example, some men found that using male organ stretchers over a long
period of time in some instances helped reduce the curvature. Others
reported that injections of a specific high blood pressure medication also had
helped in some cases.
But it was not until 2014 that the FDA approved a medication, called
Xiaflex, specifically for Peyronie’s disease. Xiaflex is injected into the
plaque four times, with the goal of destroying at least some of the plaque.
The medication is not effective in all men, and its aim is to reduce rather
than totally eliminate the bend in the male organ—but most men with
Peyronie’s would welcome an improvement if not a total cure.
It’s thought that the treatment has a better chance of working if it is applied
earlier in the stages of plaque buildup. Men who are worried that they may
have Peyronie’s disease should consult with a urologist to determine if this
is the case and then discuss treatment options.
Treatment for a bent male organ is part of a good male organ health regimen.
So is daily application of a top-notch male organ health creme (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven
mild and safe for skin). Look for a crème with both vitamin C and Lcarnitine. Vitamin C is well known for fighting colds, but it is also a key
component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin its tone and
elasticity. And L-carnitine has neuroprotective properties that can protect
against loss of male organ sensation, a common side effect of plaque buildup
in the manhood.