Comparing Strategies for Treating a Bent Male Organ

Comparing Strategies for Treating a Bent
Male Organ
When there is an issue with the manhood, it can affect a man’s sensual
performance and enjoyment, which is one reason why maintaining male
organ health is essential. For some men, a bent male organ can become a
stumbling block to fully enjoying their sensual lives and can even become
inconvenience in their nom-sensual lives, as severely bent male organs may
be accompanied by significant pain. Fortunately, there are several strategies
and options available today for men with a severely bent male organ.
Peyronie’s disease
Most of the time when a man has a bent male organ which is at a severe
angle and causes discomfort, he is said to have Peyronie’s disease. Named
after the doctor who discovered it, Peyronie’s disease involves the
development of fibrous scar tissue in the member, which limits the
flexibility of the male organs skin where it develops. Thus, when the
manhood becomes tumescent, one side of the organ cannot grow as long as
the others, causing the manhood to curve painfully in that direction. Not
every bent male organ is die to Peyronie’s disease, and many members have
a small degree of curvature that does not cause pain or discomfort or impede
sensual activity.
Often the cause of the fibrous scar tissue is trauma to the manhood. This
may be a one-time occurrence, such as being hit in the member by a linedrive baseball, or it may be accumulate over time from many smaller
trauma, such as some which may be caused by rough handling of the male
organ. In both cases, the scar tissue results as a natural part of the body’s
In some milder cases, the bent male organ will straighten out on its own
without treatment. And in some cases, a man may have Peyronie’s disease
that does not produce significant pain and is slight enough that it does not
interfere with sensual activity. However, when treatment is called for, there
are three commonly used strategies – surgery, collagenase Clostridium
histolyticum (CCH) and male organ traction.
If these strategies, surgery is generally considered the most likely to succeed,
with male organ straightening occurring in 66-96% of cases in the medical
literature. A less invasive alternative is treatment with CCH, in which
medication is injected into the member on at least two occasions. And some
doctors recommend the use of a male organ traction device, usually worn for
3-5 hours a day, which attempts to straighten the manhood by stretching it
Each of these strategies has drawbacks. For example, while the surgery has a
high success rate, there are complication ns which some men may find
problematic, including overall shortening of the manhood and possible
diminishing of male organ sensation. CCH does not have as high a success
rate as surgery, and it is quite expensive. And male organ traction can cause
significant pain and has what is believed by many to be the lowest success
rate (although it is the least expensive option by far).
Which strategies to employ should be discussed by a doctor and patient, with
the pros and cons evaluated. Many doctor recommend starting with male
organ traction, as it has the least cost and is low risk; however, others worry
about the relatively low success rate and prefer to jump right in to CCH or
The strategies for dealing with a severely bent male organ will be better
received if the member is already in its best possible health. This can be
aided by the daily application of a superior male organ health creme (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven
mild and safe for skin). Look for a crème which includes L-carnitine, a
neuroprotective ingredient that may be able to help with decrease of
manhood sensitivity, a common consequence of Peyronie’s disease. The best
crème should also include vitamin C, which is also necessary for proper
blood flow, which is essential for maintaining tumescence function.