When Male Organ Pain Is Due to Urethral Stricture

When Male Organ Pain Is Due to
Urethral Stricture
Is there any relief quite like that of unzipping and letting forth a strong
stream of urine after holding it in for a lengthy period of time? And yet,
sometimes what should be a feeling of relief is ruined by accompanying
male organ pain while urinating. With male organ health a major concern for
men, they definitely want to know what is causing unwanted male organ
pain like that. Sometimes when they consult a doctor about it, they might be
told that they are experiencing urethral stricture. But just what does that
About urethral stricture
As many already know, the urethra refers to the tube inside the manhood
through which urine flows when a man is urinating. (Male seed also exits the
body through the urethra during typical seed release.) A stricture is an
abnormal narrowing of an opening. So when a man has a urethral stricture, it
means that for some reason the urethra has narrowed. It may be the
narrowing itself that causes the male organ pain, but it also may be the cause
of the narrowing that is to blame. Typically, a urethral stricture occurs when
there is inflammation in the urethra or when scar tissue is present in the
In addition to male organ pain while urinating, there may be other symptoms
that could be associated with a urethral stricture. For example, there may be
less urine emptying than usual, or a man may experience some “spraying”
while urinating (which can result in a mess on and around the toilet or urinal,
as well as on his own clothing). It may be difficult to empty the bladder
completely, which means that a person may also find he needs to urinate
more frequently. And a stricture increases the chances of developing a
urinary tract infection (UTI).
But what brings about the urethral stricture in the first place? Often, doctors
don’t know the cause, although they may make educated guesses.
Where scar tissue is concerned, it often is due to some trauma to the
member. For example, if the manhood is fractured, scar tissue may develop
in the urethra. Similarly, if the organ receives a sharp blow, as from a hardhit baseball, it can occur. Men who are in the hospital and require the
insertion of a urinary catheter often find that it leaves scar tissue. And some
men who enjoy sounding – the insertion of rods or other objects into the
urethra for sensual pleasure – can inadvertently (and easily) create trauma
while inserting and/or removing objects.
Other times, urethral stricture may result from a medical procedure in the
member, an enlarged prostate, radiation therapy, or a social disease.
Although urethral strictures most often are found in men, it is possible for a
woman to get one as well.
In some cases, treatment may not be necessary, as the urethral stricture may
resolve on its own. In other instances, antibiotics or other medications may
be used to treat infections and inflammation responsible for the narrowing.
A doctor may also opt to use an instrument known as a dilator to widen the
In more severe cases, a doctor may need to perform surgery or, in even more
severe cases, reroute the urinary tract so that urine exits the body through an
opening created in the abdomen. Most cases, however, do not require such
extreme treatments.
Male organ pain from a urethral stricture may be less noticeable if the
member is in good general health; such a goal can be aided by regular
application of a first-rate male organ health oil (health professionals
recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for
skin). If the manhood skin is flexible and pliable, there may be less
likelihood of pain, so utilizing an oil with a combination of moisturizers,
such as shea butter and vitamin E, is recommended. In addition, an oil with
vitamin C is a good idea, as that vitamin is a component of collagen, a tissue
in the body that gives skin its tone and elasticity.