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Tumescent Male Organ Pain: Priapism & Antipsychotic Medications


Few things make a guy feel as proud as a firmly tumescent male organ – but when that firmness is due to priapism, it can be serious. Sometimes antipsychotic medication may be responsible. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Tumescent Male Organ Pain: Priapism & Antipsychotic Medications

Tumescent Male Organ Pain Priapism
Antipsychotic Medications
By John Dugan
  • A tumescent member is one of the barometers by
    which a man measures his male organ health, as
    the frequency of a hard male organ and the
    firmness thereof are among the factors that
    determine organ health. And it goes without
    saying that a man desires a strong tumescence
    when he is ready to initiate sensual activity,
    whether with a partner or with himself.
  • And yet there is a situation in which a tumescent
    male organ, one caused by priapism, is not
    desirable and in fact can be both painful and,
    ultimately, dangerous to a mans male health.
    There are several things that can bring about
    priapism one cause can be the use of
    antipsychotic medications.

About priapism
  • A man who has never suffered from priapism is
    likely to joke about it and say he wishes HE had
    a manhood that would stay strong and firm for
    hours on end. But men who have been through a
    bout of priapism know that it is no laughing
    matter. Often, the tumescence is intensely
    painful, creating a throbbing pain that can last
    for hours. Of even greater concern is that
    priapism can cause serious and permanent damage
    to the member.
  • Tumescence occurs when a man experiences exciting
    stimulation of some sort. When that stimulation
    occurs, a message is sent from the brain to the
    manhood to prepare for sensual action. The member
    responds by telling its blood vessels to take a
    breather to expand so that more blood can rush
    in and fill up the member. As the spongy tissue
    absorbs the blood, the manhood engorges.

  • When it has reached an appropriate level of
    firmness, the floodgates close, trapping the
    blood in the male organ so that it stays firm
    until after seed release (in most cases). When
    the activity is over, the excess blood is allowed
    to leave, and the manhood returns to normal.
  • But in the case of priapism, the blood remains
    trapped in the member, creating the persistent
    tumescent male organ. When the blood is kept
    trapped in the manhood, the oxygen cant
    replenish itself, which can damage or totally
    destroy delicate male organ tissue. This can
    cause tumescence dysfunction in some severe (and
    very rare) cases, it may require removal of dead

Antipsychotic medications
  • Antipsychotics are a class of tablets
    traditionally used in treating schizophrenia or
    bipolar disorder, but are sometimes used for
    other reasons, such as dementia, depression,
    obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette syndrome,
    and autism.
  • Many antipsychotics (as well as some other
    tablets) affect something called an alpha-1
    receptor. The manhood has alpha-1 receptors, and
    it is believed that impairment of these receptors
    may create the situation in which male organ
    blood flow becomes entrapped.
  • Any man who experiences priapism a tumescence
    lasting 4 or more hours should contact his
    doctor immediately. If he is taking
    antipsychotics, that should be discussed as a
    possible cause, especially if he experiences
    lengthy and painful tumescence regularly, even if
    they do not last as long as four hours.

  • A tumescent male organ is a wonderful thing, but
    priapism, whether due to antipsychotics or
    another cause, is not. When the priapism has been
    treated, soreness may remain, and use of a
    superior male organ health crème (health
    professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is
    clinically proven mild and safe for skin) may
    provide some relief. A crème with soothing
    moisturizing agents like vitamin E and Shea
    butter can help alleviate soreness. It also helps
    if the crème has vitamin D, the miracle vitamin
    that can encourage overall health of mans
    favorite organ.

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