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Severe Male Organ Pain: Is it a Nerve Problem?


Nothing can put a crimp in a guy’s sensual plans faster than excruciating male organ pain. There can be many causes, but pudendal neuralgia may be recurring and hard to get rid of. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Severe Male Organ Pain: Is it a Nerve Problem?

Severe Male Organ Pain Is it a Nerve Problem?
By John Dugan
  • All those sensitive nerves in the member are the
    reason that it feels so good when the member is
    stroked, enveloped or otherwise made the subject
    of physical attention. Without those nerves,
    sensual activity literally would be a whole
    different ballgame. But that special nerve
    sensitivity also means that male organ pain can
    be heightened when it occurs. Usually male organ
    pain is fleeting, as when the manhood is
    accidentally struck. But there can be some male
    organ health issues in which the pain is longer
    lasting or recurrent, which can be very difficult
    to deal with. One such situation is neuralgia,
    specifically pudendal neuralgia.
Pudendal neuralgia
  • Neuralgia is described as an intense burning or
    stabbing sensation caused when a nerve is damaged
    or irritated. First described in 1987, pudendal
    neuralgia is a specific kind of neuralgia, one
    which is sometimes known as pudendal nerve
    entrapment, cyclists syndrome or Alcock canal
  • Pudendal neuralgia can affect both men and women,
    although it is more often seen in women than in
    men. In men, it causes pain in the manhood,
    sacks, posterior and perineum (the area between
    the sacks and the posterior). Sometimes the pain
    is experienced in all of these areas, sometimes
    not. Often it presents as a burning sensation or
    as a tingling. In many cases, it causes a
    numbness to occur as well.
  • Frequently, the pain occurs when urinating or
    when engaged in mutual pleasure. In addition, men
    may experience this male organ pain when sitting,
    especially if sitting for an extended period of
    time. And in some cases, the pain occurs
    seemingly at random.
  • There are thought to be several things which can
    cause pudendal neuralgia. A sedentary lifestyle
    can be a cause (especially if one is obese), as
    can riding a bicycle for extended periods of
    time. Poorly managed diabetes can also cause
    damage to the nerves in the area. In some cases,
    trauma to the member or the surrounding area may
    result in nerve issues. Excessive constipation is
    also a likely culprit, as are tumors which
    develop in the midsection.
  • Treatment will depend upon the cause of the male
    organ pain. Often lifestyle changes are
    recommended. Those who are sedentary are
    encouraged to limit the amount of continuous time
    they spend sitting and those who are overweight
    are encouraged to bring this issue under control.
    More effective management of diabetes can often
    help. In addition, working to relieve stress and
    keep stress levels down can be very effective.
  • Often a physician will recommend a nerve block.
    This involves using an ultrasound to locate the
    affected nerve and injecting it with an
    anesthetic. In more difficult cases, treatment by
    radio waves, cold temperatures or alcohol
    injection may be effective. If the pudendal
    neuralgia is stubborn, a doctor may recommend
    surgery as the best option.
  • Pudendal neuralgia can be a recurring problem in
    some people. Finding a treatment that works best
    for an individual with recurring male organ pain
    may require trial and error.
  • Male organ pain from pudendal neuralgia usually
    requires the advice of a doctor. Keeping the
    manhood in good health can be helpful, so men
    should be sure that they make regular use of a
    first rate male organ health creme (health
    professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is
    clinically proven mild and safe for skin). What
    should a guy look for in a male organ health
    crème? It helps if the crème contains
    L-carnitine, which is an amino acid which can be
    helpful in restoring sensitivity lost due to
    peripheral nerve damage (often the result of
    rough if pleasurable - handling of the member).
    In addition, the crème should include vitamin C.
    This popular vitamin is a key component of
    collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin
    its tone and elasticity.