Utilizing Sensual Toys With a Bent Male Organ
Posted: Feb 24, 2020
Men who experience a significantly bent male organ – who have what would medically be determined to be Peyronie’s disease – face a number of challenges, including some related to sensual or male organ health. Although treatments are being developed that can help a man with a severely bent male organ, there is still a lot that is being learned about Peyronie’s disease and still many times when a man with a bent male organ may need to seek accommodations of some kind. For example, he may need to give some thought to what sensual toys he does or does not incorporate into his sensual play.
Bent vs curved
Lest too many men worry about whether they have Peyronie’s disease and don’t know, it’s important to realize that in many men, some degree of curvature of the manhood is totally natural and not a male organ health issue at all. It’s only when the degree of curvature is so extreme as to cause pain or to interfere with penetrative sensual experiences that problems arise.
Peyronie’s disease generally occurs when there is some trauma to the member – one-time or repeated – that damages the delicate manhood tissue. When the tissue heals, some scar tissue or plaque also forms. This is just part of the healing process. The problem is that scar tissue does not have the flexibility and stretchiness that male organ tissue does; it is this flexibility that enables the manhood to grow from its soft state into its longer and thicker tumescent state.
A man’s member still becomes tumescent, but as the manhood elongates, the side that has scar tissue cannot stretch as far as the other sides, causing the member to bend up, down, to the left, or to the right.
Use of sensual toys
So how does this affect a man’s use of sensual toys? In many instances, it does not, but in others it can.
Take, for instance, the simple male organ ring, possibly the sensual toy most commonly used by men. The male organ ring, which may be made of metal, silicone, latex, leather, or other materials, is meant to go around either the shaft of the member or both the shaft and sacks. It is tight (but not so tight as to cause pain), and this tightness helps to trap blood in the tumescent manhood, enabling a man to more easily attain and maintain tumescence. However, many men with a severely bent male organ may experience varying degrees of pain during tumescence, and it is possible that a male organ ring may exacerbate this painful state.
Similarly, male organ sleeves – hollow cylindrical objects intended to be worn over the manhood – may indeed help temporarily straighten the bent male organ somewhat while the member is inside the sleeve, and that can be a benefit for a man and his partner. But in especially severe cases, the "pull" that causes the straightening may add to the pain caused by the bend.
However, most sensual toys should be of use to even a man with a bent male organ. Often, Peyronie’s disease may be accompanied by a loss of some member sensation, due to the relative insensitivity of scar tissue, which may affect a man’s sensual enjoyment. Sensual toys such as posterior massagers or vibrating toys may help to increase sensual sensation to "make up" for the loss brought about by the scar tissue.
Using sensual toys may be beneficial for a man with a bent male organ, as can regular use of a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). An oil cannot straighten the bent male organ, but it can help to keep the skin and tissue as pliable as possible, especially if the oil contains heavy-hitting moisturizing agents like shea butter and vitamin E. It’s also advisable to find an oil with vitamin C, which happens to be a key component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin its tone and elasticity.
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