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10 problems that most men encounter with their tool

A must read if you love your willey.

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A penis is the most precious organ to a man as it determines his manly hood. Any issue with the penis can stress a person over its limits, as he is afraid to express the problem in front of others.

It is rather quite normal to have a penis problem as most of the men encounter it at some point in their life.

If you are wondering whether you are healthy down there and your package will be able to deliver the best performance when due, you need to go through the following top most penis problems that most males encounter.

Don’t waste time scroll down fast to clear your doubtful mind!

1. Erectile Dysfunction

It is the most common penis problem men experience across the globe. Erectile dysfunction is a condition where your penis fails to reach the full potential of an erection or cannot hold the erect state for long. It could be due to the reduced amount of blood flowing to your penis or the lack of capacity of the erectile tissue to maintain the blood supply for long.

Erectile Dysfunction

There are various reasons for its occurrence such as alcohol over consumption, hardened arteries due to rough sexual stimulation, abnormal mental state, cardiovascular disease, and likewise. The treatment includes ED drugs like Viagra, Levitra and penis pumps and therapies.

Also read: What is Psychological Impotence? and how to overcome it?

2. Premature Ejaculation

Most of the men suffer from premature ejaculation on different occasions. Even though there are no exact time limits as to when your erect penis should ejaculate, but it is considered to be a premature ejaculation when it ejaculates with minimal sexual stimulation. For example, you ejaculate immediately right after the penetration or during dry stimulation by your partner.

 Premature Ejaculation

The exact reason for premature ejaculation is not clearly understood yet but there are various therapies, exercises, and medicines available to prolong the time.

Also read: Beginners guide to last long in bed

3. Peyronie’s Disease

Even though it is named so, it is not a disease in the real sense. It is a condition where your penis bends to the right or left and the erection process gets painful. The bending will be obvious when the penis is flaccid and the degree of bending decreases as it gets erect. The condition occurs due to inflammation of scar tissue inside the thick membrane of the penis.

Peyronie’s Disease

It is common in at least 5% to 10% of men around the world. It can be due to injuries, surgery, rough sexual activities and likewise. People suffering from Peyronie’s disease find it difficult to have intercourse. The treatments include pumps, injections, creams and massage, and surgery.

4. Penile Discharge

Penile discharge is referred to as urethritis and it is a condition when you can notice a discharge from your penis. It is generally caused due to the inflammation of the urethra and it is a result of bacteria, viruses or yeasts infiltration of the urethra. The discharge can be of any type starting from thick or watery to foul or odorless. One can also notice drops of blood in some cases.

Penile Discharge

The most common reason for this penile discharge is the sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea chlamydia, ureaplasma and likewise. Once you notice such a discharge, you should visit a doctor because the long-term consequences can be very serious.

 5. Penis Bumps

If you notice bumps on your penis, you should not be alarmed as it is quite common in men. There are various reasons why one or multiple bumps can grow on any part of the penis. It can be due to oil glands or hair follicles, allergic reaction from the soap or lubricant you used, rough rubbing without lubrication, rubbing with clothes, lack of proper cleaning and likewise.

Penis Bumps
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They can be painful penis problem for a few days and you can clearly see fluids filling it. Most of the time, no treatment is required as it goes away naturally. But if it does not, you may visit a doctor and doctors generally prescribe creams to apply.

6. Priapism

penis problem: Priapism

It is a serious condition in which the erect penis does not return to its flaccid state. It can be extremely painful as you go about doing your regular work. It can last for hours or even days and in the worst-case scenario, it might even require amputation. You can treat it by applying ice-pack to your penis or other options include draining blood from the penis (aspiration) and medication to restrict blood flow to the penis.

7. Lymphangiosclerosis

It is the hardening of a lymph vessel in the penis which may cause pain during masturbation and sex. It often looks like a thick cord wrapping around the bottom of the head of your penis or along the entire length of your penile shaft. There are many through which one can get affected because of this. The treatment can also be done accordingly. If its due to an STI, then antibiotics is a must and make your current sexual partner aware of your situation. And if it gets more serious then your surgeon might have to remove lymph vessels if it keeps hardening.

8. Balanitis

penis problem: Balanitis

It presents as an irritating, burning, red to orange rash and is an inflammation that affects the head of the penis and/or the foreskin and may or may not be sexually transmitted. Treatment depends on the cause, but may require antibiotics, steroid creams or antifungal creams. In extreme cases, the foreskin may need to be removed.

9. Fordyce spots

These are small red or purple spots (1 to 5 millimeters in diameter) on the glans, shaft or the scrotum. They are painless, not itchy and occur singly or in groups of up to 100. Fordyce spots are due to dilated blood vessels and are mostly harmless. Most doctors advise against the treatments for it saying it will naturally calm or soothe down. But there are still a number of cosmetic treatments available. Two of them are ‘Electrodesiccation’ and ‘Pulsed dye lasers’.

10. Genital warts 

They are pinkish-white, pinkish-brown or skin-coloured cauliflower-shaped growths and lumps with a moist surface, which is usually found on the top of the penis, but can also occur on the shaft, the scrotum, around the anus and in the mouth and throat. This STI is caused by the human papillomavirus.

The treatment includes Vaccines that can protect against many genital-wart-causing strains of HPV. Genital warts can be treated with prescription medication applied directly to warts or can be surgically removed.

Problems mentioned here are quite normal and one should not hesitate or shy away from a visit to a doctor to know more about these problems and get cured. This blog intends to highlight the top penis problem and in no way suggests self-medication.  

 Stay safe, have a happy sexlife!!

Also read: 10 common sex injuries that could happen to anyone


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