Avoid a Sore Male Organ While Male Organ Hanging

by John Dugan Owner

Pssst. Hey buddy, want a bigger male member? Even men whose endowment is more than sufficient may be apt to respond to such a question in the affirmative. Guys know it doesn’t really make sense, that male organ health and skill with the equipment matter more than male organ size; yet still, almost all guys think they wouldn’t mind adding another inch or two (or more) to their current manhood measurement. And sometimes men will take very definite steps in search of a bigger manhood, such as male organ hanging. While most experts don’t believe that male organ hanging or other manhood lengthening methods actually provide long-term results, guys still try them. So for anyone contemplating male organ hanging, take into consideration a few tips to help prevent a sore male organ.

Why a Sore Male Organ?

Novices or the uninitiated may wonder why male organ hanging might cause a sore male organ. Well, there are good reasons. Basically, male organ hanging is pretty much just what the name implies. It’s a method of hopefully getting a longer member by attaching weights to the organ that will streeeeetttttch it out to a new length.

Now one can see perhaps why soreness is likely with this method. But there’s sore and then there’s SORE; adding weights to the member is almost certain to cause some soreness, so it behooves a guy to take steps to keep the soreness to a minimum. (It should be added here that there is a risk of serious injury to any man hanging weights on his manhood; guys who are determined to take this path should be very careful and proceed with caution.)


With that in mind, the steps a guy can take to minimize the severity of a sore male organ from male organ hanging include:

Warm the manhood up thoroughly before starting. Many experts recommend starting with a warm (not hot!) compress on the member. Take a washcloth and heat it gently, just until nice and warm, or soak it in warm water, and then wrap that around the member and gently massage the manhood inside the washcloth. (Yes, this may give a guy tumescence; such is life.)

Stretch the member out. Just as a person should do leg stretches before running, manhood stretching exercises should be utilized prior to hanging. Basically, this involves gripping the base of the shaft in a circle made with the thumb and the first finger and slowly moving it up to the end of the shaft, tugging slightly as it goes along. This can be repeated numerous time, with variations on how tightly the member is gripped. This should go on for at least 5 or 10 minutes.

Start out slow. There may be a temptation to rush in and start with a lot of weights, especially if trying a low amount of weight seems like a piece of cake. It’s better to start slow and gradually increase the weights; going too fast increases the likelihood of a sore male organ.

Don’t go too long. Similarly, don’t wear the weights for an over-extended period of time. Follow instructions and if anything, err on the side of not wearing the weights long enough. Once a guy has done this for a while, he can get a better idea of how long a typical session should last.

Warm down. After releasing the member from weights, wrapping a male organ in a warm compress can provide some soothing relief.

Use a male organ health oil. To decrease the likelihood of a really sore male organ from male organ hanging, apply a quality male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Manhood skin that is well moisturized is less likely to be as sore, so utilize an oil that contains both a high-end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (like vitamin E). In addition, strengthen the skin via an oil that contains alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that fights oxidative damage from free radicals.

Visit for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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