Male Organ Size: Avoiding Shrinkage

by John Dugan Owner

Considering the incredible emphasis placed on male organ size in modern culture, it’s not surprising that most men would react with concern and/or fear at the possibility of encountering any personal shrinkage where their boys are concerned. That’s not to say they don’t know that temporary manhood shrinkage does occur; any man who has ever taken a refreshing dip in an icy cold river is aware that the manhood and sacks may withdraw for a little while – but they always come back. However, less temporary shrinkage is something that can and does occur, sometimes as a male organ health issue, and men are advised to know of the situations in which this may occur.


What are some of the factors that can cause male organ size to diminish? There are several things to consider, including:

- Obesity. Technically, obesity does not cause the male organ size to diminish, but it does affect the ability of people to see all the member. When a man gains too much weight, the “pad” surrounding the manhood also becomes fat. As this happens, it folds over the base of the member, in a sense “engulfing” the base. All of the manhood is still there; it’s just that a significant portion – often an inch or more in really obese men – is now hidden away underneath the fat pad. In addition, when the member is surrounded by a large belly, it also tends to appear smaller than it actually is.

- Getting on. The body changes with age, and so it’s no surprise that the member might as well. For many men, aging includes the buildup of fat deposits in their arteries, which in turn makes it more difficult for blood to get through. This can have two consequences in terms of male organ size: (1) less blood means less delivery of oxygen, which can mean that some affected tissue – such as male organ skin tissue – can actually atrophy. And (2) hampered blood flow means less blood getting to the manhood during the tumescent phase, meaning it may not swell up to its full potential.

- Prostate surgery. One survey found that more than 70% of men who underwent prostate surgery had male organ shrinkage as one of their complications. Exactly why this occurs is unclear.

- Smoking. It’s no surprise that smoking is bad for the health, but it may be a surprise that smoking can actually cause a change in male organ size. Smoking, plainly put, damages blood vessels in the member, so that the member cannot become as tumescent or as firm as it once did.

- Peyronie’s disease. When a man has a severely bent member, he is said to suffer from Peyronie’s disease. This is a situation in which scar tissue has formed in the manhood, causing the member to bend abnormally – and often, painfully. It also prevents the male organ from reaching its full length.

Shrinkage of male organ size can be due to many factors, but it seems less likely to occur if a man’s male organ health is secure. To attain that goal, daily use of a top-notch male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is urged. Keeping manhood skin nice and supple helps the member to stretch to its fullest potential, so use a crème with both a high-end emollient (like shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). Also advised: use a crème with a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid, which can seriously help fight oxidative stress and damage. Alpha lipoic acid targets and battles free radicals, which create the oxidative stress that can weaken skin significantly.

Visit for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male member sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. 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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