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Member Pain Explained: Identifying a Fractured Male Organ and How to Treat It

by John Dugan Owner

It’s the pop heard ‘round the world – the fractured male organ. Most often occurring during intimate time, member fractures are no joke. The member pain from one of these alone can radiate to other galaxies. This injury usually happens in the lower two-thirds of the male organ for a handful of reasons. While not a break, since the male organ doesn’t have a bone per se, it is a major injury that requires immediate medical treatment as it can have long-term effects on a man’s ability to urinate as well as his ability to, as Marvin Gaye would put it, get it on. Here’s the 4-1-1 on what to do if you find yourself with a fractured male organ.

Fractured Male Organ Symptoms

There are several symptoms a man can look for to determine if he has a fractured male organ. Here are the major signs that a member fracture may be what’s causing member pain:

- Varying levels of pain from minor to major

- Hearing a cracking or popping sound upon receiving the issue

- Dark-colored bruising to the male organ

- Bleeding from the male organ

- Difficulty urinating

- Inability to get a hard-on

Research also indicated that a member fracture takes on something called an “eggplant deformity” because the male organ turns purple and swells. Minor symptoms of a fractured male organ include blood in the urine and scrotal swelling.

Fractured Male Organ Causes

The male organ has this sponge-like tissue called the corpus cavernosa. This is what fills with blood when a man gets a hard-on, and once filled, one or both sides of the area can snap, which results in a fractured male organ. A man can only get a member fracture when the male organ is hard. Here are a few things that can cause a fractured male organ:

- Thrusting too hard against the pubic bone or perineum during relations

- Rolling onto a hard-on in your sleep

- Awkward angles during relations

- Running into a door or piece of furniture while hard

- Falling onto a hard male organ

Yeah, none of that sound fun, right?

Fractured Male Organ: When to See the Doctor

There’s only one answer when it comes to seeing the doctor when you get a fractured male organ: immediately. Not only do they cause a lot of member pain, but they also require immediate medical attention. Member fractures can permanently damage a man’s sensual function and ability to urinate.  Head to the emergency room and get it seen ASAP.

Once with a doctor, they will ask a lot of questions about how it happened. It’s also likely the doctor will use an X-ray or ultrasound machine to identify the exact area the fracture occurred, so they can treat it effectively.

Fractured Male Organ Treatment

There are several ways to treat a fractured male organ, depending on the severity. Of course, any surgical or primary treatment will be performed by a medical professional at diagnosis. Most patients can expect to do these at-home treatments:

- Taking ibuprofen to relieve pain and swelling

- Applying cold compresses for ten minutes at a time to reduce swelling

- Wearing a special splint to alleviate pressure

- Using a Foley catheter to empty the bladder to minimize trauma to the male organ

Fractured Male Organ Aftercare

Recovery always depends on two things: the severity of the injury and how well a man follows treatment protocols. After the doctor fixes it all up, a man can expect to refrain from all sensual activity for at least one month so the member can heal, sometimes longer. Some doctors will also prescribe sedatives or hormones during the healing phase to ensure a man doesn’t get a hard-on because hard-ons will cause extreme member pain and can upset recovery, which is necessary to regain all functions.

While healing and after, use a genital health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to protect and nourish the skin. These crèmes contain lots of nutrients and vitamins that ward against infection and keep the skin sensitive and responsive.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common genital health issues, tips on improving 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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