Some Medications Might Impact Male Organ Functionby John Dugan Owner
Lots of guys are proud of having a big male member, and other men
with less-impressive packages may feel insecure about the size of their
equipment. Yet in the bedroom, male organ size gives way in importance to male
organ health and to male organ function; clearly, a healthy, if small, manhood
that functions well and is handled with skill is preferable to a flabby monster
that can’t get the job done. Of course, men with members of all sizes – and
shapes and ages, etc. – may experience male organ function issues, either
regularly or intermittently, and for a variety of reasons. If this happens to a
guy, he may want to carefully read the labels on any medications he is
currently taking; some can have an impact on male organ function.
Is it all medications?
First, it’s important to realize that not all medications are
associated with male organ function issues. And even when medications used to
treat a particular problem do have such an association, it’s rare that ALL
medications used to treat that problem will have that association. And finally,
even if certain medications do list male organ function issues as a possible
side effect, that doesn’t mean that every man who takes that medication is
going to experience male organ function issues. Every person metabolizes
medication in a slightly different way or at a slightly different rate, and
side effects are also often affected – positively and negatively – by things
like diet, exercise, obesity, alcohol intake, etc.
Some more likely
That being said, there are medications for certain conditions that
may be more likely to be associated with male organ function than others.
Again, however, that doesn’t mean that every man who takes medications for
these conditions is going to experience issues with their member.
Among the medications more likely to cause male organ function
issues are some (not necessarily all) medications that are used to treat high
blood pressure, antidepressants, antihistamines, muscle relaxants, chemotherapy
medications, antiarrythmics, medications for treating Parkinson’s disease,
sleeping medications, medications for treating ulcers, and non-steroidal
If a man is using medications that he suspects may be causing
tumescence issues (whether the medication falls into one of these categories or
not), he should bring this to the attention of his doctor and discuss whether
an alternative medication might be a better option.
Not just tumescence function
Although tumescence issues are the male organ function problem
most often associated with mediations, there can be other problems as well. For
example, some studies indicate that certain mediations may bring about a degree
of manhood shrinkage, something that most men wish to avoid. Medications most
often thought to possibly cause manhood shrinkage include antidepressants and
antipsychotics, medications used for attention deficit and/or hyperactivity
disorders, and medications for enlarged prostates.
Again, male organ shrinkage is not necessarily related to all
medications used to treat these issues, and not every man who does use
medications associated with male member shrinkage will experience this
complication. And as mentioned above, discussing with a doctor whether a
medication may be causing manhood shrinkage and what alternatives may be
available is key.
Medications are only one potential source of male organ function
issues. In general, a healthier member is less likely to experience problems,
so men are well advised to apply daily a superior male organ health creme (health
professionals recommend Man 1 Man
Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The most
appropriate crèmes will contain a range of vitamins, including A, B5, C, D, and
E. Applying these vitamins topically through a crème directly to the manhood allows
them more direct access to the organ. The best crèmes will also include
L-arginine, an amino acid that helps in the process by which male organ blood
vessels are enabled to expand when blood flow increases.
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