Tingling and Sore Male Organ? Look into RGS

by John Dugan Owner

Most of the time, an excited male organ is a welcome situation for a man. Sure, sometimes that tumescence comes at a somewhat embarrassing moment, like when making a presentation, but most of the time guys are happy to see their little friend perking up. It’s usually a sign of good male organ health, if nothing else. But for a small minority of men, that tumescence is a pain. It’s a result of something known as RGS, and it can make for a sore male organ situation for some men.

Not a regular tumescent male organ

Sometimes known as PGAD, RGS is something which maybe doesn’t sound so bad at first. Basically, when a guy has this condition, his manhood feels intensely excited, even without sensual stimulus or fantasies.

How is that different than just popping an occasional boner for no reason at all, as happens commonly? Well, RGS occurs much more frequently – and the excitement can last for hours at a time, unless a man relieves himself by Self-Stimulation or having partner pleasure. And in some cases, even that doesn’t diminish the state of excitement that his male member feels. And when a guy is excited for too long, it often leads to a sore male organ.

Not priapism

This is different from priapism, in which a physical situation results in the manhood being painfully tumescent for an extended period of time. With RGS, the tumescence may wax and wane several times – but even when it goes soft, the tingling and soreness remains.

In some cases, the sensation can be so extreme that a guy simply can’t concentrate on anything else. He may be concentrating on an important project with a fast-approaching deadline, but his tingling, sore male organ keeps him from making progress. And when guys afflicted with RGS take matters into their own hands and self-stimulate for relief, they often feel that they’re being controlled by their member. In some instances, not self-gratifying can be even more problematic; if a guy gets RGS while walking, for example, in some cases the feeling of his member rubbing against trouser fabric can cause him to unwillingly release seed in his pants.


So what happens to cause RGS? Because it is a rare condition and has only recently started being explored, doctors don’t really know. It appears that it’s a neurological condition in which the nerves in the member become hyper-sensitive – but exactly why they take on this high degree of sensitivity is not clear.

Some doctors think this is similar to restless leg syndrome, and so they prescribe medications used to treat that condition, such as selective serotonin uptake inhibitors (SSRIs) or dopamine agonists. Since the condition is considered so rare, clinical trials have not been conducted yet to determine the effectiveness of these treatments, but some men report that they help.

If a man thinks he has RGS, he should definitely consult with a doctor, especially a urologist  or neurologist with experience working with unusual conditions.

Simply living with RGS can make for a sore male organ, as can frequently Self-Stimulation to provide some much-needed relief. One way to help soothe that sore male organ is to regularly apply a top drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin).  Proper moisturization is one way to help ease a sore male organ, so select a crème with both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a favored hydrator (such as vitamin E) Be sure the crème also contains pantothenic acid, also called vitamin B5. Pantothenic acid is a vital nutrient that helps maintain and strengthen healthy male organ tissue.

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