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Male Organ Atrophy 101: Everything a Man Should Know About Member Shrinkage
“Male organ atrophy” are words no man wants to hear or be the holder of, just by the sound alone. However, what is male organ atrophy, and how can a man fix or prevent it? We uncover the details. Read on., 8/13/2019 - Member shrinkage. Ugh, it sounds like a dirty word. Male organ atrophy sounds even worse because it has a medical ring of terror around it. Both represent the same thing: it’s a condition in which the size of a member appears to decrease (or actually does) due to a large loss of male organ tissue.

What Causes Male Organ Atrophy?

There are several different causes of male organ atrophy. Here are a few of the most common ones, some permanent and some influenced by a lifestyle that has been linked to member shrinkage.

1. Old Man Time – Age is an unescapable truth, and while wisdom and self-image usually improve, it can take a toll on a man’s soldier. Accumulated scar tissue from years of crazy partner play and sports injuries can have a negative effect on the spongy tissue that aids in firmness, leading to member shrinkage.

2. Smoking Causes Smaller Sausages – Smoking shrinks and damages blood vessels in the body, including those in the member, which can prevent blood flow from reaching the manhood. This is proved by a study out of Boston University School of Medicine that found that male smokers had smaller members. If that doesn’t make a man quit, what will?

3. Too Many Beers and Hot Wings – Weight gain, especially visceral fat in the abdomen, can make a member look smaller, giving it a shrinking effect. The member is attached to the abdominal wall, and when the stomach inflates, it pulls the member inward, reducing its visible size.

4. Peyronie’s Disease – This disease is marked by the buildup of scar tissue, which causes the member to become drastically curved when firm and can be quite painful. Peyronie’s can result in a decrease in both the length and girth of a man’s mister.

5. Medication – Medications like Adderall, antipsychotics, and antidepressants can cause member shrinkage. See a doctor for more details, and always ask about side effects!

How Can a Man Treat Member Shrinkage?

There are several ways to deal with male organ atrophy. Here are a few ways a man can lessen or reverse member shrinkage:

1. Lose the Nicotine – While there are many reasons to quit smoking (yes, vaping too), keeping the member strong is a very persuasive one. Smoking shrinks and deteriorates the blood vessels. Remember this mantra: Cigarette butts kill boners!

2. Whittle the Waist – It’s time to shed some pounds. The member will look bigger, and it will work better because there is less in the way of the blood flow.

3. Male Enhancers – Boost blood flow with Daddy’s little helpers. Male enhancement medications will help most men achieve and maintain stronger, powerful hard-ons.

4. Surgery for Severe Cases – Those men who have Peyronie’s disease or excessive scar tissue on their member can find help with ultrasound treatments or surgery.

Male Organ Atrophy Prevention

Okay, so aging is off the table. If a man could figure that one out, he’d be the richest man in the world. Let’s talk about realistic things men can do to avoid member shrinkage.

Finally, maintain male organ health. Keep it clean and free of infection. Practice safe intimacy always. Men who want to really keep their member is great shape use a specifically formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) daily or multiple times a day to rejuvenate and protect their member.

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