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Male Organ Nerve Damage – Is Diabetes to Blame? By John Dugan

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-08-29 06:55:02 | 364 Reads | Unrated

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Diabetes and male organ problems go hand-in-hand. Male organ nerve damage is an unfortunate side effect of untreated diabetes. Read on to figure out what a loss of sensation in manhood tissue might mean for overall health.

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For most men, the manhood can be a wonderful source of pleasure. Romance and intimacy can bring a man much closer to his partner, provide relief of tension and stress, and simply make him feel good. Many men connect their ‘manliness’ to that pleasure. So when, in spite of the best efforts at manhood care,  something goes wrong, and male organ nerve damage wreaks havoc on a man’s personal life, it can feel as though the whole world is crashing down.

Though there might be many reasons for the loss of sensation in manhood tissue, diabetes is one very clear

culprit. Diabetes and male organ problems go hand-in-hand. This is due to the physical nature of how the manhood actually works during sensual activity: The tiny blood vessels throughout the manhood become engorged with blood, leading to tumescence. That pleasant feeling of fullness might ebb and flow a bit during sensual activity, but typically lasts until emission.

Diabetes and male organ problems

Those with diabetes, however, might experience something very different. According to the National Institutes of Health, up to 70 percent of those with diabetes also have some form of neuropathy, or nerve damage. That damage can occur anywhere in the body, but especially in areas that have the tiniest blood vessels, such as the hands, feet, kidneys, and yes – the manhood. Lack of attention to blood sugar levels can mean that sensual pleasure decreases, or is even out of reach for some with diabetes.

Male organ nerve damage as a result of diabetes is known as autonomic neuropathy. It gradually decreases the sensual response, though the drive itself remains unchanged. This might mean it becomes more difficult achieve and maintain tumescence and difficulty with coming to a height of pleasure. It might even mean that a man comes in a way that is different – and perhaps less satisfying – than what he is accustomed to. In addition, the damage to those nerves can lead to a loss of sensation in the manhood.

But what if a man has signs of male organ nerve damage, but has never been diagnosed with diabetes? It is important to remember two key points.

First, remember that in the United States alone, over eight million people have diabetes but are undiagnosed. That means that over one-fourth of all individuals with diabetes do not know they have it! One of the first things a doctor should do for male organ nerve damage complaints is a complete blood work-up, which includes diabetes testing.

The second point to remember is that male organ nerve damage might be caused by something other than diabetes. A physical trauma that affects the genital area, some partner transmitted diseases, vascular diseases, certain medications, and even some neurological disorders can lead to male organ problems. No matter what might be leading to the problems, it is vitally important to get checked out by the physician, who can pinpoint any underlying issues.

How to handle male organ nerve damage

Though severe nerve damage cannot be reversed, the symptoms can be lessened a bit by paying close attention to blood sugar levels. Those who have diabetes can perform regular glucose checks, take their medication as directed, and strive for a good overall blood sugar reading, known as the HbA1c. Though nerve damage symptoms might initially get worse when blood sugar is brought under tight control, over time some of the symptoms will likely improve.

In addition, the use of a good moisturizing manhood cream can provide excellent benefits. A manhood health crème  (most health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) that contains alpha-lipoic acid might help relieve symptoms and improve nerve function. Other ingredients, such as acetyl L carnitine, have been proven as a neuroprotective, meaning that it helps prevent some of the nerve damage that might be caused by diabetes. In addition, diabetes often leads to dry skin – a powerful emollient, such as Shea butter, will help soften the skin and keep it supple.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving manhood 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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For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: http://www.penishealth101.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.