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Male Organ Bumps: What it Means to Have a Reproductive Organ Hemangioma

Adult males with an interest in superior manhood care are familiar with many of the common male organ health issues: Peyronie’s disease, Fordyce spots, and so on. But there are many other manhood conditions that are not so common. One of these, reproductive organ hemangioma, tends to occur more often in children, but can affect adult men as well, resulting in unusual male organ bumps or marks.

Hemangioma

What is a hemangioma? In the vast majority of the cases, it is a birthmark, something a child is born with or which develops very early in infancy. It’s a benign vascular tumor, which is another way of saying that the blood vessels in an area of the skin get together in an unusual way, such that they leave a mark on the skin above them. When the capillaries stay beneath the skin, the mark is referred to as a cavernous hemangioma. When the vessels erupt from the skin, appearing on the surface, they are called capillary hemangiomas.

Although a hemangioma can be quite visible early on, most of them tend to fade away as a child ages. The majority of hemangiomas disappear by adolescence, although capillary hemangiomas are more likely to remain visible for an extended period of time than cavernous ones. However, some adults do experience the arrival of hemangiomas later in life.

Since the tumors are noncancerous, they are typically not a cause for concern. In some cases, however, they can create difficulties. Cavernous hemangiomas, in particular, may cause vision or breathing problems, depending upon where they are located and how deep they go. If the hemangioma is in certain areas, it may cause nausea, abdominal discomfort and loss of appetite.

Reproductive organ hemangioma

When a hemangioma appears on the member, it is considered a reproductive organ hemangioma. These are very rare, with only about two dozen cases described in medical literature. While hemangiomas tend to be benign, the placement of one on the manhood can become problematic. Because of the intense friction the manhood endures during intimacy, the hemangioma can cause significant discomfort and pain. In some instances, sensual activity, whether in the form of partner or solo play, can result in rupture of the capillaries and bleeding.

In addition, some men find the presence of hemangiomas to be aesthetically unappealing. Potential partners may be concerned about their appearance, worrying that they may indicate the presence of a partner-transmitted infection (which is not the case). If a man is displeased with the appearance of his manhood due to the tumor, he may find his self-esteem impacted and may experience feelings of depression.

Treatment

If a man decides to have a hemangioma removed, the most common options are surgical excision, laser therapy and sclerotherapy (injection of chemicals directly into a vein). When the hemangioma is on the manhood, sclerotherapy is probably the most common procedure.

As stated before, reproductive organ hemangiomas are rare, especially in adult males. However, if a man notices a swelling and discoloration on his manhood for which no other cause is evident, he should explore this option with his doctor.

The cause of hemangiomas is still unknown, but a manhood in good health is in a better state to receive treatment if one does develop. One excellent way to maintain male organ health is via the daily application of a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . It pays to select a crème that covers all the bases, so the wise shopper will choose one that includes a range of vitamins, preferably A, B5, C, D and E. It’s also a good idea to find a crème with L-arginine, an amino acid that helps boost the health of the blood vessels by keeping them open to increased blood flow.

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