Lots of things can cause a sore male organ. Usually, a day or two of resting the member is sufficient to get back to normal. Think of all the forces and frictions a man’s tool is subjected to on a daily basis - rubbing against clothing, pumping in the hand and pounding up against others’ body parts. A little pain here and there is no surprise. But a severely sore male organ, along with other symptoms, may be the sign of a serious condition. Maintaining proper male organ health requires that men seek medical attention if male organ fractures occur.

Male Organ Fractures

"Fracture" generally reminds one of something that happens to bone. While there are no bones in a boner, fracturing is still possible. When the male organ is hard, two chambers called the corpora cavernosa are engorged with blood. The covering of these chambers, called tunica albuginea, can rupture if the rigid male organ is subjected to blunt trauma. When this occurs to one or both chambers, the male organ is said to be fractured.


The following are symptoms of a male organ fracture:

- Severe pain

- A loud popping or clicking sound

- Immediate dark bruising

- Immediate softening of the member

- Blood in urethra/urine, if the urethra is damaged


The primary causes of male organ fractures are vigorous partner play or self-play. Anything that forces the male organ to bend while hard - hitting up against a woman’s internal walls too hard, a careless jerking motion of the hand, slamming up against some self-stimulation aid such as a mattress at the wrong angle, etc. - can lead to fracture.

A less common but interesting cause of fracturing is the Iranian practice of taqaandan, a method of forcing tumescence to soften by holding the base of the shaft steady and bending the top of the male organ. This practice should be avoided, as it is linked to higher rates of male organ fracture. There are safer ways to lose a stiffy - achieving release or thinking about baseball, for example.


A male organ fracture demands immediate medical attention; complications in the form of a permanently bent male organ, pain with coupling, damage to the urethra and loss of performance function are much more prevalent among men who don’t seek treatment right away. The best method for treating a male organ fracture is immediate surgical repair of the ruptured chamber wall(s) within the member, and repair of the urethra if this structure was damaged as well.


Prevention is generally the best medicine, and this is certainly true for male organ fractures. Though complication rates are higher when surgery isn’t pursued, some men who receive surgery still suffer from permanent bends, pain and performance dysfunction. Men can take the following measures to reduce their risk of suffering the dreaded male organ fracture:

- Keep it nice and lubed. This reduces friction and, therefore, the chances of getting bent out of shape.

- Thrust along the shaft.

- Be particularly careful when a female partner is on top. Upon entry or re-entry, the male organ can slam up against her bones and bend.

- Don’t get too wild - and don’t let partners get too wild. This doesn’t mean that men who want to prevent a male organ fracture have to go slow and gentle all the time; they just need to keep their wits about them enough to mind the alignment.

Preventing a male organ fracture is one of many things a man can do to maintain optimal health. Some men choose to supplement their basic care regimens with a male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) that contains natural emollients like Shea butter and vitamin E for soft, hydrated skin. Quality products will also feature vitamin C on the ingredient list, which may promote good circulation to the member along with keeping it youthful in appearance. A quick, daily application is all it takes.