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Likely Causes Why a Man's Private Organ may Reduce in Size

A mans private organ is used to pass out urine or engaging in intimacy, it is nowadays a common problem for men finding that the size of these organs keeps decreasing with time. There could be a number of reasons that could bless to these. Research has proved that the size of a man's private organ is not dependant on his race, colour or geographical location. In this article we will focus on 5 common reasons why these may occur.

1. Smoking

Smoking has proven to reduce a mans manhood, cigarettes contain chemicals that may interfere or prevent blood flow to the private organ. This will cut off nutrients and energy supply to these organs and interfere with the stretching ability.

2. Age

Aging has proved to be another important factor in determining a man's private organ size, during growth and aging, fats accumulates in blood vessels, this may hinder proper blood flow to these private organs. Eventually weakening muscle cells in the erectile tubes. When this happens, the private organs will decrease in size.

3. Excess weight

The kenya means health enthusiast Amerix is discouraging men from gaining waiting with body fats. When a man gains weight more than what be body can handle, especially around the stomach, the private organs become affected. A mans private organ is directly linked to the abdomen, when these region gains a lot of fat, it pulls back the private organs. Reducing this fats enables these organs to freely stretch and grow.

4. Peyronie’s disease

This is a disease that makes a man's private organ to diminish becoming small in size. One of it's major symbtoms is a fibrous scar tissue that grows inside a man's private organ, this scar can be felts from the outside by deep massage.

5. Surgery

This is also another leading cause of this condition, if a man has undergone prostrate surgery, he might experience a reduction in size of his private organ. Research has not revealed the direct correlation but it has been found to be a common occurrence after prostrate surgery.

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