When the manhood becomes tumescent, it may not be perfectly straight. Some curvature of the member is normal, but in some cases what occurs is really a bent member – a member in which the curvature is pretty severe. This may be due to a male organ health issue – specifically the condition called Peyronie’s disease – or it may simply be the way the member is formed. In either case, having partner sensual activity with a bent member may mean exploring sensual positions to find the one that works best for the couple in question.
Peyronie’s disease refers to a condition in which the curvature of the manhood is due to scar tissue or plaque build-up. It most often is associated with trauma – either repeated rough handling or one big injury – which creates the curvature. Sometimes other factors, such as vitamin E deficiency, may also be involved.
The curvature may be to the left or right, or up or down. In some cases, the act of becoming tumescent brings pain, as the skin is stretched too taut due to the severity of the bend.
The bending often requires that a man try out various sensual positions to find the one that works best for him and his partner. The following are some of the more popular among men with a bent member.
• Doggy. For many couples, this is the position of choice – and especially for men whose member has a downward arc, as this position may enable their manhood easier access to the elusive sensual spot. The position is preferred because it’s relatively easy to get into and maintain. The woman gets on her hands and knees. The man kneels and enters the female organ from behind. And then – voila!
• Woman on top. This position is exactly what it sounds like. The man lies down and the woman straddles him. Those who are first experimenting with each other’s bodies often find this works best when a bent member is involved, as the woman has a greater degree of maneuverability and can often find the best spot with more ease.
• Standing straddle. This position requires strength and balance from the man, as he must stand up while the woman wraps her arms around the man’s neck while also wrapping her legs around his waist. When the woman is in position, the man will need to support her by cupping his hands under her posterior.
• T-shape. Picture making a t-shape with two bodies, with the midsection meeting at the intersection. In order for it to work, the woman needs to lie on her back with her legs bent. The man is at a 90 degree angle to her, with his midsection underneath her bent legs. Entry can be a little tricky, but the position itself is quite accommodating for a bent member that curves to the side.
There are many other sensual positions a man with a bent member can try – and it’s important to remember that for some couples, good ol’ missionary works best. The key is to be willing to explore options until the best fit is found.
Finding good sensual positions for a bent member is crucial, but it’s also important to maintain the health of that manhood via the daily administration of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Since vitamin E deficiency is sometimes linked with Peyronie’s disease, it doesn’t hurt to select a crème that contains vitamin E, a vital hydrating element. A man is wise to choose a crème that also contains L-arginine, an amino acid that is part of the process by which manhood blood vessels dilate, thereby making them receptive to the increased blood flow necessary for a healthy male organ.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.