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Bedroom Positions for a Bent Male Organ - Making the Most of the Curve #HealthZone
A curved or bent male organ is common in many men, and most of them require no specialized bedroom positions in order to facilitate the manner in which their tool manifests its individuality. Still, some men, including those with more severe cases of Peyronie's disease, on occasion do encounter partners whose welcoming orifices may not accommodate the equipment in question without some special maneuvering. Practicing appropriate organ care in the placement of the member in these instances is necessary in order to avoid both discomfort for the partner and injury to the organ during thrusting.
Although hard statistics are difficult to come by, it's clear that a great many men possess a tool that opts to avoid the straight-line look for a more distinctive, curved appearance. The curvature can be to the left or right, or it can curve upward or downward; there's nothing inherently wrong with any of this. Only when the bent organ has a curvature that creates challenges to sensual satisfaction is there any need to consider which positions are most suitable.
It's also important for a man to remember that, just as every organ is different, so is every point of entry for every partner. For some partners, any position may work out fine, while others may benefit from exploring new options.
Finally, men who feel self-conscious about having a bent organ should remember that many women prefer a curved organ to a straight one: although not backed up with research data, there have been suggestions that some curvature can provide women with greater stimulation.
Again, every person is different, so finding the best position may require a bit of trial and error; however, below are a few suggested positions that many men with member curvature may wish to explore.
- For an upward curving organ: The missionary position is often a good one for those whose organ curves upward: both the man and the woman have a fairly good degree of control here, so that they can both arrange the angle and depth of entry for maximum comfort. A standing position is also often a good option, provided that the relative heights of the participants make this viable.
- For a downward curving organ: Men whose manhood points downward may do better in positions in which the woman has more control. "Woman on top" positions allow for this; an especially good option to explore is one in which the man lies on his back, legs spread and knees bent, and the woman sits upon his male organ, but facing away from him. This often provides better accommodation for the downward curvature.
- For a left- or right-curving organ: Side bedroom positions are often best for a organ that bends to the left or right. There are various "spooning" techniques which can be explored: these involve the woman lying on her side, with her back to the man. The man may simply raise the woman's legs enough to slide into her or he may lift one of her legs and re-position himself by moving one of his legs over hers or raising his torso. There's a great variety to be found in side bedroom positions.
Finding the proper position can be a fun and arousing way of getting to know a new partner. It's important, of course, that a man keeps his male organ in proper health for these encounters; using a top notch male organ health cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) is therefore essential. A cream that includes a powerful antioxidant like alpha lipoic acid can help the organ skin avoid that unattractive dry, wrinkled look that some tools develop. Also, sometimes organ curvature may be related to the build-up of scar tissue, which decreases vital organ sensitivity; using a cream that contains acetyl L carnitine, which is neuro-protective and helps protect against peripheral nerve damage, can help restore lost sensation in the tool.