Penile Dysmorphic Disorder (PDD): How Can You Cope Without Health Risks?

No matter the size, every man will always mind his size! A man’s penis size for instance, will always be  a big deal as it touches on his sexual world. And anything that negatively affects a man’s sexual pride is a sexual disorder!  One such disorder is Penile Dysmorphic Disorder. Have you heard of this? If not, welcome to men’s sexual world!

What exactly is Penile Dysmorphic Disorder?

Penile Dysmorphic Disorder, abbreviated as PDD, is a mental illness or mental disorder.  It’s a form of Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) also known as dysmorphophobia. BDD is when you are obsessed with your physical body defects which are not real but imagined. PDD is, therefore, a condition in which you, as a man, are obsessively focused and ashamed of the shape, size or length of your penis.

While your “willy-fear” is often linked to shape or size, it may include other concerns such as its network of veins, its curving angle when fully erected, and it’s penile skin colour.

Do you know that focusing on your penis can be for a very minor reason, and often, for imagined reasons? For no physical reason at all! Yes, just in your mind. That’s why it’s called a disorder.

Now, let’s do some random checks:

Do you feel disappointed by your dark-coloured glans penis? Or is your glans penis  super pink, and not a little darker as those of “normal” men? Do you constantly feel depressed because your ding-dong’s thickness doesn’t feel meaty, but a network of thick veins?

Maybe your baby-maker tends to curve sideways like a miniature bow when fully erect. Is it? Your fear is that it will never track your partner’s G-spot and blow it up for that magical orgasm you keep fantasizing about. Huuh?

Perhaps your majesty’s length is the source of your fear. You think it’s too short  that its full length will be swallowed into your partner’s hands with no chance for jobs to blow! Is it?

If you have some of the above fears, then your state defines PDD. Nothing makes a man feel smaller than being convinced that his joystick and that of savanna’s dik-dik are twins! But, you are not alone, brother! You are not alone. This is a common disorder.

Probably you are a mirror-lover! Are you always watching yourself nude on the mirror, stretching your penis frequently to make it appear longer? It is only the mirror you can freely allow to willingly watch your willy, right? Again, no need to worry. Many men are in your situation. You can overcome it.

But, Do Men Long for a Bigger Penis?

Of course yes! According to a research publication on Psychology of Men and Masculinity, a survey showed that out of 25,000 men interviewed, half of them felt dissatisfied by the size of their penis. Out of this, 45% wished their penis could be longer.

A different research further revealed that out of 250 men who complain of having an abnormally small penis, a whole 98% actually had standard or normal size penis sizes. Only 2 people accounting for 0.8% actually had a micropenis. This demonstrates that PDD is indeed an imagined disorder, and that men tend to long for a bigger penis…including you of course! Well, I’m included too by default! 🙂

So, as a male reader, you’ll definitely feel better if your majesty’s length can be increased, even just a little. Right? I’m sorry you can’t realize that your penis size is just the normal and right size for you!  Your mind, as a man,  is at times tuned to enjoy playing unnecessary “sexual games” with you. And “penis size game” is just one of them!

How Can  You Detect Penile Dysmorphic Disorder?

Men who suffer from PDD often prefer having sex in darkness!  They never let their partner’s eyesight or hands get closer to their hidden bazooka! Doing so will instantly drain their firing power!  Well, this is practically true because that which they  would wish to show-off,  is that which puts them off! What does this lead to? A very boring “dark sex” clouded by deeply seated fears. Imaginary fears. Just imagine! How traumatizing!

 9   PDD Test Questions You Need To Take!

PDD-Effects

  • Do you feel your penis is not attractive enough to charm your partner?
  • Do you currently feel distressed because of your penis size and appearance?
  • Does the size of your penis cause you to avoid sex
  • Do you think about your penis size very frequently and you cannot just help it?
  • Do you feel your penis size is affecting your current sexual relationship or has the potential of affecting your future sexual relationships?
  • Are your concerns about your penis size currently interfering with your college studies or work?
  • Do you currently avoid socializing like attending parties or appearing in clubs, etc.?
  • Does the size and appearance of your penis make you uneasy during your leisure times especially when you are in changing rooms?
  • Do you think your penis’ size and appearance is the most important thing about you?

Out of the nine questions, if you answer yes to two or more, chances are that you are suffering from PDD, and need support.

Are PDD Treatments Being Promoted Risk-Free?

1. Cosmetics/Pills/Lotions-Do They Work?

And so in an attempt to fix your condition, you may resort to all manner of creams. Hoping that they will make your penis breath with power: get longer, curve vertically, appear cooler, and perform better! Poor man! They are not a solution.

These creams have adverse impacts that may as well cost you your precious penis. There have been online promotions for a wider variety of pills, creams, vitamins for penis enlargement. However, there has been no scientific evidence to support their effectiveness.

Applying chemicals or taking pills that are not prescribed is a huge risk.  Before you take any pills or apply uncertified creams to balloon your penis, consult your doctor first. They may end up screwing up all your screwing hopes and plans!

2. Penis Stretching-How Effective Is It?

You may decide to physical stretch your penis…doing it each day, and intensely! Uiish! This may lead to physical injuries and permanent damages that even specialized doctors may not rectify. Doctors warn that intense stretching of penis damage penis’ blood vessels and can cost you your precious tool. You are forwarned. Don’t!

3. Penis Surgery-Is it Safe?

Many believe that a “huge penis leads to a better sex”.This is influenced by the porn industry and advertisements where huge-penis owners are perceived as sex professionals! Well…may be some! 🙂  But this is bullshit! Don’t buy this notion.

With overwhelming pressure, you may decide to go for a surgical operation such as penile augmentation. This is a cosmetic surgery to increase both the length and girth of your penis.

Medical reports reveal that there are many risks involved in such procedures leading to permanent deformities. A publication in the International Journal of Impotence research describes penile enhancement surgery as a high-risk procedure.

4. Penis Rings-Are They Good for Your Member?

There is a rigid penis ring specially designed to enlarge your penis. It requires that you pull each of your round balls through the ring followed by your penis. Uuuiich! Just how far can you go to be sexually cocky!

Just remember,

Wearing this ring for a longer duration can cut off blood flow to both your penis and balls, and damage your entire penis packages! Are you ready for this?

5. Penis Pumps-Are They Recommended?

Do you stretch up your penis with a vacuum pump for a better and longer penis length? While they may cause temporary gains, they will expose you to huge risks including pumping off your erection! They are known to adversely damage penis tissue and hence not recommended.

Risk-Free PDD Remedies You Should Consider!

More research in the effective treatment of Penile Dysmorphic Disorder is still needed. However, there are some safe remedies you can consider with no health risks.

  1. Identifying  & Avoiding Your Compulsion Acts

The first step is taking note of compulsion acts you involve yourself in. These are acts that you undertake to reassure yourself that you are sexually normal. For instance, how often do you masturbate or measure your erection to compare with what you believe is the ideal erection size?

Do you avoid getting into relationships based on the fear you have? How often do you search for information on the internet regarding penis enlargement?

All these are compulsion behaviours that you can try to avoid by putting in much effort.

2. Contacting a Specialist

You can also see a specialist whose strategies can help you manage your situation. While there are currently no universally accepted approaches for managing PDD, you can be assisted in adopting two main approaches as put forward by Dr Wylie and Mr Eardley in their publication “Penile size and the “small penis syndrome”.

These two approaches include:

  • Getting relevant education from a specialist on how you can manage your fears. This may involve what is termed a Mirror-Work approach. This involves watching yourself as you undress in front of a mirror while watching your penis as you would watch other people’s penises. This way, your penis will appear larger than you tend to think.
  •  Undergoing Psychological Treatment Therapies. This involves behavioural therapies that are cognitive in nature or simply Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (CBT). These will help you build your self-confidence thereby crashing negative thoughts about your penis being substandard!

Final Word

Penile Dysmorphic Disorder as with other Body Dysmorphic Disorders is a common clinical disorder. It has been found that PDD also leads to erectile dysfunction. This is due to the state of your mind which is obsessed with fear. More research is however still needed to help develop suitable psychological remedies.

Many treatments that claim to remedy PDD like the use of lotions, devices or surgeries have been found to have adverse health effects. Further, there has been no consensus or proof that they are effective since PDD is not a physical condition but an imagined one.

As a victim, identifying and managing your compulsive behaviours are positive steps in dealing with PDD. For any form of treatment being offered, always consult your doctor. Seeking help from a professional therapist specialized in Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (CBT) is highly recommended.

 

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