While male organ size really only becomes important in terms of sensual satisfaction only in extreme situations (such as possessing a genuine micro-manhood), it is often a source of concern among men – even those whose male organ size is perfectly respectable or even greater than average. Only rarely is it a male organ health concern – but research in recent years suggests that elements in the environment, specifically PFCs, may be affecting male organ size, and long term this could indeed become a male organ health issue.

What are PFCs?

PFC stands for perfluorinated compounds, which comprise a large group of chemicals that have many uses in modern society. For example, PFCs have been used to make fabrics stain repellent, to create the special “foam” that is used in some firefighting equipment, to provide a non-stick coating found in many pieces of cookware, to make the waxy paper that many sandwiches are wrapped in, and to finish some cosmetic products.

PFCs are manmade, meaning that they don’t occur naturally in the environment. They were created in the 1940s and by the next decade had made their way into the general population through their use in a wide variety of common household items. Unfortunately, it turned out that PFCS were highly toxic. Worse, they don’t break down at all, meaning that they basically stay toxic for generations – perhaps forever. In the United States, most manufacturers have replaced PFCs with other chemicals; however, this is a recent development, and PFCs were widely used for decades.

The male organ size issue

PFCs make their way into the environment gradually in numerous ways – by being thrown away after use (as is the case with, say, waxy sandwich wrappers) or by simply “wearing away” after years in use (as has happened with some non-stick cooking equipment). Sometimes PFCs have been dumped by manufacturers during their creation. Burning of products with PFCs may release the compounds into the air. Burying of products (as at a landfill) can eventually release PFCs into the soil and into underground water sources. Many scientists believe that PFCs are released when PFC-coated cookware is used, either through the air when heated or passed on to food cooked in the treated pans.

Because of their widespread use for many decades, it is believed that almost all Americans have been exposed to high levels of PFCs – and there are some areas (notably in West Virginia) in which industrial manufacture or use of PFCs may have created especially high levels of PFCs.

And this is not good for male organ health. Researchers at the University of Padua conducted a study on 383 men who lived in an area in Italy with particularly high levels of PFC exposure and contamination. They found a significant difference in male organ size when compared to the world statistics; on average, the members of these men were 12.5% shorter and 6.3% thinner.

Apparently what is happening is that PFC is blocking the ability of the body to produce sufficient amounts of male hormone. Boys and adolescents who grow up with this PFC-induced decrease in male hormone run the risk of a reduction in male organ size, as well as less healthy male seed and lower rates of being able to sire children.

Some scientists worry that members could shrink further, as subsequent generations are exposed to the PFCs, due to the compound’s lengthy toxicity. Clearly, this is an issue that will need to be monitored, and methods will need to be developed to safely “clean up” sites with heavy PFC toxicity.

Male organ health is impacted by the PFCs that can affect male organ size, so men need to do more to keep male organ health at an appropriate level. One way to approach this is via the daily use of an excellent male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Be sure that the chosen oil contains the vitamins A, B5, C, D, and E, which should provide direct benefits due to topical application. In addition, select an oil with L-arginine, which helps boost nitric oxide production.

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.

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