Does a Tumescent Member Like Vitamin D?

There are a variety of factors involved in assessing male organ health, such as the condition of the manhood skin and the appearance of absence of signs indicating socially shared infections. Another area of interest where male organ health is concerned is the state of the tumescent member. How often does hardness occur, how substantial is it, how long does it remain firm, etc.? When a tumescent member is falling short of its goals, men want to find a way to correct this situation, and doctors may suggest a range of options, depending on what they believe to be the cause of the issue. A recently published study points to vitamin D as a possible factor in the health of a tumescent member.

The study

Entitled “Vitamin D and Male Sensual Function: A Transversal and Longitudinal Study,” the study was conducted in Italy and published in the International Journal of Endocrinology. The scientists took as their starting point a desire to add some clarity to what, if any, effect vitamin D has on sensual health.

As the doctors point out, “(tumescence) is a complex phenomenon…many clinical factors are able to impair (tumescence) function…Recent clinical works have suggested that low vitamin D levels may somehow be associated with the occurrence of sensual disturbances, especially tumescence dysfunction.”

The researchers pored over the medical records of 114 men who had experienced tumescent member problems over the past 15 years. Out of these men, they found 41 who had received some form of vitamin D therapy. The therapy involved supplementation of vitamin D, ranging from 50,000 to 100,000 units; some received it weekly, others every two or three weeks and still others every month.

Looking at the whole group of 114 men, they found that those who had higher levels of vitamin D also had higher levels of male hormone and higher scores in terms of tumescence function (though they may still have had tumescent member issues).

Turning their attention to the subset of men who underwent vitamin D therapy, there was a definite increase in male hormone following the vitamin D supplementation when compared with before. There was also an increase in satisfaction with their tumescence function.

Why vitamin D

If vitamin D does indeed improve tumescent member health (and more studies are needed to definitively prove this), what might be the reason? Several were suggested, in addition to what appears to be a correlation between vitamin D and male hormone availability. For example, vitamin D helps prevent oxidative stress, which might therefore protect endothelial cells, which could have a positive effect on firmness. Low vitamin D also is often associated with cardiovascular issues, which can impact tumescence health as well.

There can be many factors that influence a man’s tumescent member; sufficient vitamin D is likely to be just one of many things to consider. But men who are experiencing disappointment with their tumescent member may want to ask their doctor to look at their vitamin D levels when discussing this issue and see if some supplementation might be in order.

Of course, a vigorous tumescent member is not the only concern when assessing male organ health, nor is vitamin D the only important component. Maintaining a healthy member is easier when a man uses a first rate male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best crème will not only contain vitamin D but also alpha lipoic acid. This potent antioxidant is another excellent protector against damaging oxidative stress. Effective crèmes will contain an amino acid known as L-arginine, which helps stimulate production of nitric oxide. This in turn helps keeps manhood blood vessels open and ready for increased blood flow.

Visit for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving male organ 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.


Author: John Dugan