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Into Kink? Ensure Male Organ Health by Telling Doctor

Even before the massive popularity of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” more and more people were becoming a bit more open about the possibility that they involve kink in some aspect of their sensual lives. Nevertheless, kink is still an area of sensuality that is often not discussed and about which many people harbor negative feelings – guilt or shame for some who enjoy partaking of it, derision or scorn from some who think it odd. Yet men who are into kink need to be forthcoming about it at least in one situation – when discussing male organ health with their doctor. (And by the same token, women need to be similarly open in discussions with their doctors.)

Kink

What exactly is meant by kink? In the broadest sense, kink refers to some form of sensual activity or interest that would not be considered normal. The problem, of course, is that what is sensually normal varies from person to person and from time period to time period. Thus, some people would find sensual role playing to be a kink and others wouldn’t. In general, however, it is agreed that some forms of sensual activity – role play, sadism, masochism, submission/domination, fetishes – typically fall into the realm of kink.

Because people are a bit reticent about sensual activity in general and even less forthcoming about kink, knowing exactly how many people include some form of kink in their sensual lives is difficult to ascertain. However, some studies suggest that about 25-30% of the adult population in the United States has engaged in kink.

Male organ health

And yet studies also indicate that less than half of those who enjoy kink report this to their physicians. Yet, doctors need to know such details when assessing a man’s male organ health.

For example, some men enjoy situations in which their manhood and/or sacks are “tortured” to some degree. This may involve the manhood and/or sacks being slapped, whipped, spanked, pierced, caged, twisted, punched, tied up, squeezed, put in a vise-like device, stretched, or otherwise treated in a way that can potentially have consequences. This can lead to bruises, tears, cuts, abrasions, and other problems. If a doctor knows of a man’s fondness for such activities, he can learn if they are responsible for signs of physical wear and tear and can also discuss how such activities might otherwise impact male organ health and what a man might want to consider to keep male organ health intact.

Similarly, a man with a foot fetish should let his doctor know this, especially of part of that fetish involves rubbing his manhood against a bare foot. The doctor may want to advise him that some foot issues, such as athlete’s foot, might spread to the member through such contact. Those who utilize latex underwear or other clothing should be on the lookout for any signs of a possible allergic reaction to latex, or to the possibility that the higher levels of heat generated by latex might lead to a male organ rash.

Whatever kinks he may be in to, advising his physician gives the doctor information – and doctor would rather have too much rather than too little information when helping to maintain a patient’s health.

Maintaining overall male organ health at an acceptable level also helps strengthen the equipment against possible damage from a kink. Therefore, daily application of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is encouraged. For best results, take the time to read the ingredients and select a crème that includes both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). this will create a moisturization shield to better lock in hydration. The best crème will also contain vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, which is a vital nutrient that is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.

Male Organ Rash: Sign of HIV?

Ah, there’s nothing quite like being a sensually active male, enjoying the benefits of having one’s member pleasured regularly and frequently – and, for some guys, from a wide variety of partners. Of course, when a guy is sensually active, and especially when he has more than one partner, there also are male organ health issue to be concerned about, including the scary possibility of contracting HIV. Thus, men need to be on the lookout for signs associated with HIV – including a male organ rash.

The male organ rash

Of course, not every male organ rash is a sign that a man may have contracted HIV from a partner. There are many, many different causes of male organ rash, including simple dry skin; eczema; psoriasis; an allergic reaction; scabies; balanitis; and quite a few others. But many times (though not always) a person who has been infected with HIV will experience a male organ rash.

In point of fact, the HIV-related rash may not always be a male organ rash, or may not be relegated to just the manhood. It can appear almost anywhere on the body, although it most often is on the upper part rather than the legs or feet.

Appearance

What does it look like? In most cases, the rash associated with an HIV infection is seen as a flat red patch of skin, within which may be tiny bumps. This rash usually appears between 2 and 4 weeks after a person has become infected; typically it stays around for 1 – 2 weeks.

It is also very common for the male organ rash to be itchy (which, of course, guys don’t find at all annoying.) It may also be tender or painful – and if scratched too often or too hard, could become infected itself.

Other symptoms

The rash may (or may not) be accompanied by other symptoms, which can include a fever or chills; tiredness of fatigue; swollen glands; sore throat; and pains, especially in the joints and muscles. Observant readers may notice that these symptoms are associated with other conditions, including the flu. This can complicate identifying a case of HIV – which is why a doctor should be consulted. They will most likely ask you questions about your pleasure activity and if it seems that HIV (or another sensual-transmitted infection is the likely cause, they will order further tests. Usually a blood test is involved, which helps to determine whether HIV is present.

Prevention

HIV, of course, is a very serious condition, one which most men wish to avoid. It is a virus that attacks the body’s immune system, seriously weakening it and leaving one increasingly vulnerable to strong reactions to infections. In its most severe form, HIV is known as AIDS, and can leave a person open to fatal reactions to infections and diseases.

Fortunately, there have been many advances made in the treatment of AIDS. If a person is diagnosed early and begins treatment early, his chances of surviving are greatly improved.

However, early identification is crucial – so anyone who suspects he may have HIV, whether due to the presence of a male organ rash or not, should see a doctor. Sensual active men, especially those with many partners, should be tested for HGIV (and other sensual-transmitted infections) regularly, often every three months.

The male organ rash that may accompany HIV can be itchy and painful, so it pays to make use of a first rate male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) regularly. When the crème has a combination of first class moisturizers, such as shea butter and vitamin E, it can help create a moisture “lock” which can alleviate some of the itchiness associated with a male organ rash. The crème should also include vitamin D, the so-called “miracle vitamin” which has proven benefits in fighting diseases and supporting healthy cellular function.

Male Organ Odor Fixes: Things to Do

Everyone gets it: Guys sweat. And some guys sweat more than others. And guess what? That sweat is often worst right around the male organ and sacks – which means that male organ odor is a commonplace occurrence. But just because it’s common doesn’t mean that it’s acceptable. Dudes concerned with male organ health – or even with just eliminating any embarrassing possible reactions to a “big reveal” with a partner – know that they need to consider fixes for male organ odor problems, especially if the condition is persistent.

Of course, as the saying goes, you don’t know what you don’t know – which means, with a guy’s own member located so far from his sniffer (and with only a contortionist able to get the nose close enough for a whiff), how does a guy know he has male organ odor? Well, for one thing, if he takes off his pants and he DOES get an unpleasant scent reaching all the way to his nostrils, chances are it’s a pretty bad case. But even less noxious examples can be off-putting. So here’s a trip: run a Q-tip around the male organ and sacks, then bring it up and inhale. That should help to answer the question.

But it’s always better to be safe than sorry, so here are some male organ odor fixes to consider, even if a guy is unsure if he needs help.

- Wash. Common sense, fellas. Washing the male organ and sacks regularly – usually every day, more often if engaged in lots of sweaty activity – is the best way to keep odor away. Intact men need to pay special attention to washing under the foreskin to help avoid build-up of unpleasant smegma. But don’t stop with the skin – wash pants and underwear regularly. Never wear underwear two days running – and give a really good sniff test to any pants that are on their second (or third or fourth or…) go-round without washing.

- Go coconuts. After showering, it may help to apply a little coconut oil to the midsection. Coconut oil helps to control some odors in some men – although since every man’s metabolism is different, it doesn’t work for everyone.

- Be loose. Tight briefs can make a man’s package look great, but it also can add substantially to the sweat and male organ odor problem. Especially during the summer, favor looser-fitting boxers, especially those made of a lightweight cotton. It also helps to wear pants made of cotton or other natural fibers that allow the midsection to breathe more easily.

- Go bald. A thick thatch of pubic hair just increases the heat on the male organ and sacks. Manscaping is something more and more guys (and their partners) are into, so trimming the pubes can help fight male organ odor. Even if a guy doesn’t want to shave down to the skin, a nice, short trim can make a difference.

- Watch the diet. You are what you eat, and what you eat can contribute to sweat., Spicy foods, for example, can raise the body temperature. High sugar and starchy diets also tend to create more unpleasant smells from sweat.

- Get air. Airing out the manhood helps a lot when fighting male organ odor. Spending some time naked every day can be beneficial. Sleeping naked is one possible way to achieve this for those with prudish roommates.

Men mustn’t let male organ odor become a problem when simple fixes are available. One other important fix: daily apply a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). This will be especially helpful if the crème contains vitamin A, which contains potent antibacterial properties that help fight persistent male organ odor. Stronger, more resilient manhood skin also helps deflect odor’s staying power, so find a crème with alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that fights oxidative stress and the damage it causes the male member skin.

Gallstones Associated with Tumescence Dysfunction Risk

Avoiding tumescence dysfunction is clearly a priority for most men and maintaining good male organ health is one way to help. However, sometimes there are physical issues which can contribute to tumescence dysfunction which may seem to be somewhat far removed from the manhood. That’s because the body is a complex, interrelated system, and so a problem in one area of the body can have ramifications in another part. That’s the case with gallstones, which have been found to be associated with a higher risk of tumescence dysfunction.

What are gallstone?

Also called gallbladder stones, gallstones are made up of digestive fluid that has become hardened and solidified. The digestive fluid in this case is bile, which the gallbladder produces as its contribution to helping breakdown food and drink which a person consumes. Normally, the bile flows along from the gallbladder to the small intestine, but sometimes it hardens into gallstones.

What causes it to stop being normal bile and instead become gallstones? Doctors are not exactly sure, but it seems to occur when the body produces either too much cholesterol or too much bilibrubin. (Bilirubin is created by the liver to help break down red blood cells.) It also seems that sometimes the gallbladder doesn’t rid itself of enough bile; if too much bile stays in the gallbladder, it can also contribute to forming gallstones.

Often gallstones can be very small land therefore may cause no symptoms. However, when they are larger, they may get stuck in a duct, and this can be quite painful. Common symptoms in this case include sudden and intense pain in the upper right part and/or the center of the abdomen and between the shoulder blades or shoulder. Nausea and vomiting often also occur. In serious cases, the skin and eyes may become yellow, and a high fever (sometimes accompanied by chills) may develop.

The tumescence dysfunction connection

Clearly, gallstones are no fun – but why should they contribute to tumescence dysfunction? According to an article in the American Journal of Men’s Health which looked at over 9000 men with gallstones and over 9000 without, and found that the rate of tumescence dysfunction was about 50% higher in the gallstone group.

More study is needed to determine exactly why there is a link, but one of the theories put forward is that gallstones create oxidative stress, which may lead to impaired blood flow in the member; open and adequate blood flow is necessary and crucial for proper tumescence function.

Care

Preventing gallstones is in a man’s best interest. Since they are associated with obesity, maintaining a healthy weight is the best route to take. Men who are overweight should avoid programs which bring about rapid weight loss, as this can raise the risk for developing gallstones. Maintaining regular meals is also a good way to prevent the issue; skipping meals or fasting also raises the risk of gallstones.

Many gallstones resolve naturally. Treatment for those that don’t may include oral medications to help break up the gallstones, but this can take a long time. In some cases, removing the gallbladder may be necessary.

Gallstones’ impact in tumescence dysfunction is still being studied. In the meantime, men are advised to take steps to prevent them and to maintain good male organ health. Regular use of a first class male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help with the latter. Take time to see what is in any potential crème selections. The best should include a wide range of vitamins, including A, B5, C, D and E; their tropical application via a crème helps them target the member more effectively. The crème should also include a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid, to help fight oxidative stress on delicate manhood skin.

Reproductive Fluid 101: Everything a Man Needs to Know about His Intense Point

That cloudy white, sticky substance that Intense Points forth from a man’s submarine is a bit of a mystery and a miracle. That little bit of opaque goo holds the key to civilization in its weird consistency. So, what is reproductive fluid? What’s it made of and why? Let’s go deep in a man’s most private area and explore the wonders of reproductive fluid.

What is reproductive fluid?

Reproductive fluid is the opaque white fluid that is released from the urethra and springs out of the member during intense point. It is made up of mobile seed cells and nutrient-rich seminal fluid. The seminal fluid is what transports the seed to the egg (or the tube sock).

What’s the difference between reproductive fluid and seed?

Seed is in reproductive fluid, and arguably, the most important part of the complex reproductive fluid recipe. Think of it like this, a man is making chocolate chip cookies. Seed is the chocolate chips and reproductive fluid is the whole batter. They’re better together.

Where is reproductive fluid made and what does it contain?

Seed is made in the reproductive organs and gets stored in the epididymis until needed. When a man is ready to Intense Point, the seed is carried through a passageway called the vas deferens to the urethra to be expelled. While it goes on this voyage, it goes through three different glands, the accessory pleasure glands, which release mucous secretions. They are known as the Cowper’s gland, the prostate gland, and the seminal vesicles. Cowper’s supplies the pre-ejaculatory fluid, the prostate provides a host of minerals, amino acids, and enzymes, and the seminal vesicles supply the majority of the reproductive fluid cocktail with fructose for seed energy and prostaglandins that trigger the Female canal muscles to contract, thus helping escort the seed to the ova.

How much reproductive fluid can a man produce?

The average man can turn out between two to six milliliters of reproductive fluid each time he Intense Points. To go back to the cookie batter analogy, that’s like the amount of vanilla that’d go into the batter, maybe a bit less. But, just to be clear, don’t actually put it in cookie batter; the cookies will not taste good with the special sauce.

What does reproductive fluid taste like?

As it contains over 65 percent sugar, it is alleged to taste sweet. However, diet greatly impacts the taste of reproductive fluid and can be like going to a 31 Flavors, just without the Rocky Road.

What color should reproductive fluid be?

Intense Point is usually clear, white, grayish or a form of all of those with a cloudy look to it. It can, however, be many different colors. Here’s a quick run-down on some of the tints reproductive fluid can take and what they may mean.

- Yellow/Green – It could be urine in the reproductive fluid, which is nothing to be concerned about unless it’s a persistent issue. Diet can also influence seed color (think curry or green juice). Jaundice can also cause a yellow tinge and suggests a liver issue which requires immediate medical help.

- Red/Pink/Orange/Brown – All are a sign of blood in the urine. The more red or pink, the fresher the blood. If it’s more of the orangish brown variety, it’s old blood. Both can be classified as hematospermia, which is associated with STIs, prostate issues, high blood pressure, too rough or vigorous pleasure, excessive self- that causes tears in the skin, and cancer.

- Black – This is again, hematospermia, but the blood is extreme old. It is related to two serious issues which men should seek help for, spinal cord injuries and heavy metal exposure (lead, nickel, etc.).

Keeping the reproductive fluid vessel healthy and strong

Keeping the member clean and well cared for is just one of the ways a man can be sure his reproductive fluid can exit the premises expertly and with a laser-focus. Keeping the member clean with regular washing and rinsing is a critical part of ensuring a precise aim and avoiding “backups.” In addition to cleaning, many men have added a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to their grooming ritual. Using a male organ health crème delivers the important vitamins and amino acids which prevent bacteria from infiltrating the member while strengthening the skin and protecting against environmental free radicals and nerve damage that can make Firms and intense point harder. A generous massage with a nutrient crème like this is one of the best ways to promote male organ health on a daily basis.

Male Organ Vitamin Cream: What is it, Why a Man Should Use it, and What it Should Include.

There are so many lotions and potions a man needs to look good and be healthy these days. Face lotion, body cream, facial serums, eye creams, male organ vitamin creams…wait, what? Yes, male organ vitamin creams are making a lot of noise these days and men everywhere are wondering if they are worth the time and money? The verdict is in and it’s affirmative that male organ vitamin creams are working for men and in some really big ways. Let’s break down what these creams are, what they do, and how to pick the best one.

What is Male Organ Vitamin Cream?

Male organ vitamin creams are lotions or oils that are used to moisture the member and reproductive area. They are formulated with ingredients that have been recognized as safe for delicate genital skin and are one element of having or getting a healthy member.

What Benefits Does it Offer?

Male organ vitamin creams have become so popular, largely in part to the anecdotal benefits they provide men of all ages. Men have reported a wide array of benefits from the regular use of male organ vitamin creams including:

- Soft genital skin

- Healing of rough, aggravated, or dry skin

- Smoothing and disappearance of peeling skin

- A reduction or complete avoidance of bacterial and fungal infections

- Increased sensitivity

- Reversal of performance dysfunction

- Improvement in blood flow, stimulating a harder, stronger hard-ons

- Genital skin rejuvenation

- Appearance of a younger member

- Reduction or removal of member discoloration and redness

- Genital skin soothing properties for rash, redness, and irritation

Of course, as with any product, results are individual. The results above, however, are echoed by a great majority of men who use these creams.

What Should the Best Cream Offer?

This is the tough part. There are a lot of creams out there, so it’s hard to know which one is the best and most potent. With that in mind, here are the ingredients a high-quality cream should include:

1) An all-natural, irritant-free base. The base for a good genital health cream needs to start by being all natural. Member skin is extremely gentle and lotions that contain hard ingredients or hard-to-pronounce names need not apply! A particularly great moisturizer that checks all of these boxes is Shea butter. Its velvety feel comes from the nuts of the shea tree. It also contains essential fatty acids that contribute to a soft, supple member.

2) Vitamin E. A great male organ vitamin cream will also include vitamin E. Vitamin E locks in moisture and creates a barrier to keep that moisture in and protect the skin from the elements. It’s also been known to reduce the appearance of scars.

3) Vitamin A. Vitamin A is an anti-bacterial, so male organ vitamin creams with this amazing vitamin will be shielded from nasty infections and smegma overgrowth.

4) Vitamin C. Wonder why so many creams of all sorts have vitamin C? Vitamin C is a critical element in collagen production which gives skin its bounce and elasticity.

5) L-Carnitine. This amazing amino acid helps protect the member from major problem causes like friction, compression, and peripheral nerve damage. These things can all lead to reduced sensitivity and make achieving and maintaining an hard-ons more difficult over time.

6) Arginine. Want a more powerful hard-on? Look no further than mega-vasodilator, Arginine! Vasodilators help dilate the blood vessels, which encourages blood flow resulting in a harder, stronger hard-ons.

When it comes to a specially formulated male organ vitamin cream, using the tips above, it’ll be easy to determine which is the best. Then, use a genital health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) daily for best results. A healthy member that’s clean, fresh, and protected will give a man pleasure for decades to come.

Male Organ Bumps from Seborrheic Keratosis Are Benign

“Uh-oh! What’s that?” This is a sentence no guy wants to utter while conducting a routine male organ health inspection—or even when just happening to glance at his equipment in the mirror—but it’s one that does come up from time to time. Often, the aberration that causes this exclamation is due to the discovery of new male organ bumps that had not previously blessed his member. There can be numerous reasons for the arrival of new male organ bumps, and fortunately many of them are benign – that is, harmless (even if in some cases unattractive). For instance, occasionally, bumps may be seborrheic keratosis, which don’t win prizes for their physical beauty, but which do not indicate a social disease or other male organ health problem.

About seborrheic keratosis

Okay, so they’re not dangerous – that’s good. But they mar an otherwise handsome manhood, so what should a guy know about them?

Well, “seborrheic” means that it is related to the sebaceous glands. These are glands, found all over the body and secrete an oily or waxy matter. Some men are already familiar with sebaceous glands because they are the source of Fordyce spots – tiny little white or clear bumps that can appear on the skin of the manhood and the sacks. (They are completely harmless.) “Keratoses” refers to growths of keratin, which Wikipedia tells us is the “key structural material making up hair, nails, claws, hooves, and the outer layer of human skin.” So, seborrheic keratoses are basically growths made up of oily or waxy keratin.

Appearance

Although this article is concerned with seborrheic keratosis appearing as male organ bumps, they can appear anywhere on the body; in fact, they appear less commonly on the member than on the torso or face. They vary in color from light tan to brown to black. When they first appear, they tend to be small little bumps, but they gradually thicken and become elevated. Often as they grow, they take on a warty look, causing some men to fear they have sensual organ warts – but they are not warts. They range in size from tiny to more than one inch, with most tending to be around a quarter- or half-inch. They are sometimes mistaken for signs of skin cancer, but again, they are actually benign.

Seborrheic keratoses are more common in fairer-skinned people, and also more likely to occur when a person reaches middle age or older (although they can occur at younger ages).

Removal

Aside from an occasional itchiness, seborrheic keratoses don’t themselves cause much bother; however, they may get irritated when the member rubs against clothing or surfaces. In addition, because they do resemble sensual organ warts or cancerous growths, many men may wish to have them removed. There are several typical methods of removal, including:

- Cryosurgery, in which they are frozen off, much like common warts

- Curettage, in which special tools are used to scrape the very surface of the skin

- Ablation, in which a laser is used to vaporize the problem

- Electrocautery, in which an electrical current burns the growth away

Often, a doctor may use a combination of these methods to remove the keratoses.

Spotting new male organ bumps, whether caused by seborrheic keratoses or other causes, demonstrates that a man is practicing good male member care, and so he is hopefully already using a top-drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on a regular basis. Care should be taken in selecting a cream – one that contains both a high-end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). These ingredients combine to create a “moisture lock” that helps keep delicate manhood skin well hydrated and protected. Further protection is provided if the cream also contains alpha-lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that helps reduce the dangers of oxidative stress to member skin.

Pollution Might Influence Tumescence Dysfunction

Maintaining good male organ health is a no-brainer as a goal, and many men take great pains to keep their manhood in great shape. Exercising, eating right, cutting out smoking, watching alcohol intake, using a male organ health cream—all of these are things men do to keep their favorite organ healthier and happier—which in turn can keep it in better shape to function properly. But sometimes outside forces can come into play that can bring about tumescence dysfunction issues, even for men who take very good care of their equipment. One such factor likely is pollution, at least as evidenced by a recent animal study.

About this study

A study that showed that long-term exposure to gasoline vehicle exhaust induced tumescence dysfunction in rats was conducted at Guangzhou University and published in an online journal.

In this study, a bunch of rats were put into four different groups, with 10 rats in each group. (This kind of segmentation is typical of many medical studies.) The first group of rats (the lucky ones, you might say) were not exposed to any motor vehicle exhaust. The other three groups were exposed to different levels over a three-month period. One group was exposed to this pollution for two hours a day, five days a week. Another group got the gas exhaust four hours a day, five days a week, and the fourth group was subjected to it for six hours a day, five days a week. (Again, this kind of selective exposure is common for such tests.)

Now, it’s known that breathing in exhaust fumes is not good for health in general, but the researchers were specifically looking at how lung function and tumescence dysfunction were impacted. They tested lung and tumescence function in all the rats in each of the four groups. Sure enough, there was pronounced tumescence dysfunction among the groups exposed for four and six hours, as compared to those who weren’t exposed at all (the control group). The reasons for this appeared to be inflammation, pulmonary dysfunction, and a decrease in nitric oxide, which is important for helping male organ blood vessels expand so that blood can enter the manhood during the excitation phase and enable it to become fully tumescent.

Humans

This study was conducted in rats, so it’s not possible to take the results and definitively state that exposure to pollution over time raises the risk for tumescence dysfunction in humans. But to do that, a similar study would need to be conducted with humans—and what man wants to voluntarily breathe in exhaust fumes for six hours a day—especially if it might affect how well his member works?

But it does seem likely that air pollution has the potential to increase the risk of tumescence dysfunction in men and that men who live in heavily polluted environments may want to take steps to lessen their exposure. That can be easier said than done, but some suggestions include:

- Wearing a nose-and-mouth mask when in high-pollution areas

- Avoiding walking or biking in high-pollution areas

- Finding alternate routes to avoid high-traffic areas

- Using an air purifier in the car

Pollution and tumescence dysfunction are threats to the member, so it also pays to maintain a serious male organ health regimen. That means including daily application of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) as part of one’s manhood care routine. Most men should select a cream that contains both L-arginine and alpha-lipoic acid. The former is an amino acid that helps to boost production of nitric oxide; as mentioned previously, this can help keep manhood blood vessels more receptive to increased blood flow. The latter is a potent antioxidant that fights excess free radicals; left on their own, free radicals can cause oxidative stress that can damage the member.

Causes and Cures for an Unwanted Hard-on

Sometimes the wind blows a certain way, a hot text comes in, or a head-turning woman walks by. It’s natural to feel a little stirring in one’s trousers when these things happen. But what happens when an hard-on pops up for no reason and often in the worst places? A random unwanted hard-on happens when a boner pops without stimulation. While unwanted, they are completely normal. Think about it, morning wood is a common phenomenon for most men. However, if unwanted hard-ons keep popping up, a man may want to get to the bottom of it and also find strategies for extinguishing the fire below.

Cause #1: Androgen

Hormones play a huge part in the daily function of the body. They tell us to eat, to sleep, to be happy or be sad. Researchers are finding that androgen, often referred to as the sensual hormone, is somehow related to unwanted hard-ons. A man with High A, for instance, may have unwanted hard-ons frequently. Since hormone levels fluctuate over time, the issue could sort itself out. See a doctor to test androgen levels and go from there.

Cause #2: Nocturnal Manhood Tumescence (NPT)

Often referred to as “morning wood,” Nocturnal manhood tumescence (NPT), is a type of random hard-on. The main symptom of NPT is waking up with an Firm member. Often times, the member not only is awake and ready upon a man’s rising, it will also stay hard until coerced to come down. NPT is more common for younger men, especially those in the teen years. Men also experience up to five hard-ons while they are sleep, with each hard-on lasting up to 30 minutes. Even though the body is asleep, the senses are not. Hard-ons could be caused by simply the touch of a blanket against the skin. Hormonal shift could be to blame as the body releases hormones that quell hard-ons while awake and they release less of them during slumber.

Cause #3: Priapism

Most men know what a priapism is simply because it is the fodder of many a movie or TV show. These are the most serious type of unwanted hard-on because the member is full of blood due to a clot in the member and can last hours and be extremely painful. Men with sickle cell anaemia are also more likely to have priapisms. Either injecting medication or draining blood from the member are the only two ways to bring the member down.

Managing Unwanted Hard-ons

While hard-ons are a desirable thing much of the time, they can be quite troublesome when they pop up for no reason and with no warning. Here are a few ways to mitigate those unwanted hard-on moments:

1) Think about something very unarrousing. Maybe Quaker Oatmeal man in the shower or read a car manual, anything that would qualify under “not at all pleasure.”

2) Shift position. Maybe it’s underwear that are wound up that’s causing it. Shifting can also help a man hide his unwanted hard-on. Men can also put their hands in their pockets to discretely reposition the member and pull it closer to the body.

3) Pull a 1997 move and put your book, jacket, suitcase, laptop, or anything handy in front of it.

4) Stop and meditate. Sit down, close the eyes and breathe slowly focusing on the sound of the breath. This relaxes the body and blood flow which could then reduce or diminish the hard-on.

Random hard-ons are a totally normal thing in most cases. Men should also keep their male organ health in mind to ensure that wanted hard-ons also show up. In addition to thorough cleansing and giving the member time to “breathe,” men should apply a male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to care for the member and it’s delicate skin. Using a crème with vital male organ health elements such as vitamins A, B, C, D and E and essential amino acids like L-Carnitine and L-Arginine keep the member strong and healthy. Apply daily for best results.

The Debate: Does Male Organ Size really matter or Is There Something Else More Important?

At one time or another, every man has wondered if member size really matters to his intimate partners. Can it be too small or too big, too girthy or two thin? It sounds like a Dr. Seuss book. This fixation on the size of a man’s member is a tale as old as time. Believe it or not, big dicks were not all the rage during certain points in history. A smaller member was seen as more refined in some cultures, while a gigantic sword was literally worshipped in others. What’s most surprising today is society really puts the pressure on member size. Everyone in the modern world knows Pete Davidson has a serious case of BDE (Big Dick Energy). However, when it comes to the individual, studies show that size really doesn’t matter unless it is an extreme. Here’s the lowdown on member size and the real measure of a good lover.

The Member Size Study

Researchers at UCLA and Cal State LA tackled the subject when they published a report about women’s satisfaction rate with their partner’s male organ. The researchers did a two-part study to collect the maximum amount of data ultimately answering the does male organ size really matter debate. In addition to in-person interviews, the researchers posted their survey questions to a wider audience on MSNBC.com and as a result, added 26 thousand new responses to their data. The demographic was diverse and included women ages 18 to 65. Men also answered questions as well.

The good news? Over 84 percent of the participants reported being “very satisfied” with their man’s male organ. A mere fourteen percent would like a little more BDE in their lives whilst two percent of respondents would actually like something a bit smaller.

Now let’s look at what the dudes said. Two-thirds of the male respondents believed their male organes to be “average” which concurred with what women reported about their partners. But wait, here’s the interesting part. Women were only half as likely as men to describe a partner’s member as small, and more women were likely to call it larger than the men. For instance, men who perceived their members small measured in at 12 percent while the women chimed in with only six percent, proving that member size is all in the eye of the beholder.

5 Ways a Man Be A #1 Lover without a Big Stick

Not every guy is blessed with a big schlong. Honestly, sometimes it’s a curse. It can be too big and hurt a partner or the man owning the mammoth unit could just be a bad lover. Size isn’t everything. In fact, women report that there are five other factors more important than member size. So, for the men who are feeling a little unhappy with member size, fear not! Here’s some things to keep in mind when getting down and dirty.

1) Confidence – Men and women both say confidence is the most attractive thing there is. Men should confident in not only what a they have physically, but also what they offer additionally. Swagger, charisma, and a perfected flirting skill prime a partner for intimate time.

2) Partner Focus – Time and time again, women say having a generous lover who really connects and cares about their partner’s pleasure is the hottest thing there is.

3) Foreplay – Taking time to kiss, touch, and excite are all ways to please a partner that have nothing to do with the male organ. Enjoy and extend the making out, it’s often the first thing to go in a relationship but it’s what stokes the fire.

4) Oral – Going down on a lady and doing it well will guarantee repeat invitations. Only 15 percent of women can intense point through penetrative pleasure, the rest need other direct stimulation, and, in this case, the tongue is mightier than the sword.

5) A Welcoming Member – There is nothing worse than a funky, questionable male organ. A well-groomed member is a must for hot pleasure. Be sure to meticulously clean and rinse the member daily and apply a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to keep the member fresh, pumped up and ready for action. Look for a crème that contains male organ health promoters like vitamins A, B, and C and have other amino acids and antioxidants to keep sensitivity at its peak.

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Into Kink? Ensure Male Organ Health by Telling Doctor

Even before the massive popularity of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” more and more people were becoming a bit more open about the possibility that they involve kink in some aspect of their sensual lives. Nevertheless, kink is still an area of sensuality that is often not discussed and about which many people harbor negative feelings – guilt or shame for some who enjoy partaking of it, derision or scorn from some who think it odd. Yet men who are into kink need to be forthcoming about it at least in one situation – when discussing male organ health with their doctor. (And by the same token, women need to be similarly open in discussions with their doctors.)

Kink

What exactly is meant by kink? In the broadest sense, kink refers to some form of sensual activity or interest that would not be considered normal. The problem, of course, is that what is sensually normal varies from person to person and from time period to time period. Thus, some people would find sensual role playing to be a kink and others wouldn’t. In general, however, it is agreed that some forms of sensual activity – role play, sadism, masochism, submission/domination, fetishes – typically fall into the realm of kink.

Because people are a bit reticent about sensual activity in general and even less forthcoming about kink, knowing exactly how many people include some form of kink in their sensual lives is difficult to ascertain. However, some studies suggest that about 25-30% of the adult population in the United States has engaged in kink.

Male organ health

And yet studies also indicate that less than half of those who enjoy kink report this to their physicians. Yet, doctors need to know such details when assessing a man’s male organ health.

For example, some men enjoy situations in which their manhood and/or sacks are “tortured” to some degree. This may involve the manhood and/or sacks being slapped, whipped, spanked, pierced, caged, twisted, punched, tied up, squeezed, put in a vise-like device, stretched, or otherwise treated in a way that can potentially have consequences. This can lead to bruises, tears, cuts, abrasions, and other problems. If a doctor knows of a man’s fondness for such activities, he can learn if they are responsible for signs of physical wear and tear and can also discuss how such activities might otherwise impact male organ health and what a man might want to consider to keep male organ health intact.

Similarly, a man with a foot fetish should let his doctor know this, especially of part of that fetish involves rubbing his manhood against a bare foot. The doctor may want to advise him that some foot issues, such as athlete’s foot, might spread to the member through such contact. Those who utilize latex underwear or other clothing should be on the lookout for any signs of a possible allergic reaction to latex, or to the possibility that the higher levels of heat generated by latex might lead to a male organ rash.

Whatever kinks he may be in to, advising his physician gives the doctor information – and doctor would rather have too much rather than too little information when helping to maintain a patient’s health.

Maintaining overall male organ health at an acceptable level also helps strengthen the equipment against possible damage from a kink. Therefore, daily application of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is encouraged. For best results, take the time to read the ingredients and select a crème that includes both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). this will create a moisturization shield to better lock in hydration. The best crème will also contain vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, which is a vital nutrient that is required for cell metabolism and the maintenance of healthy tissue.

Male Organ Rash: Sign of HIV?

Ah, there’s nothing quite like being a sensually active male, enjoying the benefits of having one’s member pleasured regularly and frequently – and, for some guys, from a wide variety of partners. Of course, when a guy is sensually active, and especially when he has more than one partner, there also are male organ health issue to be concerned about, including the scary possibility of contracting HIV. Thus, men need to be on the lookout for signs associated with HIV – including a male organ rash.

The male organ rash

Of course, not every male organ rash is a sign that a man may have contracted HIV from a partner. There are many, many different causes of male organ rash, including simple dry skin; eczema; psoriasis; an allergic reaction; scabies; balanitis; and quite a few others. But many times (though not always) a person who has been infected with HIV will experience a male organ rash.

In point of fact, the HIV-related rash may not always be a male organ rash, or may not be relegated to just the manhood. It can appear almost anywhere on the body, although it most often is on the upper part rather than the legs or feet.

Appearance

What does it look like? In most cases, the rash associated with an HIV infection is seen as a flat red patch of skin, within which may be tiny bumps. This rash usually appears between 2 and 4 weeks after a person has become infected; typically it stays around for 1 – 2 weeks.

It is also very common for the male organ rash to be itchy (which, of course, guys don’t find at all annoying.) It may also be tender or painful – and if scratched too often or too hard, could become infected itself.

Other symptoms

The rash may (or may not) be accompanied by other symptoms, which can include a fever or chills; tiredness of fatigue; swollen glands; sore throat; and pains, especially in the joints and muscles. Observant readers may notice that these symptoms are associated with other conditions, including the flu. This can complicate identifying a case of HIV – which is why a doctor should be consulted. They will most likely ask you questions about your pleasure activity and if it seems that HIV (or another sensual-transmitted infection is the likely cause, they will order further tests. Usually a blood test is involved, which helps to determine whether HIV is present.

Prevention

HIV, of course, is a very serious condition, one which most men wish to avoid. It is a virus that attacks the body’s immune system, seriously weakening it and leaving one increasingly vulnerable to strong reactions to infections. In its most severe form, HIV is known as AIDS, and can leave a person open to fatal reactions to infections and diseases.

Fortunately, there have been many advances made in the treatment of AIDS. If a person is diagnosed early and begins treatment early, his chances of surviving are greatly improved.

However, early identification is crucial – so anyone who suspects he may have HIV, whether due to the presence of a male organ rash or not, should see a doctor. Sensual active men, especially those with many partners, should be tested for HGIV (and other sensual-transmitted infections) regularly, often every three months.

The male organ rash that may accompany HIV can be itchy and painful, so it pays to make use of a first rate male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) regularly. When the crème has a combination of first class moisturizers, such as shea butter and vitamin E, it can help create a moisture “lock” which can alleviate some of the itchiness associated with a male organ rash. The crème should also include vitamin D, the so-called “miracle vitamin” which has proven benefits in fighting diseases and supporting healthy cellular function.

Male Organ Odor Fixes: Things to Do

Everyone gets it: Guys sweat. And some guys sweat more than others. And guess what? That sweat is often worst right around the male organ and sacks – which means that male organ odor is a commonplace occurrence. But just because it’s common doesn’t mean that it’s acceptable. Dudes concerned with male organ health – or even with just eliminating any embarrassing possible reactions to a “big reveal” with a partner – know that they need to consider fixes for male organ odor problems, especially if the condition is persistent.

Of course, as the saying goes, you don’t know what you don’t know – which means, with a guy’s own member located so far from his sniffer (and with only a contortionist able to get the nose close enough for a whiff), how does a guy know he has male organ odor? Well, for one thing, if he takes off his pants and he DOES get an unpleasant scent reaching all the way to his nostrils, chances are it’s a pretty bad case. But even less noxious examples can be off-putting. So here’s a trip: run a Q-tip around the male organ and sacks, then bring it up and inhale. That should help to answer the question.

But it’s always better to be safe than sorry, so here are some male organ odor fixes to consider, even if a guy is unsure if he needs help.

- Wash. Common sense, fellas. Washing the male organ and sacks regularly – usually every day, more often if engaged in lots of sweaty activity – is the best way to keep odor away. Intact men need to pay special attention to washing under the foreskin to help avoid build-up of unpleasant smegma. But don’t stop with the skin – wash pants and underwear regularly. Never wear underwear two days running – and give a really good sniff test to any pants that are on their second (or third or fourth or…) go-round without washing.

- Go coconuts. After showering, it may help to apply a little coconut oil to the midsection. Coconut oil helps to control some odors in some men – although since every man’s metabolism is different, it doesn’t work for everyone.

- Be loose. Tight briefs can make a man’s package look great, but it also can add substantially to the sweat and male organ odor problem. Especially during the summer, favor looser-fitting boxers, especially those made of a lightweight cotton. It also helps to wear pants made of cotton or other natural fibers that allow the midsection to breathe more easily.

- Go bald. A thick thatch of pubic hair just increases the heat on the male organ and sacks. Manscaping is something more and more guys (and their partners) are into, so trimming the pubes can help fight male organ odor. Even if a guy doesn’t want to shave down to the skin, a nice, short trim can make a difference.

- Watch the diet. You are what you eat, and what you eat can contribute to sweat., Spicy foods, for example, can raise the body temperature. High sugar and starchy diets also tend to create more unpleasant smells from sweat.

- Get air. Airing out the manhood helps a lot when fighting male organ odor. Spending some time naked every day can be beneficial. Sleeping naked is one possible way to achieve this for those with prudish roommates.

Men mustn’t let male organ odor become a problem when simple fixes are available. One other important fix: daily apply a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). This will be especially helpful if the crème contains vitamin A, which contains potent antibacterial properties that help fight persistent male organ odor. Stronger, more resilient manhood skin also helps deflect odor’s staying power, so find a crème with alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that fights oxidative stress and the damage it causes the male member skin.

Gallstones Associated with Tumescence Dysfunction Risk

Avoiding tumescence dysfunction is clearly a priority for most men and maintaining good male organ health is one way to help. However, sometimes there are physical issues which can contribute to tumescence dysfunction which may seem to be somewhat far removed from the manhood. That’s because the body is a complex, interrelated system, and so a problem in one area of the body can have ramifications in another part. That’s the case with gallstones, which have been found to be associated with a higher risk of tumescence dysfunction.

What are gallstone?

Also called gallbladder stones, gallstones are made up of digestive fluid that has become hardened and solidified. The digestive fluid in this case is bile, which the gallbladder produces as its contribution to helping breakdown food and drink which a person consumes. Normally, the bile flows along from the gallbladder to the small intestine, but sometimes it hardens into gallstones.

What causes it to stop being normal bile and instead become gallstones? Doctors are not exactly sure, but it seems to occur when the body produces either too much cholesterol or too much bilibrubin. (Bilirubin is created by the liver to help break down red blood cells.) It also seems that sometimes the gallbladder doesn’t rid itself of enough bile; if too much bile stays in the gallbladder, it can also contribute to forming gallstones.

Often gallstones can be very small land therefore may cause no symptoms. However, when they are larger, they may get stuck in a duct, and this can be quite painful. Common symptoms in this case include sudden and intense pain in the upper right part and/or the center of the abdomen and between the shoulder blades or shoulder. Nausea and vomiting often also occur. In serious cases, the skin and eyes may become yellow, and a high fever (sometimes accompanied by chills) may develop.

The tumescence dysfunction connection

Clearly, gallstones are no fun – but why should they contribute to tumescence dysfunction? According to an article in the American Journal of Men’s Health which looked at over 9000 men with gallstones and over 9000 without, and found that the rate of tumescence dysfunction was about 50% higher in the gallstone group.

More study is needed to determine exactly why there is a link, but one of the theories put forward is that gallstones create oxidative stress, which may lead to impaired blood flow in the member; open and adequate blood flow is necessary and crucial for proper tumescence function.

Care

Preventing gallstones is in a man’s best interest. Since they are associated with obesity, maintaining a healthy weight is the best route to take. Men who are overweight should avoid programs which bring about rapid weight loss, as this can raise the risk for developing gallstones. Maintaining regular meals is also a good way to prevent the issue; skipping meals or fasting also raises the risk of gallstones.

Many gallstones resolve naturally. Treatment for those that don’t may include oral medications to help break up the gallstones, but this can take a long time. In some cases, removing the gallbladder may be necessary.

Gallstones’ impact in tumescence dysfunction is still being studied. In the meantime, men are advised to take steps to prevent them and to maintain good male organ health. Regular use of a first class male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help with the latter. Take time to see what is in any potential crème selections. The best should include a wide range of vitamins, including A, B5, C, D and E; their tropical application via a crème helps them target the member more effectively. The crème should also include a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid, to help fight oxidative stress on delicate manhood skin.

Reproductive Fluid 101: Everything a Man Needs to Know about His Intense Point

That cloudy white, sticky substance that Intense Points forth from a man’s submarine is a bit of a mystery and a miracle. That little bit of opaque goo holds the key to civilization in its weird consistency. So, what is reproductive fluid? What’s it made of and why? Let’s go deep in a man’s most private area and explore the wonders of reproductive fluid.

What is reproductive fluid?

Reproductive fluid is the opaque white fluid that is released from the urethra and springs out of the member during intense point. It is made up of mobile seed cells and nutrient-rich seminal fluid. The seminal fluid is what transports the seed to the egg (or the tube sock).

What’s the difference between reproductive fluid and seed?

Seed is in reproductive fluid, and arguably, the most important part of the complex reproductive fluid recipe. Think of it like this, a man is making chocolate chip cookies. Seed is the chocolate chips and reproductive fluid is the whole batter. They’re better together.

Where is reproductive fluid made and what does it contain?

Seed is made in the reproductive organs and gets stored in the epididymis until needed. When a man is ready to Intense Point, the seed is carried through a passageway called the vas deferens to the urethra to be expelled. While it goes on this voyage, it goes through three different glands, the accessory pleasure glands, which release mucous secretions. They are known as the Cowper’s gland, the prostate gland, and the seminal vesicles. Cowper’s supplies the pre-ejaculatory fluid, the prostate provides a host of minerals, amino acids, and enzymes, and the seminal vesicles supply the majority of the reproductive fluid cocktail with fructose for seed energy and prostaglandins that trigger the Female canal muscles to contract, thus helping escort the seed to the ova.

How much reproductive fluid can a man produce?

The average man can turn out between two to six milliliters of reproductive fluid each time he Intense Points. To go back to the cookie batter analogy, that’s like the amount of vanilla that’d go into the batter, maybe a bit less. But, just to be clear, don’t actually put it in cookie batter; the cookies will not taste good with the special sauce.

What does reproductive fluid taste like?

As it contains over 65 percent sugar, it is alleged to taste sweet. However, diet greatly impacts the taste of reproductive fluid and can be like going to a 31 Flavors, just without the Rocky Road.

What color should reproductive fluid be?

Intense Point is usually clear, white, grayish or a form of all of those with a cloudy look to it. It can, however, be many different colors. Here’s a quick run-down on some of the tints reproductive fluid can take and what they may mean.

- Yellow/Green – It could be urine in the reproductive fluid, which is nothing to be concerned about unless it’s a persistent issue. Diet can also influence seed color (think curry or green juice). Jaundice can also cause a yellow tinge and suggests a liver issue which requires immediate medical help.

- Red/Pink/Orange/Brown – All are a sign of blood in the urine. The more red or pink, the fresher the blood. If it’s more of the orangish brown variety, it’s old blood. Both can be classified as hematospermia, which is associated with STIs, prostate issues, high blood pressure, too rough or vigorous pleasure, excessive self- that causes tears in the skin, and cancer.

- Black – This is again, hematospermia, but the blood is extreme old. It is related to two serious issues which men should seek help for, spinal cord injuries and heavy metal exposure (lead, nickel, etc.).

Keeping the reproductive fluid vessel healthy and strong

Keeping the member clean and well cared for is just one of the ways a man can be sure his reproductive fluid can exit the premises expertly and with a laser-focus. Keeping the member clean with regular washing and rinsing is a critical part of ensuring a precise aim and avoiding “backups.” In addition to cleaning, many men have added a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to their grooming ritual. Using a male organ health crème delivers the important vitamins and amino acids which prevent bacteria from infiltrating the member while strengthening the skin and protecting against environmental free radicals and nerve damage that can make Firms and intense point harder. A generous massage with a nutrient crème like this is one of the best ways to promote male organ health on a daily basis.

Male Organ Vitamin Cream: What is it, Why a Man Should Use it, and What it Should Include.

There are so many lotions and potions a man needs to look good and be healthy these days. Face lotion, body cream, facial serums, eye creams, male organ vitamin creams…wait, what? Yes, male organ vitamin creams are making a lot of noise these days and men everywhere are wondering if they are worth the time and money? The verdict is in and it’s affirmative that male organ vitamin creams are working for men and in some really big ways. Let’s break down what these creams are, what they do, and how to pick the best one.

What is Male Organ Vitamin Cream?

Male organ vitamin creams are lotions or oils that are used to moisture the member and reproductive area. They are formulated with ingredients that have been recognized as safe for delicate genital skin and are one element of having or getting a healthy member.

What Benefits Does it Offer?

Male organ vitamin creams have become so popular, largely in part to the anecdotal benefits they provide men of all ages. Men have reported a wide array of benefits from the regular use of male organ vitamin creams including:

- Soft genital skin

- Healing of rough, aggravated, or dry skin

- Smoothing and disappearance of peeling skin

- A reduction or complete avoidance of bacterial and fungal infections

- Increased sensitivity

- Reversal of performance dysfunction

- Improvement in blood flow, stimulating a harder, stronger hard-ons

- Genital skin rejuvenation

- Appearance of a younger member

- Reduction or removal of member discoloration and redness

- Genital skin soothing properties for rash, redness, and irritation

Of course, as with any product, results are individual. The results above, however, are echoed by a great majority of men who use these creams.

What Should the Best Cream Offer?

This is the tough part. There are a lot of creams out there, so it’s hard to know which one is the best and most potent. With that in mind, here are the ingredients a high-quality cream should include:

1) An all-natural, irritant-free base. The base for a good genital health cream needs to start by being all natural. Member skin is extremely gentle and lotions that contain hard ingredients or hard-to-pronounce names need not apply! A particularly great moisturizer that checks all of these boxes is Shea butter. Its velvety feel comes from the nuts of the shea tree. It also contains essential fatty acids that contribute to a soft, supple member.

2) Vitamin E. A great male organ vitamin cream will also include vitamin E. Vitamin E locks in moisture and creates a barrier to keep that moisture in and protect the skin from the elements. It’s also been known to reduce the appearance of scars.

3) Vitamin A. Vitamin A is an anti-bacterial, so male organ vitamin creams with this amazing vitamin will be shielded from nasty infections and smegma overgrowth.

4) Vitamin C. Wonder why so many creams of all sorts have vitamin C? Vitamin C is a critical element in collagen production which gives skin its bounce and elasticity.

5) L-Carnitine. This amazing amino acid helps protect the member from major problem causes like friction, compression, and peripheral nerve damage. These things can all lead to reduced sensitivity and make achieving and maintaining an hard-ons more difficult over time.

6) Arginine. Want a more powerful hard-on? Look no further than mega-vasodilator, Arginine! Vasodilators help dilate the blood vessels, which encourages blood flow resulting in a harder, stronger hard-ons.

When it comes to a specially formulated male organ vitamin cream, using the tips above, it’ll be easy to determine which is the best. Then, use a genital health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) daily for best results. A healthy member that’s clean, fresh, and protected will give a man pleasure for decades to come.

Male Organ Bumps from Seborrheic Keratosis Are Benign

“Uh-oh! What’s that?” This is a sentence no guy wants to utter while conducting a routine male organ health inspection—or even when just happening to glance at his equipment in the mirror—but it’s one that does come up from time to time. Often, the aberration that causes this exclamation is due to the discovery of new male organ bumps that had not previously blessed his member. There can be numerous reasons for the arrival of new male organ bumps, and fortunately many of them are benign – that is, harmless (even if in some cases unattractive). For instance, occasionally, bumps may be seborrheic keratosis, which don’t win prizes for their physical beauty, but which do not indicate a social disease or other male organ health problem.

About seborrheic keratosis

Okay, so they’re not dangerous – that’s good. But they mar an otherwise handsome manhood, so what should a guy know about them?

Well, “seborrheic” means that it is related to the sebaceous glands. These are glands, found all over the body and secrete an oily or waxy matter. Some men are already familiar with sebaceous glands because they are the source of Fordyce spots – tiny little white or clear bumps that can appear on the skin of the manhood and the sacks. (They are completely harmless.) “Keratoses” refers to growths of keratin, which Wikipedia tells us is the “key structural material making up hair, nails, claws, hooves, and the outer layer of human skin.” So, seborrheic keratoses are basically growths made up of oily or waxy keratin.

Appearance

Although this article is concerned with seborrheic keratosis appearing as male organ bumps, they can appear anywhere on the body; in fact, they appear less commonly on the member than on the torso or face. They vary in color from light tan to brown to black. When they first appear, they tend to be small little bumps, but they gradually thicken and become elevated. Often as they grow, they take on a warty look, causing some men to fear they have sensual organ warts – but they are not warts. They range in size from tiny to more than one inch, with most tending to be around a quarter- or half-inch. They are sometimes mistaken for signs of skin cancer, but again, they are actually benign.

Seborrheic keratoses are more common in fairer-skinned people, and also more likely to occur when a person reaches middle age or older (although they can occur at younger ages).

Removal

Aside from an occasional itchiness, seborrheic keratoses don’t themselves cause much bother; however, they may get irritated when the member rubs against clothing or surfaces. In addition, because they do resemble sensual organ warts or cancerous growths, many men may wish to have them removed. There are several typical methods of removal, including:

- Cryosurgery, in which they are frozen off, much like common warts

- Curettage, in which special tools are used to scrape the very surface of the skin

- Ablation, in which a laser is used to vaporize the problem

- Electrocautery, in which an electrical current burns the growth away

Often, a doctor may use a combination of these methods to remove the keratoses.

Spotting new male organ bumps, whether caused by seborrheic keratoses or other causes, demonstrates that a man is practicing good male member care, and so he is hopefully already using a top-drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on a regular basis. Care should be taken in selecting a cream – one that contains both a high-end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). These ingredients combine to create a “moisture lock” that helps keep delicate manhood skin well hydrated and protected. Further protection is provided if the cream also contains alpha-lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that helps reduce the dangers of oxidative stress to member skin.

Pollution Might Influence Tumescence Dysfunction

Maintaining good male organ health is a no-brainer as a goal, and many men take great pains to keep their manhood in great shape. Exercising, eating right, cutting out smoking, watching alcohol intake, using a male organ health cream—all of these are things men do to keep their favorite organ healthier and happier—which in turn can keep it in better shape to function properly. But sometimes outside forces can come into play that can bring about tumescence dysfunction issues, even for men who take very good care of their equipment. One such factor likely is pollution, at least as evidenced by a recent animal study.

About this study

A study that showed that long-term exposure to gasoline vehicle exhaust induced tumescence dysfunction in rats was conducted at Guangzhou University and published in an online journal.

In this study, a bunch of rats were put into four different groups, with 10 rats in each group. (This kind of segmentation is typical of many medical studies.) The first group of rats (the lucky ones, you might say) were not exposed to any motor vehicle exhaust. The other three groups were exposed to different levels over a three-month period. One group was exposed to this pollution for two hours a day, five days a week. Another group got the gas exhaust four hours a day, five days a week, and the fourth group was subjected to it for six hours a day, five days a week. (Again, this kind of selective exposure is common for such tests.)

Now, it’s known that breathing in exhaust fumes is not good for health in general, but the researchers were specifically looking at how lung function and tumescence dysfunction were impacted. They tested lung and tumescence function in all the rats in each of the four groups. Sure enough, there was pronounced tumescence dysfunction among the groups exposed for four and six hours, as compared to those who weren’t exposed at all (the control group). The reasons for this appeared to be inflammation, pulmonary dysfunction, and a decrease in nitric oxide, which is important for helping male organ blood vessels expand so that blood can enter the manhood during the excitation phase and enable it to become fully tumescent.

Humans

This study was conducted in rats, so it’s not possible to take the results and definitively state that exposure to pollution over time raises the risk for tumescence dysfunction in humans. But to do that, a similar study would need to be conducted with humans—and what man wants to voluntarily breathe in exhaust fumes for six hours a day—especially if it might affect how well his member works?

But it does seem likely that air pollution has the potential to increase the risk of tumescence dysfunction in men and that men who live in heavily polluted environments may want to take steps to lessen their exposure. That can be easier said than done, but some suggestions include:

- Wearing a nose-and-mouth mask when in high-pollution areas

- Avoiding walking or biking in high-pollution areas

- Finding alternate routes to avoid high-traffic areas

- Using an air purifier in the car

Pollution and tumescence dysfunction are threats to the member, so it also pays to maintain a serious male organ health regimen. That means including daily application of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) as part of one’s manhood care routine. Most men should select a cream that contains both L-arginine and alpha-lipoic acid. The former is an amino acid that helps to boost production of nitric oxide; as mentioned previously, this can help keep manhood blood vessels more receptive to increased blood flow. The latter is a potent antioxidant that fights excess free radicals; left on their own, free radicals can cause oxidative stress that can damage the member.

Causes and Cures for an Unwanted Hard-on

Sometimes the wind blows a certain way, a hot text comes in, or a head-turning woman walks by. It’s natural to feel a little stirring in one’s trousers when these things happen. But what happens when an hard-on pops up for no reason and often in the worst places? A random unwanted hard-on happens when a boner pops without stimulation. While unwanted, they are completely normal. Think about it, morning wood is a common phenomenon for most men. However, if unwanted hard-ons keep popping up, a man may want to get to the bottom of it and also find strategies for extinguishing the fire below.

Cause #1: Androgen

Hormones play a huge part in the daily function of the body. They tell us to eat, to sleep, to be happy or be sad. Researchers are finding that androgen, often referred to as the sensual hormone, is somehow related to unwanted hard-ons. A man with High A, for instance, may have unwanted hard-ons frequently. Since hormone levels fluctuate over time, the issue could sort itself out. See a doctor to test androgen levels and go from there.

Cause #2: Nocturnal Manhood Tumescence (NPT)

Often referred to as “morning wood,” Nocturnal manhood tumescence (NPT), is a type of random hard-on. The main symptom of NPT is waking up with an Firm member. Often times, the member not only is awake and ready upon a man’s rising, it will also stay hard until coerced to come down. NPT is more common for younger men, especially those in the teen years. Men also experience up to five hard-ons while they are sleep, with each hard-on lasting up to 30 minutes. Even though the body is asleep, the senses are not. Hard-ons could be caused by simply the touch of a blanket against the skin. Hormonal shift could be to blame as the body releases hormones that quell hard-ons while awake and they release less of them during slumber.

Cause #3: Priapism

Most men know what a priapism is simply because it is the fodder of many a movie or TV show. These are the most serious type of unwanted hard-on because the member is full of blood due to a clot in the member and can last hours and be extremely painful. Men with sickle cell anaemia are also more likely to have priapisms. Either injecting medication or draining blood from the member are the only two ways to bring the member down.

Managing Unwanted Hard-ons

While hard-ons are a desirable thing much of the time, they can be quite troublesome when they pop up for no reason and with no warning. Here are a few ways to mitigate those unwanted hard-on moments:

1) Think about something very unarrousing. Maybe Quaker Oatmeal man in the shower or read a car manual, anything that would qualify under “not at all pleasure.”

2) Shift position. Maybe it’s underwear that are wound up that’s causing it. Shifting can also help a man hide his unwanted hard-on. Men can also put their hands in their pockets to discretely reposition the member and pull it closer to the body.

3) Pull a 1997 move and put your book, jacket, suitcase, laptop, or anything handy in front of it.

4) Stop and meditate. Sit down, close the eyes and breathe slowly focusing on the sound of the breath. This relaxes the body and blood flow which could then reduce or diminish the hard-on.

Random hard-ons are a totally normal thing in most cases. Men should also keep their male organ health in mind to ensure that wanted hard-ons also show up. In addition to thorough cleansing and giving the member time to “breathe,” men should apply a male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to care for the member and it’s delicate skin. Using a crème with vital male organ health elements such as vitamins A, B, C, D and E and essential amino acids like L-Carnitine and L-Arginine keep the member strong and healthy. Apply daily for best results.

The Debate: Does Male Organ Size really matter or Is There Something Else More Important?

At one time or another, every man has wondered if member size really matters to his intimate partners. Can it be too small or too big, too girthy or two thin? It sounds like a Dr. Seuss book. This fixation on the size of a man’s member is a tale as old as time. Believe it or not, big dicks were not all the rage during certain points in history. A smaller member was seen as more refined in some cultures, while a gigantic sword was literally worshipped in others. What’s most surprising today is society really puts the pressure on member size. Everyone in the modern world knows Pete Davidson has a serious case of BDE (Big Dick Energy). However, when it comes to the individual, studies show that size really doesn’t matter unless it is an extreme. Here’s the lowdown on member size and the real measure of a good lover.

The Member Size Study

Researchers at UCLA and Cal State LA tackled the subject when they published a report about women’s satisfaction rate with their partner’s male organ. The researchers did a two-part study to collect the maximum amount of data ultimately answering the does male organ size really matter debate. In addition to in-person interviews, the researchers posted their survey questions to a wider audience on MSNBC.com and as a result, added 26 thousand new responses to their data. The demographic was diverse and included women ages 18 to 65. Men also answered questions as well.

The good news? Over 84 percent of the participants reported being “very satisfied” with their man’s male organ. A mere fourteen percent would like a little more BDE in their lives whilst two percent of respondents would actually like something a bit smaller.

Now let’s look at what the dudes said. Two-thirds of the male respondents believed their male organes to be “average” which concurred with what women reported about their partners. But wait, here’s the interesting part. Women were only half as likely as men to describe a partner’s member as small, and more women were likely to call it larger than the men. For instance, men who perceived their members small measured in at 12 percent while the women chimed in with only six percent, proving that member size is all in the eye of the beholder.

5 Ways a Man Be A #1 Lover without a Big Stick

Not every guy is blessed with a big schlong. Honestly, sometimes it’s a curse. It can be too big and hurt a partner or the man owning the mammoth unit could just be a bad lover. Size isn’t everything. In fact, women report that there are five other factors more important than member size. So, for the men who are feeling a little unhappy with member size, fear not! Here’s some things to keep in mind when getting down and dirty.

1) Confidence – Men and women both say confidence is the most attractive thing there is. Men should confident in not only what a they have physically, but also what they offer additionally. Swagger, charisma, and a perfected flirting skill prime a partner for intimate time.

2) Partner Focus – Time and time again, women say having a generous lover who really connects and cares about their partner’s pleasure is the hottest thing there is.

3) Foreplay – Taking time to kiss, touch, and excite are all ways to please a partner that have nothing to do with the male organ. Enjoy and extend the making out, it’s often the first thing to go in a relationship but it’s what stokes the fire.

4) Oral – Going down on a lady and doing it well will guarantee repeat invitations. Only 15 percent of women can intense point through penetrative pleasure, the rest need other direct stimulation, and, in this case, the tongue is mightier than the sword.

5) A Welcoming Member – There is nothing worse than a funky, questionable male organ. A well-groomed member is a must for hot pleasure. Be sure to meticulously clean and rinse the member daily and apply a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to keep the member fresh, pumped up and ready for action. Look for a crème that contains male organ health promoters like vitamins A, B, and C and have other amino acids and antioxidants to keep sensitivity at its peak.

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