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Fishy-Smelling Male Organ

All members have odors. It’s natural and a normal function of the body to emit smells. However, a fishy-smelling male organ is not natural. Although a temporary fishy smell (perhaps after relations or a swim in a lake) may not be cause for worry, a persistent foul fragrance may be a sign of a deeper issue. Thankfully, not all causes of a smelly member are serious, and they are often easy to remedy. Read on to find out what causes a fishy-smelling male organ and how to fix it.

#1: Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Often thought to be just a post-playtime plague for the ladies, men too can get a UTI. When bacteria find themselves in the urinary tract, there is inflammation, a lot of discomfort, and often sour-smelling urine. In addition to the smell, men can also experience extreme pain and an increased urge to urinate, pink urine, and pain in the side or back. Most times, a round of oral antibiotics can clear it up.

#2: Yeast Infection

Another cause that is often thought to be female only is candida, or a yeast infection. This occurs when the male organ experiences an overgrowth of the Candida fungus and creates a moldy, fishy smell. Yeast infections are also marked by itching, white chunky discharge, burning, and redness. They can be transmitted to and from intimate partners or just be the result of a lack of hygiene. Treatment for candida is usually a medicine called Diflucan and can sometimes take more than one round of it.

#3: Smegma

It even sounds a little dirty. When most people think fishy male organ, they think smegma. Smegma is the buildup of moisture, oils, and skin cells around the shaft of the member for all men, and specifically under the foreskin in uncircumcised men. When it’s not dealt with, it congeals into a chunky, off-white paste that leads to a red-hot member (and not in the good way).

Smegma is caused by poor hygiene. Washing and keeping the male organ loose and airy is the best way to get rid of smegma. However, if the foreskin won’t retract or the inflammation and irritation don’t decrease, see a medical professional.

#4: Chlamydia

Chlamydia is a Partner-Transmitted Infection (PTI) that’s contracted by having any kind of intimate contact with someone who’s already infected. Besides a fishy-smelling male organ, symptoms can also include swelling of the privates, discharge, and a burning sensation when urinating. Treatment includes a doctor-prescribed antibiotic.

#5: Gonorrhea

Colloquially known as “The Clap,” gonorrhea is a PTI that can affect the reproductive organs, back, and mouth. It is transmitted partner to partner. In addition to a funky smell, other symptoms include fiery urination, soreness, itching, pain when pooping, and a rainbow of discharge that may include white, yellow, or even green. Head to the doctor immediately for diagnosis and treatment, which can include both a shot and oral medication.

8 Tips for Preventing a Fishy-Smelling Male Organ

There are several easy ways to prevent a smelly male organ. Incorporating them into a regular routine will guarantee a clean, fresh member.

1) Wash the member daily, and additionally after relations or physical activity, with warm water and a mild cleanser. Rinse thoroughly and pat or air dry, as rubbing can cause irritation.

2) When cleaning the male organ, be sure to get into every nook and cranny. If uncircumcised, be sure to pull back the foreskin and gently clean thoroughly to prevent smegma buildup.

3) Keep the pubic hair neatly trimmed. Long pubic hair can hold in funky smells from moisture, bacteria, and dirt.

4) Wear loose cotton underwear so the private area isn’t compressed and has room to breathe.

5) Always have an open dialogue with intimate partners about reproductive health. Do not have relations with a person suspected of having a PTI as evidenced by a rash, discharge, or other symptoms.

6) When having relations, use latex barriers and a water-based creme to prevent infection and bacteria.

7) Use 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 moisturized and fresh. Use a crème with vitamin A for its antibacterial properties. Also look for a crème with natural emollients like shea butter and vitamin E to seal in moisture, leaving skin hydrated and supple.

Sometimes Male Organ Bumps Signify HSV

If a guy takes a close look at his manhood, he may notice the presence of male organ bumps. Not all men have them, but male organ bumps are fairly common. Many times – as with Fordyce spots, little light raised bumps – they are completely benign. But other times they can be a sign that a male organ health issue may be present. For example, mid-section HSV is sometimes accompanied by the presence of male organ bumps.

About HSV

HSV in or around the male member in men (or the vulva in women) are known as midsection HSV and are caused by either HSV-1 (HSV simplex virus-1) or HSV-2 (HSV simplex virus-2). Midsection HSV is a common social disease; some 775,000 people in the United States acquire it every year.

This form of HSV is almost always transmitted through sensual contact. It may be spread from the midsection of an infected person coming in contact with those of a non-infected partner. Similarly, it can be passed on if a non-infected person performs oral sensual activity on the midsection of a person who is infected, or it could be obtained through fastidious sensual activity as well.

Symptoms

There are several symptoms that are classically associated with midsection HSV. The most common are the male organ bumps, which in this case usually take the form of blisters or lesions. These show up from 2 to 12 days after a person has become infected with the HSV virus. When these blisters appear, a person is said to have an “outbreak” of HSV. There usually is pain associated with the blisters. Sometimes there may also be fever, headaches, body aches, or swollen lymph nodes; these tend to be more pronounced during the first outbreak and less intense during subsequent outbreaks. Some people state that they can tell when a subsequent outbreak is coming because they experience pain in the midsection, posterior, or legs.

However, it is important to note that many people who become infected with HSV experience absolutely no symptoms. Unfortunately, that does NOT mean that they cannot pass the HSV virus on to someone else. And since they do not show any symptoms, it means they can do so with neither partner having any knowledge that the virus is being transmitted.

There can be complications associated with HSV. For example, a woman who is pregnant may pass HSV on to the child during childbirth, and this can lead to a potentially deadly infection in the child. HSV can also be especially problematic for a person with HIV.

Prevention

The most effective way to avoid HSV is to be in a monogamous relationship in which both partners tested negative for HSV. However, this situation is not easily available for all people. Using latex protection when coupling helps significantly, but it is not foolproof, especially if the virus is present on areas not covered by the latex protection. Individuals who know they have HSV should avoid sensual activity when an outbreak is present or if they suspect one is imminent.

HSV cannot be cured, but it can be managed. Suppressive medications can help to reduce the number and/or severity of recurrent outbreaks.

Fortunately, most male organ bumps are not caused by HSV – and many are helped by maintaining proper male organ health. This is made easier by the 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). Men should seek out crèmes that can maintain appropriate manhood skin care, such as those that contain not only a natural hydrator (vitamin E is one) but also a high-end emollient (such as shea butter). In addition, male organ skin can be strengthened if the crème contains a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid, which can fight off oxidative stress by attacking excess free radicals.

Male Organ Odor from Hyperthyroidism

Whew! If unleashing his member from its trouser cave produces an overpowering male organ odor, a guy has a male organ health issue that needs attention. Persistent and overwhelming male organ odor is one of the biggest turn-offs for a partner or potential partner – and besides, it’s just plain embarrassing. If male organ odor is a problem, a man needs to take action – and his first step is to determine the cause. There can be any number of culprits, but one that is often ignored is the possibility of hyperthyroidism.

Often, male organ odor comes about because a dude just isn’t practicing his best manhood hygiene. The member and sacks sweat a lot, and frequent showering or bathing is needed to keep the odor-causing bacteria released by sweat from becoming a problem. But when a man has hyperthyroidism, even daily washing may not be enough to keep male organ odor at bay.

Hyperthyroidism

So just what is hyperthyroidism? As the name implies, it involves the thyroid gland. For those whose high school anatomy lessons are a dim memory, the thyroid gland is an organ in the front of the neck. Though small in size, it plays an important role, as it determines when and how to release the hormones that the body needs to control its metabolism, heart rate, breathing, body temperature, weight and a lot of other functions.

When the thyroid is functioning properly, it increases the chances that the whole body is functioning in harmony. But if the thyroid malfunctions, it can impact a wide range of functions. Sometimes the thyroid gland produces too much of two hormones, triiodothyronine and thyroxine (commonly called T3 and T4). When this happens, a condition known as hyperthyroidism results.

When a person has hyperthyroidism, the hormones that control many bodily functions are out of a balance. As a result, their heart rate may quicken or become irregular, they may lose weight (even though they may experience an increase in appetite), and they may become nervous or anxious. Sleeping can be difficult and irregular, and they may experience muscle soreness and fatigue. Additionally, they often will begin to sweat excessively, even when they are not doing anything especially taxing physically.

Sweat connection

It’s the excess sweating, as one might suspect, that contributes to the potential male organ odor problem. Sweat released in the mid-section (and in the armpits) tends to have a stronger and more distinctive odor – so if the mid-section starts sweating more, male organ odor is likely to increase.

A guy can tend to this short term by washing the manhood and sacks even more frequently, but often this is not enough. Besides, for his overall health, it’s important that hyperthyroidism be treated.

Diagnosing hyperthyroidism can take some time, as its symptoms may resemble those of other conditions. However, when diagnosed, the doctor can then take steps to treat it. Such steps include first determining the reason for the overproduction of hormones and then selecting treatment to attack the cause. Typical forms of treatment include shrinking the thyroid gland via radioactive iodine; medications like methimazole and propylithiouracil; beta blockers; and, in some cases, surgery on the thyroid gland.

Whether caused by hyperthyroidism or from more everyday causes, it pays to treat male organ odor quickly, and treatment should include the daily use of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . When dealing with male organ odor, it’s necessary to do one’s best to reduce the impact of bacteria, so a crème with vitamin A is necessary. Vitamin A possesses anti-bacterial properties that can be an important part of reducing odor. In addition, the crème should include a potent antioxidant to help protect the delicate member skin. Alpha lipoic acid is an excellent antioxidant which fights the excess free radicals that can otherwise cause oxidative damage to member skin.

Male Organ Rash Can Come from Sensual Toys

From male organ rings to male organ substitutes, sensual toys are more and more commonly found in bedrooms of consenting adults. And while sensual toys are more historically associated with females, the fact is that more and more males are growing comfortable with incorporating toy play into their sensual lives – often with great results. In general, sensual toys don’t come with male organ health concerns, but there are some instances where a male organ health issue may inadvertently arise. For example, sometimes using sensual toys might result in a male organ rash showing up unexpectedly.

Sensual toys

People have been using sensual toys for generations. Ancient Greece and Egypt, for example, include references to objects which would be recognized today as male organ substitutes. People have used manhood-shaped food, such as zucchinis, as “natural” male organ substitutes, and carved-out melons have been used by enterprising men as female organ substitutes for eons.

But today, sensual toys generally refer to objects manufactured specifically for use in sensual situations, whether solo or partner-based, generally to enhance pleasure. (For some, that pleasure is enhanced through infliction of some degrees of pain, but the ultimate goal is pleasurable, however an individual may define it.)

Male organ rash

In general, a male organ rash (like most skin rashes) occurs because the manhood skin has come into contact with some sort of allergic factor. Theoretically, the make-up of any individual could be such that he or she could be allergic to just about anything. However, the objects we will be discussing are those which are somewhat more likely than others to bring about a male organ rash reaction. It’s important to note, of course, that just because some people may be allergic to something doesn’t mean everyone is.

With that in mind, here are some sensual toys which in some instances could produce a male organ rash in some men:

- Metal male organ rings or sacks stretchers. Male organ rings are intended to tightly encircle the member (or member and sacks) in such a way that blood is encouraged to fill the manhood, thereby enhancing a man’s tumescence. Sacks stretchers are worn tightly around the top of the sacks so that the sacks stretch out; sometimes weights are used to increase the stretching. Rings and stretchers can be made of several different materials, including metal – and in some instances, that can be problematic. A surprising number of people are allergic to nickel, and it can cause a rash in areas in which it comes into contact. Many metal products include nickel in their mixture – so a male organ rash occurring after wearing a metal ring or stretchers may be due to the presence of nickel.

- Female substitute substitutes. Female substitute substitutes come in all different forms, but they are generally a hollowed out tube of some sort which has been lined with a soft material. A tumescent member thrusts in and out of the tube, usually resulting in seed release. If the toy is thoroughly cleaned after each use, there is little risk of a rash – but if not, a male organ rash is quite likely. The risk increases if a man does not clean it thoroughly after another man has used it. (Sharing sensual toys is risky, and most should be sterilized before being shared.)

- Latex barrier. Not a sensual toy, but some men do have an allergy to latex – meaning that they must use non-latex latex barriers in order to be safe from both STIs and from a potential male organ rash!

A male organ rash from sensual toys may respond to use of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Rashes often need extra moisturization, so using a crème with both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) is best. In addition, the selected crème should include alpha lipoic acid. A potent antioxidant, alpha lipoic acid protects the skin from the ravages caused by excess free radicals.

Delayed Emission: Handling This Male Organ Function Issue

Mention early on emission in a group of guys and someone is almost bound to jokingly claim that he has just the opposite male organ health problem. In fact, delayed emission (sometimes called retarded emission or prolonged emission or impaired emission) can be a very legitimate male organ function problem – and one that can be frustrating both to those who suffer from it and their sensual partners.

What it is

Just as early on emission involves a man who releases much earlier than he would like, delayed emission keeps a man from releasing. Although there is no one clear definition, it is generally accepted that if a man wishes to release but requires more than 30 minutes to achieve that goal, he is said to be experiencing delayed emission. (It’s important to note that the man in question desires to release. A man who engages in sensual activity for longer than 30 minutes but then releases when he is ready is controlling his emission, and so his situation would not be considered delayed emission.) In some cases, a man may “give up” before he reaches emission at all.

It’s not unusual for a man to experience an occasional episode of delayed emission; it is only when the situation is consistent or persistent that it is considered a male organ function issue.

Causes

What causes delayed emission? There can be many causes. For example, sometimes it may be psychological and comes about due to depression, anxiety about performance, unexpressed emotions, etc. Some medications, such as certain antidepressants, blood pressure tablets, anti-seizure treatments, or alcohol, might cause delayed emission in some men. There can also be physical issues, such as pelvic injury, thyroid or male hormone decrease, urinary tract infections, or nerve damage. In some cases, rough handling of the manhood may result in diminished sensation, which can be a factor.

Treatment

Treating delayed emission depends on pinpointing the cause or causes which have brought it about. If the underlying cause is psychological, seeking help from a mental health professional is advised. If medications are responsible, consulting with a doctor about possible alternatives can be helpful.

When the cause is physical, the specific physical cause will determine treatment. For example, low thyroid or male hormone levels may require hormone treatment. Medicine can help banish a urinary tract infection. And there are some medications which have been used to help fight delayed emission.

In some cases, it may be suggested that a man explore stimulating other erogenous zones., for example, the nipples can provide sensual stimulation. Prostate massage often results in enhanced emission for many men.

Sometimes a man is asked to try to “retrain” his member. If he typically self-pleasures in one certain way or on one certain area of the manhood, he may be encouraged to switch things up: use his left hand instead of his right, apply different levels of pressure, concentrate on the shaft instead of the head (or vice versa). This can often help a man to experience emission on a more typical schedule.

Men whose male organ function is impaired by delayed emission are well advised to incorporate a first class male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) into their daily male member care regimen. A healthy manhood is more likely to respond to proper stimulation. Choosing a crème with L-carnitine can be especially valuable. L-carnitine is an amino acid with neuroprotective properties that helps protect the member from loss of sensation. The crème should ideally also include L-arginine. Another amino acid, L-arginine helps boost nitric oxide production; this in turn enables male organ blood vessels to more fully expand when extra blood is needed for the tumescence process.

Strengthening the Tumescent Male Organ Throughout the Day

It will come as no surprise to read that a tumescent male organ is typically a vital component of sensual activity. Although a couple can have forms of sensual activity (such as oral sensual activity) in which a partner may be sensually satisfied without a tumescent male organ, in most cases that tumescence is desired – by its owner, if not by his partner. Good male organ health routines help to make a tumescent male organ more likely, so gentlemen may wish to consider the following strategies which can be performed throughout the day to keep the male organ healthy and more prone to tumescence.

- Start the day right. Men are familiar with “morning wood,” that is waking up with a tumescent male organ. Sometimes, it is an insistently hard tumescence, but in other cases it may be somewhat softer. In the latter case, try to spend a few minutes stroking the manhood into a harder tumescence. (If there’s time, feel free to self-pleasure to release.) Some doctors believe that taking advantage of a semi-tumescence and bringing about a full hardness helps strengthen the member.

- Have a cup of Joe. Some scientists believe that there are tumescence benefits to caffeine, as it may help manhood arteries to expand so that more blood can flow into the member, thereby strengthening its tumescence. So enjoy that cup of coffee with the knowledge that your member may thank you for it.

- Plan your daily diet. Eating right is important for the entire body, and general physical health translates into better male organ health as well. A diet which sees to an individual’s needs through healthy food choices is best. Some scientists also believe that specific flavonoid-rich foods, including apples, pears, berries and oranges, keep the arteries in better shape for blood flow.

- Incorporate meditation breaks. Stress is a huge problem for many men, leading to serious issues including high blood pressure and strokes. Stress is also a killjoy when it comes to a tumescent male organ. Men who experience stress – which often occurs during the workday – should find a way to incorporate 2 or 3 breaks of 5 or 10 minutes each into their day for meditation, which is shown to relieve stress. If finding a way to engage in actual meditation is difficult, try to take a nice walk outside in the sunshine or do a few exercises to release tension.

- Visit the gym. Keeping the heart healthy keeps the male organ healthy, so getting an appropriate amount of exercise is crucial. Stopping by the gym on the way home from work and getting in some cardio exercises will keep those male organ blood vessels happier and better prepared when a rush of blood is needed. Exercise helps produce nitric oxide, which is useful in artery and vessel expansion.

- Kick butts. If a guy smokes, stopping can be one of the most significant things he can do to improve not just his male organ health but his overall health. Nicotine causes blood vessels to constrict, which is exactly the opposite of what a tumescent male organ wants and needs. Quitting smoking can be difficult, but men who do smoke should take the first step on that road today.

- Brush well. Brushing regularly – at the beginning and end of the day at least – should be part of any dental hygiene routine – as well as of a male organ health routine. Why? Plaque caused by gum disease creates inflammation which damages blood vessel cells, even those as far from the mouth as the manhood. So brush well to keep the manhood well.

Taking steps like these throughout the day can help strengthen the tumescent male organ by improving male organ health. That same health also benefits from the daily 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). Choose a crème with L-arginine, an ingredient which is known to help boost nitric oxide production – which as mentioned earlier is a boon in keeping manhood blood vessels open and expanded. In addition, find a crème with alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant which protects member skin from oxidative stress.

Smart Hydration Saves Dry Male Organ Skin

When the pants come off, a guy wants to present the most handsome manhood possible to his adoring public or potential partner – or whoever happens to be around. Even in non-sensual situations, like the locker room, a guy doesn’t want another dude to glance at his equipment and think, “Gross, what is wrong with his junk?” But when a man is cursed with dry male organ skin, that’s the reaction many may have- especially if that dryness results in flaky or otherwise unhealthy-looking skin. Maintaining good male organ health helps avoid dry male organ skin, and so does taking steps to achieve proper levels of hydration.

Why hydration is important

The body has a great need for water – and not just for the skin. A person’s skin is made up of about 64% water, which is significant. But other parts of the body also require even more water, like the heat (73% water), the kidneys (79%) and the lungs (93%). Without a good amount of water, the body cannot function properly.

As everyone knows, water in the body has to be replenished. We lose water through various means, such as sweating and urinating. (Even intense pointed, as semen contains water, too.) Maintaining a proper level of hydration can be tricky, especially during the hot summer months when people tend to sweat much more.

When the skin lacks water, it gets much tighter and has less flexibility. It becomes dry and often flakes. This can happen to skin anywhere on the body, including the member. Some doctors think that dry male organ skin can cause tumescence to be somewhat painful, due to the tightness of the dry male organ skin theoretically constraining the male organ as it grows and hardens.

How to stay hydrated

For most people, the most important way to stay hydrated is simply to drink enough fluids every day. Water is generally the best choice, although people who are very active and sweat a lot may want to use sports drinks that are formulated to help replace some of the nutrients lost from sweat. Drinks with alcohol or caffeine are not recommended, as they actually can cause some dehydration.

How much water to drink varies from person to person. The general guide is 6-8 glasses a day, but some people may need more (or less), depending on how active they are, how much they sweat, etc. People can also get extra hydration help from eating foods naturally rich in water, such as watermelon, grapes, oranges, celery, etc.

Showering also helps to replenish moisture for dry skin (including dry male organ skin). However, it’s important that shower water is not too hot and that one doesn’t shower for too long a time. Hot water can actually dry out the skin by depleting it of essential oils which help retain moisture. And staying too long in the shower can likewise cause oils to drift away. Using soap is good, but if it is too harsh, it can dry out the skin – so go for a mild alternative.

Finally, one way to fight dry male organ skin and maintain proper hydration to the member is to daily apply a first class male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). To be most effective, it is essential that a man selects a quality crème that contains a combination of moisturizers, such as a high end emollient (shea butter is an excellent choice) and a natural hydrator (go for vitamin E if possible). These can combine to create a “moisture shield” that helps the male organ skin maintain more of its water. The best cremes will also include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that aids moisturization by fighting excess free radicals and the oxidative stress they can cause.

Women’s Preferred Male Organ Size: It’s Complicated

Nothing with women is cut-and-dryIed, right? And that’s a good thing, especially when it comes to women’s preferred male organ size. While there is a reported preference for the size of one’s sausage, it doesn’t necessarily relate to a man’s sensual prowess or a woman’s satisfaction. Read on to learn about a plethora of male organ size statistics and what the ideal member is, but also about what makes a man a good lover (Spoiler Alert: It’s not all about size).

Global Male organ Size

Could male organ sizes differ globally? The averages by country indicate it’s sometimes by a lot! The Congo sports skyscraper schlongs at a whopping 7.1 inches. Germany follows with 5.7 inches in the lederhosen. American rounds out at a nice solid five. After that, numbers trend down as the Philippines puts up 4.3 inches and North and South Korea average 3.8 inches. So, it ventures to guess that a women’s preferred male organ size can differ by region.

Women’s Preferred Male Organ Size: The Ideal Member

In 2015, the University of California and the University of New Mexico put out a report on women’s preferred male organ size in the US, focusing on the “ideal member.” The results of such are quite interesting. Women remarked on two different factors for the ideal member: the one they lived with everyday and the perfect male organ for one-night stands. For everyday use, women’s preferred male organ size was 6.3 inches in height with 4.8 inches around. For one-night hook-ups, they preferred something a little bigger. A 6.4-inch member is the member of choice for hi-and-goodbye encounters.

Women’s Preferred Male Organ Size: It’s All in How It’s Perceived

Researchers at UCLA and Cal State LA published a report about women’s satisfaction rate with their partner’s privates. Believe it or not, a staggering 84 percent were perfectly happy and satisfied with their man’s meat. Just 14 percent of women wouldn’t mind something a bit bigger to fool around with while two percent would prefer to handle smaller goods.

This study expanded it’s reach and instead of looking at rulers, it called a woman’s perspective into question. While two-thirds of women agreed with their partners about their members being “average,” women were more likely to call their man’s member large than they were to call it small. Remember, most women aren’t around a variety of male organs all day – the perspective can be quite different from a man’s. This makes the ideal member totally subjective and literally in the eyes of the beholder.

It’s More Than Just Size…It’s the Total Package

Size is not destiny. Women widely bemoan the big dick, actually. More than men know. Many women who come into contact with a really big D have common complaints, most specifically selfishness and not really knowing how to use it. The large member, sometimes, is so worshipped by society, men who have one have been known to be less attentive lovers. Again, this isn’t all men with larger appendages, but there’s a lot of anecdotal chatter from the ladies on this.

Can a male organ be too big? Yes, yes it can. That’s why women’s preferred size isn’t something like ten inches! Too much is sometimes too much. A really big male organ can be quite painful for some women during intimacy and be complicated to please with oral pleasure.

What can a man do if he isn’t packing 6.3 inches (or even if he is)? Be a great lover! Be attentive and in the moment. Give and receive pleasure generously. A man can also perfect his foreplay and oral skills to really impress a woman. Creativity and connection often mean more to women than how many ticks a man meets on a ruler.

Another way to be attractive to woman is to have a well-groomed member. Clean, fresh, and soft (until it’s hard at least), a well-cared for member is way more fun to handle and kiss. Thoroughly clean and rinse the member daily and use 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 sport the most smooth, supple member a woman has ever handled. Choose a crème that not only has natural ingredients like Shea butter, but also contains vitamins and nutrients which keep odors away and strengthen the member while boosting blood flow. That’s the ideal member for women.

Five Common Questions about Male Organ Health Creme Answered

So, what’s the deal with the crème craze? Today we have cremes for every part of the body but are they really necessary? If they are necessary, why and what kind of crème should be used when there are so many options? How about a crème for the Male Organ? Well, while the Male Organ can indeed lubricate itself, things like relations, exercise, body washes and detergents, and environmental factors can wreak havoc on delicate member skin stripping it of its natural moisture and even cause rashes and irritation. Male organ health crèmes can help restore balance to the skin as well as offering additional benefits. Based on internet research, here is a list of five questions men commonly have about male organ health creme and their answers.

#1: Is There Really a Difference between Normal Lotion and Male Organ Health Cremes?

Surprisingly, there is! Just like a person shouldn’t use the same lotion on their legs as they do their eyes, Male Organes are no different! The Male Organ is sheathed in thin, delicate skin which gives it its sensitivity. When it’s coated in too-thick lotions, overly aggressive lotions with acids (even fruit acids), or too much perfume or other additives and irritants, the skin can breakout, swell, or get a rash. Some lotions also have ingredients that end up drying out the member skin.

Male organ health crèmes use specific formulas to treat Male Organ-specific concerns and take the delicate member skin into account.

#2: What are the Benefits of Using Male Organ Health Creme?

Male organ health crèmes have helped men fend off infection, regain suppleness, and lock-in moisture which prevents itching and dry, peeling skin. Member crèmes, if they contain ingredients like vitamin C and L-Arginine, have also been shown to boost blood flow resulting in stronger firmness. If a male organ health crème contains vitamin A, it has been shown to not only keep skin bacteria-free but also blemish-free as well.

#3: Do Male organ health cremes Protect Against Partner Transmitted Infections (PTI’s)?

There are only two things that protect against PTI’s, abstinence and using condoms during relations. They also do not protect against pregnancy.

With regular use, they can protect against things like balanitis, acne, nerve damage, chafing, dry skin, peeling skin and more. It completely depends on the member crème and its formulation.

#4: Can a Male Organ Health Crème Help Restore Member Sensitivity?

As men age, they often find that they aren’t as sensitive as they once were. This also tends to happen to men who have been a little overaggressive with frequency of self-pleasure or relations, have rough relations, or apply a lot of compression, known as “death grip,” to their Male Organ.

A male organ health crème can help with this issue if it contains an amino acid called L-Carnitine. This nutrient helps protect against Male Organ problems like friction, compression, and peripheral nerve damage which can rob a Male Organ of its sensitivity.

#5: Which Male Organ Health Creme Should Men Use?

Economical and effective, this male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) has been a winner for tons of men. It includes all the nutrients needed for soothing, healing, and rejuvenating the member. It includes all the essential nutrients listed above in addition to vitamins B5 and D3 for healthy cellular function and maintaining healthy member tissue which is essential to strong, sustained hardness. It also contains Alpha Lipoic Acid to prevent premature aging and thinning of the member skin. Finally, an all-natural base of Shea butter with a kick of vitamin E provides a healthy, irritant-free experience which locks in moisture, keeping the member soft and supple.

Sore Male Organ After Intimacy? Here’s Why and How to Fix It

There can be such a thing as too much of a good thing. This can sometimes be the case when it comes to intimacy. A healthy and passionate sensual life doesn’t have to cause pain (and it probably shouldn’t) but there are a few reasons why a man may find he has a sore male organ after intimacy. Let’s talk about how a man could find himself in a sore member predicament and how to treat it.

How a Man Gets a Sore Male Organ After Intimacy

There are several ways a may can find himself with a sore male organ after intimacy. Here are a few common causes:

1) Too much intimacy during a short period of time. Space it out next time!

2) Use of lubricants that contained irritating ingredients. Pro tip: Flavored cremes and warming cremes are notorious for causing irritation and pain.

3) Not using a lubricant. Going too long in the zone and it got dry? Intimate with a partner who doesn’t get very wet? Use a good, water-based lubricant in the future to enhance the experience and avoid chafing.

4) Use of sensual aids. Some aids, like rings and pumps, can actually cause minor (and sometimes major) trauma to the male organ. This is a situation where a man should closely monitor the situation and see a doctor if concerned or pain persists. In the future, either avoid the aids or look for ways to incorporate them without injury.

How to Fix a Sore Male Organ After Intimacy

Hey there mister, fun has been had but now it’s time to get your little soldier out of the infirmary. Here’s a few tips on how to fix a sore male organ after intimacy:

1) Put Away the Toy – It’s so sore it probably doesn’t need saying, but it time to give the member a little vacation. Yep, that means all kinds of sensual attention from top to bottom. Benching the big guy serves two purposes: it gives him some time to recuperate and the time alone will also let him regain some sensitivity.

2) Cool Down – With a sore male organ after intimacy, it’s good to return the body temperature back to normal. DIY a cold compress using a soft washcloth. Simple soak it in cool water, wring it out, and lay over the naked male organ. Repeat as needed. Do not use ice packs as they are too cold and often, ouch, stick to manhood skin.

3) Get Some Quality Time with Mr. Bubble (figuratively) – After returning the male organ to its regular temp, consider a bath. A warm bath is a nice way to relax the muscle, release built-up tension, and calm the male organ. This allows the blood vessels in the male organ to just breathe and calm. Don’t make the water too hot – that can actually irritate the male organ and make things worse. Also, Mr. Bubble isn’t a good idea, plain warm water is best. Play some relaxing music and light a candle to set a calming mood. Stay in the bath no less than 20 minutes.

4) Hang Loose – This is the time to embrace one’s inner nudist and let it dangle. Air and no compression can really benefit a sore member because it puts no weight or pressure on the male organ. Be sure to be careful when sitting down and men who live with a partner should give them a head’s up that they aren’t doing their “Naked Man” pose as a sensual overture. At least not today.

5) Give a Little Healing Touch with a Male organ Creme – Carefully and gently massage the male organ with 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 encourage healing and calming. Nutrient-rich crèmes created specifically for the male organ should include an all-natural moisturizer, like Shea butter, as their base to provide an irritate-free, moisturizing experience. It’s also a good idea to use a crème with ingredients L-Carnitine to protect against nerve damage from excess friction involved in too much intimacy and helps to preserve sensitivity. Crèmes like this are clutch when treating a sore male organ after intimacy.

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Fishy-Smelling Male Organ

All members have odors. It’s natural and a normal function of the body to emit smells. However, a fishy-smelling male organ is not natural. Although a temporary fishy smell (perhaps after relations or a swim in a lake) may not be cause for worry, a persistent foul fragrance may be a sign of a deeper issue. Thankfully, not all causes of a smelly member are serious, and they are often easy to remedy. Read on to find out what causes a fishy-smelling male organ and how to fix it.

#1: Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Often thought to be just a post-playtime plague for the ladies, men too can get a UTI. When bacteria find themselves in the urinary tract, there is inflammation, a lot of discomfort, and often sour-smelling urine. In addition to the smell, men can also experience extreme pain and an increased urge to urinate, pink urine, and pain in the side or back. Most times, a round of oral antibiotics can clear it up.

#2: Yeast Infection

Another cause that is often thought to be female only is candida, or a yeast infection. This occurs when the male organ experiences an overgrowth of the Candida fungus and creates a moldy, fishy smell. Yeast infections are also marked by itching, white chunky discharge, burning, and redness. They can be transmitted to and from intimate partners or just be the result of a lack of hygiene. Treatment for candida is usually a medicine called Diflucan and can sometimes take more than one round of it.

#3: Smegma

It even sounds a little dirty. When most people think fishy male organ, they think smegma. Smegma is the buildup of moisture, oils, and skin cells around the shaft of the member for all men, and specifically under the foreskin in uncircumcised men. When it’s not dealt with, it congeals into a chunky, off-white paste that leads to a red-hot member (and not in the good way).

Smegma is caused by poor hygiene. Washing and keeping the male organ loose and airy is the best way to get rid of smegma. However, if the foreskin won’t retract or the inflammation and irritation don’t decrease, see a medical professional.

#4: Chlamydia

Chlamydia is a Partner-Transmitted Infection (PTI) that’s contracted by having any kind of intimate contact with someone who’s already infected. Besides a fishy-smelling male organ, symptoms can also include swelling of the privates, discharge, and a burning sensation when urinating. Treatment includes a doctor-prescribed antibiotic.

#5: Gonorrhea

Colloquially known as “The Clap,” gonorrhea is a PTI that can affect the reproductive organs, back, and mouth. It is transmitted partner to partner. In addition to a funky smell, other symptoms include fiery urination, soreness, itching, pain when pooping, and a rainbow of discharge that may include white, yellow, or even green. Head to the doctor immediately for diagnosis and treatment, which can include both a shot and oral medication.

8 Tips for Preventing a Fishy-Smelling Male Organ

There are several easy ways to prevent a smelly male organ. Incorporating them into a regular routine will guarantee a clean, fresh member.

1) Wash the member daily, and additionally after relations or physical activity, with warm water and a mild cleanser. Rinse thoroughly and pat or air dry, as rubbing can cause irritation.

2) When cleaning the male organ, be sure to get into every nook and cranny. If uncircumcised, be sure to pull back the foreskin and gently clean thoroughly to prevent smegma buildup.

3) Keep the pubic hair neatly trimmed. Long pubic hair can hold in funky smells from moisture, bacteria, and dirt.

4) Wear loose cotton underwear so the private area isn’t compressed and has room to breathe.

5) Always have an open dialogue with intimate partners about reproductive health. Do not have relations with a person suspected of having a PTI as evidenced by a rash, discharge, or other symptoms.

6) When having relations, use latex barriers and a water-based creme to prevent infection and bacteria.

7) Use 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 moisturized and fresh. Use a crème with vitamin A for its antibacterial properties. Also look for a crème with natural emollients like shea butter and vitamin E to seal in moisture, leaving skin hydrated and supple.

Sometimes Male Organ Bumps Signify HSV

If a guy takes a close look at his manhood, he may notice the presence of male organ bumps. Not all men have them, but male organ bumps are fairly common. Many times – as with Fordyce spots, little light raised bumps – they are completely benign. But other times they can be a sign that a male organ health issue may be present. For example, mid-section HSV is sometimes accompanied by the presence of male organ bumps.

About HSV

HSV in or around the male member in men (or the vulva in women) are known as midsection HSV and are caused by either HSV-1 (HSV simplex virus-1) or HSV-2 (HSV simplex virus-2). Midsection HSV is a common social disease; some 775,000 people in the United States acquire it every year.

This form of HSV is almost always transmitted through sensual contact. It may be spread from the midsection of an infected person coming in contact with those of a non-infected partner. Similarly, it can be passed on if a non-infected person performs oral sensual activity on the midsection of a person who is infected, or it could be obtained through fastidious sensual activity as well.

Symptoms

There are several symptoms that are classically associated with midsection HSV. The most common are the male organ bumps, which in this case usually take the form of blisters or lesions. These show up from 2 to 12 days after a person has become infected with the HSV virus. When these blisters appear, a person is said to have an “outbreak” of HSV. There usually is pain associated with the blisters. Sometimes there may also be fever, headaches, body aches, or swollen lymph nodes; these tend to be more pronounced during the first outbreak and less intense during subsequent outbreaks. Some people state that they can tell when a subsequent outbreak is coming because they experience pain in the midsection, posterior, or legs.

However, it is important to note that many people who become infected with HSV experience absolutely no symptoms. Unfortunately, that does NOT mean that they cannot pass the HSV virus on to someone else. And since they do not show any symptoms, it means they can do so with neither partner having any knowledge that the virus is being transmitted.

There can be complications associated with HSV. For example, a woman who is pregnant may pass HSV on to the child during childbirth, and this can lead to a potentially deadly infection in the child. HSV can also be especially problematic for a person with HIV.

Prevention

The most effective way to avoid HSV is to be in a monogamous relationship in which both partners tested negative for HSV. However, this situation is not easily available for all people. Using latex protection when coupling helps significantly, but it is not foolproof, especially if the virus is present on areas not covered by the latex protection. Individuals who know they have HSV should avoid sensual activity when an outbreak is present or if they suspect one is imminent.

HSV cannot be cured, but it can be managed. Suppressive medications can help to reduce the number and/or severity of recurrent outbreaks.

Fortunately, most male organ bumps are not caused by HSV – and many are helped by maintaining proper male organ health. This is made easier by the 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). Men should seek out crèmes that can maintain appropriate manhood skin care, such as those that contain not only a natural hydrator (vitamin E is one) but also a high-end emollient (such as shea butter). In addition, male organ skin can be strengthened if the crème contains a potent antioxidant, such as alpha lipoic acid, which can fight off oxidative stress by attacking excess free radicals.

Male Organ Odor from Hyperthyroidism

Whew! If unleashing his member from its trouser cave produces an overpowering male organ odor, a guy has a male organ health issue that needs attention. Persistent and overwhelming male organ odor is one of the biggest turn-offs for a partner or potential partner – and besides, it’s just plain embarrassing. If male organ odor is a problem, a man needs to take action – and his first step is to determine the cause. There can be any number of culprits, but one that is often ignored is the possibility of hyperthyroidism.

Often, male organ odor comes about because a dude just isn’t practicing his best manhood hygiene. The member and sacks sweat a lot, and frequent showering or bathing is needed to keep the odor-causing bacteria released by sweat from becoming a problem. But when a man has hyperthyroidism, even daily washing may not be enough to keep male organ odor at bay.

Hyperthyroidism

So just what is hyperthyroidism? As the name implies, it involves the thyroid gland. For those whose high school anatomy lessons are a dim memory, the thyroid gland is an organ in the front of the neck. Though small in size, it plays an important role, as it determines when and how to release the hormones that the body needs to control its metabolism, heart rate, breathing, body temperature, weight and a lot of other functions.

When the thyroid is functioning properly, it increases the chances that the whole body is functioning in harmony. But if the thyroid malfunctions, it can impact a wide range of functions. Sometimes the thyroid gland produces too much of two hormones, triiodothyronine and thyroxine (commonly called T3 and T4). When this happens, a condition known as hyperthyroidism results.

When a person has hyperthyroidism, the hormones that control many bodily functions are out of a balance. As a result, their heart rate may quicken or become irregular, they may lose weight (even though they may experience an increase in appetite), and they may become nervous or anxious. Sleeping can be difficult and irregular, and they may experience muscle soreness and fatigue. Additionally, they often will begin to sweat excessively, even when they are not doing anything especially taxing physically.

Sweat connection

It’s the excess sweating, as one might suspect, that contributes to the potential male organ odor problem. Sweat released in the mid-section (and in the armpits) tends to have a stronger and more distinctive odor – so if the mid-section starts sweating more, male organ odor is likely to increase.

A guy can tend to this short term by washing the manhood and sacks even more frequently, but often this is not enough. Besides, for his overall health, it’s important that hyperthyroidism be treated.

Diagnosing hyperthyroidism can take some time, as its symptoms may resemble those of other conditions. However, when diagnosed, the doctor can then take steps to treat it. Such steps include first determining the reason for the overproduction of hormones and then selecting treatment to attack the cause. Typical forms of treatment include shrinking the thyroid gland via radioactive iodine; medications like methimazole and propylithiouracil; beta blockers; and, in some cases, surgery on the thyroid gland.

Whether caused by hyperthyroidism or from more everyday causes, it pays to treat male organ odor quickly, and treatment should include the daily use of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) . When dealing with male organ odor, it’s necessary to do one’s best to reduce the impact of bacteria, so a crème with vitamin A is necessary. Vitamin A possesses anti-bacterial properties that can be an important part of reducing odor. In addition, the crème should include a potent antioxidant to help protect the delicate member skin. Alpha lipoic acid is an excellent antioxidant which fights the excess free radicals that can otherwise cause oxidative damage to member skin.

Male Organ Rash Can Come from Sensual Toys

From male organ rings to male organ substitutes, sensual toys are more and more commonly found in bedrooms of consenting adults. And while sensual toys are more historically associated with females, the fact is that more and more males are growing comfortable with incorporating toy play into their sensual lives – often with great results. In general, sensual toys don’t come with male organ health concerns, but there are some instances where a male organ health issue may inadvertently arise. For example, sometimes using sensual toys might result in a male organ rash showing up unexpectedly.

Sensual toys

People have been using sensual toys for generations. Ancient Greece and Egypt, for example, include references to objects which would be recognized today as male organ substitutes. People have used manhood-shaped food, such as zucchinis, as “natural” male organ substitutes, and carved-out melons have been used by enterprising men as female organ substitutes for eons.

But today, sensual toys generally refer to objects manufactured specifically for use in sensual situations, whether solo or partner-based, generally to enhance pleasure. (For some, that pleasure is enhanced through infliction of some degrees of pain, but the ultimate goal is pleasurable, however an individual may define it.)

Male organ rash

In general, a male organ rash (like most skin rashes) occurs because the manhood skin has come into contact with some sort of allergic factor. Theoretically, the make-up of any individual could be such that he or she could be allergic to just about anything. However, the objects we will be discussing are those which are somewhat more likely than others to bring about a male organ rash reaction. It’s important to note, of course, that just because some people may be allergic to something doesn’t mean everyone is.

With that in mind, here are some sensual toys which in some instances could produce a male organ rash in some men:

- Metal male organ rings or sacks stretchers. Male organ rings are intended to tightly encircle the member (or member and sacks) in such a way that blood is encouraged to fill the manhood, thereby enhancing a man’s tumescence. Sacks stretchers are worn tightly around the top of the sacks so that the sacks stretch out; sometimes weights are used to increase the stretching. Rings and stretchers can be made of several different materials, including metal – and in some instances, that can be problematic. A surprising number of people are allergic to nickel, and it can cause a rash in areas in which it comes into contact. Many metal products include nickel in their mixture – so a male organ rash occurring after wearing a metal ring or stretchers may be due to the presence of nickel.

- Female substitute substitutes. Female substitute substitutes come in all different forms, but they are generally a hollowed out tube of some sort which has been lined with a soft material. A tumescent member thrusts in and out of the tube, usually resulting in seed release. If the toy is thoroughly cleaned after each use, there is little risk of a rash – but if not, a male organ rash is quite likely. The risk increases if a man does not clean it thoroughly after another man has used it. (Sharing sensual toys is risky, and most should be sterilized before being shared.)

- Latex barrier. Not a sensual toy, but some men do have an allergy to latex – meaning that they must use non-latex latex barriers in order to be safe from both STIs and from a potential male organ rash!

A male organ rash from sensual toys may respond to use of a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Rashes often need extra moisturization, so using a crème with both a high end emollient (such as shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E) is best. In addition, the selected crème should include alpha lipoic acid. A potent antioxidant, alpha lipoic acid protects the skin from the ravages caused by excess free radicals.

Delayed Emission: Handling This Male Organ Function Issue

Mention early on emission in a group of guys and someone is almost bound to jokingly claim that he has just the opposite male organ health problem. In fact, delayed emission (sometimes called retarded emission or prolonged emission or impaired emission) can be a very legitimate male organ function problem – and one that can be frustrating both to those who suffer from it and their sensual partners.

What it is

Just as early on emission involves a man who releases much earlier than he would like, delayed emission keeps a man from releasing. Although there is no one clear definition, it is generally accepted that if a man wishes to release but requires more than 30 minutes to achieve that goal, he is said to be experiencing delayed emission. (It’s important to note that the man in question desires to release. A man who engages in sensual activity for longer than 30 minutes but then releases when he is ready is controlling his emission, and so his situation would not be considered delayed emission.) In some cases, a man may “give up” before he reaches emission at all.

It’s not unusual for a man to experience an occasional episode of delayed emission; it is only when the situation is consistent or persistent that it is considered a male organ function issue.

Causes

What causes delayed emission? There can be many causes. For example, sometimes it may be psychological and comes about due to depression, anxiety about performance, unexpressed emotions, etc. Some medications, such as certain antidepressants, blood pressure tablets, anti-seizure treatments, or alcohol, might cause delayed emission in some men. There can also be physical issues, such as pelvic injury, thyroid or male hormone decrease, urinary tract infections, or nerve damage. In some cases, rough handling of the manhood may result in diminished sensation, which can be a factor.

Treatment

Treating delayed emission depends on pinpointing the cause or causes which have brought it about. If the underlying cause is psychological, seeking help from a mental health professional is advised. If medications are responsible, consulting with a doctor about possible alternatives can be helpful.

When the cause is physical, the specific physical cause will determine treatment. For example, low thyroid or male hormone levels may require hormone treatment. Medicine can help banish a urinary tract infection. And there are some medications which have been used to help fight delayed emission.

In some cases, it may be suggested that a man explore stimulating other erogenous zones., for example, the nipples can provide sensual stimulation. Prostate massage often results in enhanced emission for many men.

Sometimes a man is asked to try to “retrain” his member. If he typically self-pleasures in one certain way or on one certain area of the manhood, he may be encouraged to switch things up: use his left hand instead of his right, apply different levels of pressure, concentrate on the shaft instead of the head (or vice versa). This can often help a man to experience emission on a more typical schedule.

Men whose male organ function is impaired by delayed emission are well advised to incorporate a first class male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) into their daily male member care regimen. A healthy manhood is more likely to respond to proper stimulation. Choosing a crème with L-carnitine can be especially valuable. L-carnitine is an amino acid with neuroprotective properties that helps protect the member from loss of sensation. The crème should ideally also include L-arginine. Another amino acid, L-arginine helps boost nitric oxide production; this in turn enables male organ blood vessels to more fully expand when extra blood is needed for the tumescence process.

Strengthening the Tumescent Male Organ Throughout the Day

It will come as no surprise to read that a tumescent male organ is typically a vital component of sensual activity. Although a couple can have forms of sensual activity (such as oral sensual activity) in which a partner may be sensually satisfied without a tumescent male organ, in most cases that tumescence is desired – by its owner, if not by his partner. Good male organ health routines help to make a tumescent male organ more likely, so gentlemen may wish to consider the following strategies which can be performed throughout the day to keep the male organ healthy and more prone to tumescence.

- Start the day right. Men are familiar with “morning wood,” that is waking up with a tumescent male organ. Sometimes, it is an insistently hard tumescence, but in other cases it may be somewhat softer. In the latter case, try to spend a few minutes stroking the manhood into a harder tumescence. (If there’s time, feel free to self-pleasure to release.) Some doctors believe that taking advantage of a semi-tumescence and bringing about a full hardness helps strengthen the member.

- Have a cup of Joe. Some scientists believe that there are tumescence benefits to caffeine, as it may help manhood arteries to expand so that more blood can flow into the member, thereby strengthening its tumescence. So enjoy that cup of coffee with the knowledge that your member may thank you for it.

- Plan your daily diet. Eating right is important for the entire body, and general physical health translates into better male organ health as well. A diet which sees to an individual’s needs through healthy food choices is best. Some scientists also believe that specific flavonoid-rich foods, including apples, pears, berries and oranges, keep the arteries in better shape for blood flow.

- Incorporate meditation breaks. Stress is a huge problem for many men, leading to serious issues including high blood pressure and strokes. Stress is also a killjoy when it comes to a tumescent male organ. Men who experience stress – which often occurs during the workday – should find a way to incorporate 2 or 3 breaks of 5 or 10 minutes each into their day for meditation, which is shown to relieve stress. If finding a way to engage in actual meditation is difficult, try to take a nice walk outside in the sunshine or do a few exercises to release tension.

- Visit the gym. Keeping the heart healthy keeps the male organ healthy, so getting an appropriate amount of exercise is crucial. Stopping by the gym on the way home from work and getting in some cardio exercises will keep those male organ blood vessels happier and better prepared when a rush of blood is needed. Exercise helps produce nitric oxide, which is useful in artery and vessel expansion.

- Kick butts. If a guy smokes, stopping can be one of the most significant things he can do to improve not just his male organ health but his overall health. Nicotine causes blood vessels to constrict, which is exactly the opposite of what a tumescent male organ wants and needs. Quitting smoking can be difficult, but men who do smoke should take the first step on that road today.

- Brush well. Brushing regularly – at the beginning and end of the day at least – should be part of any dental hygiene routine – as well as of a male organ health routine. Why? Plaque caused by gum disease creates inflammation which damages blood vessel cells, even those as far from the mouth as the manhood. So brush well to keep the manhood well.

Taking steps like these throughout the day can help strengthen the tumescent male organ by improving male organ health. That same health also benefits from the daily 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). Choose a crème with L-arginine, an ingredient which is known to help boost nitric oxide production – which as mentioned earlier is a boon in keeping manhood blood vessels open and expanded. In addition, find a crème with alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant which protects member skin from oxidative stress.

Smart Hydration Saves Dry Male Organ Skin

When the pants come off, a guy wants to present the most handsome manhood possible to his adoring public or potential partner – or whoever happens to be around. Even in non-sensual situations, like the locker room, a guy doesn’t want another dude to glance at his equipment and think, “Gross, what is wrong with his junk?” But when a man is cursed with dry male organ skin, that’s the reaction many may have- especially if that dryness results in flaky or otherwise unhealthy-looking skin. Maintaining good male organ health helps avoid dry male organ skin, and so does taking steps to achieve proper levels of hydration.

Why hydration is important

The body has a great need for water – and not just for the skin. A person’s skin is made up of about 64% water, which is significant. But other parts of the body also require even more water, like the heat (73% water), the kidneys (79%) and the lungs (93%). Without a good amount of water, the body cannot function properly.

As everyone knows, water in the body has to be replenished. We lose water through various means, such as sweating and urinating. (Even intense pointed, as semen contains water, too.) Maintaining a proper level of hydration can be tricky, especially during the hot summer months when people tend to sweat much more.

When the skin lacks water, it gets much tighter and has less flexibility. It becomes dry and often flakes. This can happen to skin anywhere on the body, including the member. Some doctors think that dry male organ skin can cause tumescence to be somewhat painful, due to the tightness of the dry male organ skin theoretically constraining the male organ as it grows and hardens.

How to stay hydrated

For most people, the most important way to stay hydrated is simply to drink enough fluids every day. Water is generally the best choice, although people who are very active and sweat a lot may want to use sports drinks that are formulated to help replace some of the nutrients lost from sweat. Drinks with alcohol or caffeine are not recommended, as they actually can cause some dehydration.

How much water to drink varies from person to person. The general guide is 6-8 glasses a day, but some people may need more (or less), depending on how active they are, how much they sweat, etc. People can also get extra hydration help from eating foods naturally rich in water, such as watermelon, grapes, oranges, celery, etc.

Showering also helps to replenish moisture for dry skin (including dry male organ skin). However, it’s important that shower water is not too hot and that one doesn’t shower for too long a time. Hot water can actually dry out the skin by depleting it of essential oils which help retain moisture. And staying too long in the shower can likewise cause oils to drift away. Using soap is good, but if it is too harsh, it can dry out the skin – so go for a mild alternative.

Finally, one way to fight dry male organ skin and maintain proper hydration to the member is to daily apply a first class male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). To be most effective, it is essential that a man selects a quality crème that contains a combination of moisturizers, such as a high end emollient (shea butter is an excellent choice) and a natural hydrator (go for vitamin E if possible). These can combine to create a “moisture shield” that helps the male organ skin maintain more of its water. The best cremes will also include alpha lipoic acid, a potent antioxidant that aids moisturization by fighting excess free radicals and the oxidative stress they can cause.

Women’s Preferred Male Organ Size: It’s Complicated

Nothing with women is cut-and-dryIed, right? And that’s a good thing, especially when it comes to women’s preferred male organ size. While there is a reported preference for the size of one’s sausage, it doesn’t necessarily relate to a man’s sensual prowess or a woman’s satisfaction. Read on to learn about a plethora of male organ size statistics and what the ideal member is, but also about what makes a man a good lover (Spoiler Alert: It’s not all about size).

Global Male organ Size

Could male organ sizes differ globally? The averages by country indicate it’s sometimes by a lot! The Congo sports skyscraper schlongs at a whopping 7.1 inches. Germany follows with 5.7 inches in the lederhosen. American rounds out at a nice solid five. After that, numbers trend down as the Philippines puts up 4.3 inches and North and South Korea average 3.8 inches. So, it ventures to guess that a women’s preferred male organ size can differ by region.

Women’s Preferred Male Organ Size: The Ideal Member

In 2015, the University of California and the University of New Mexico put out a report on women’s preferred male organ size in the US, focusing on the “ideal member.” The results of such are quite interesting. Women remarked on two different factors for the ideal member: the one they lived with everyday and the perfect male organ for one-night stands. For everyday use, women’s preferred male organ size was 6.3 inches in height with 4.8 inches around. For one-night hook-ups, they preferred something a little bigger. A 6.4-inch member is the member of choice for hi-and-goodbye encounters.

Women’s Preferred Male Organ Size: It’s All in How It’s Perceived

Researchers at UCLA and Cal State LA published a report about women’s satisfaction rate with their partner’s privates. Believe it or not, a staggering 84 percent were perfectly happy and satisfied with their man’s meat. Just 14 percent of women wouldn’t mind something a bit bigger to fool around with while two percent would prefer to handle smaller goods.

This study expanded it’s reach and instead of looking at rulers, it called a woman’s perspective into question. While two-thirds of women agreed with their partners about their members being “average,” women were more likely to call their man’s member large than they were to call it small. Remember, most women aren’t around a variety of male organs all day – the perspective can be quite different from a man’s. This makes the ideal member totally subjective and literally in the eyes of the beholder.

It’s More Than Just Size…It’s the Total Package

Size is not destiny. Women widely bemoan the big dick, actually. More than men know. Many women who come into contact with a really big D have common complaints, most specifically selfishness and not really knowing how to use it. The large member, sometimes, is so worshipped by society, men who have one have been known to be less attentive lovers. Again, this isn’t all men with larger appendages, but there’s a lot of anecdotal chatter from the ladies on this.

Can a male organ be too big? Yes, yes it can. That’s why women’s preferred size isn’t something like ten inches! Too much is sometimes too much. A really big male organ can be quite painful for some women during intimacy and be complicated to please with oral pleasure.

What can a man do if he isn’t packing 6.3 inches (or even if he is)? Be a great lover! Be attentive and in the moment. Give and receive pleasure generously. A man can also perfect his foreplay and oral skills to really impress a woman. Creativity and connection often mean more to women than how many ticks a man meets on a ruler.

Another way to be attractive to woman is to have a well-groomed member. Clean, fresh, and soft (until it’s hard at least), a well-cared for member is way more fun to handle and kiss. Thoroughly clean and rinse the member daily and use 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 sport the most smooth, supple member a woman has ever handled. Choose a crème that not only has natural ingredients like Shea butter, but also contains vitamins and nutrients which keep odors away and strengthen the member while boosting blood flow. That’s the ideal member for women.

Five Common Questions about Male Organ Health Creme Answered

So, what’s the deal with the crème craze? Today we have cremes for every part of the body but are they really necessary? If they are necessary, why and what kind of crème should be used when there are so many options? How about a crème for the Male Organ? Well, while the Male Organ can indeed lubricate itself, things like relations, exercise, body washes and detergents, and environmental factors can wreak havoc on delicate member skin stripping it of its natural moisture and even cause rashes and irritation. Male organ health crèmes can help restore balance to the skin as well as offering additional benefits. Based on internet research, here is a list of five questions men commonly have about male organ health creme and their answers.

#1: Is There Really a Difference between Normal Lotion and Male Organ Health Cremes?

Surprisingly, there is! Just like a person shouldn’t use the same lotion on their legs as they do their eyes, Male Organes are no different! The Male Organ is sheathed in thin, delicate skin which gives it its sensitivity. When it’s coated in too-thick lotions, overly aggressive lotions with acids (even fruit acids), or too much perfume or other additives and irritants, the skin can breakout, swell, or get a rash. Some lotions also have ingredients that end up drying out the member skin.

Male organ health crèmes use specific formulas to treat Male Organ-specific concerns and take the delicate member skin into account.

#2: What are the Benefits of Using Male Organ Health Creme?

Male organ health crèmes have helped men fend off infection, regain suppleness, and lock-in moisture which prevents itching and dry, peeling skin. Member crèmes, if they contain ingredients like vitamin C and L-Arginine, have also been shown to boost blood flow resulting in stronger firmness. If a male organ health crème contains vitamin A, it has been shown to not only keep skin bacteria-free but also blemish-free as well.

#3: Do Male organ health cremes Protect Against Partner Transmitted Infections (PTI’s)?

There are only two things that protect against PTI’s, abstinence and using condoms during relations. They also do not protect against pregnancy.

With regular use, they can protect against things like balanitis, acne, nerve damage, chafing, dry skin, peeling skin and more. It completely depends on the member crème and its formulation.

#4: Can a Male Organ Health Crème Help Restore Member Sensitivity?

As men age, they often find that they aren’t as sensitive as they once were. This also tends to happen to men who have been a little overaggressive with frequency of self-pleasure or relations, have rough relations, or apply a lot of compression, known as “death grip,” to their Male Organ.

A male organ health crème can help with this issue if it contains an amino acid called L-Carnitine. This nutrient helps protect against Male Organ problems like friction, compression, and peripheral nerve damage which can rob a Male Organ of its sensitivity.

#5: Which Male Organ Health Creme Should Men Use?

Economical and effective, this male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) has been a winner for tons of men. It includes all the nutrients needed for soothing, healing, and rejuvenating the member. It includes all the essential nutrients listed above in addition to vitamins B5 and D3 for healthy cellular function and maintaining healthy member tissue which is essential to strong, sustained hardness. It also contains Alpha Lipoic Acid to prevent premature aging and thinning of the member skin. Finally, an all-natural base of Shea butter with a kick of vitamin E provides a healthy, irritant-free experience which locks in moisture, keeping the member soft and supple.

Sore Male Organ After Intimacy? Here’s Why and How to Fix It

There can be such a thing as too much of a good thing. This can sometimes be the case when it comes to intimacy. A healthy and passionate sensual life doesn’t have to cause pain (and it probably shouldn’t) but there are a few reasons why a man may find he has a sore male organ after intimacy. Let’s talk about how a man could find himself in a sore member predicament and how to treat it.

How a Man Gets a Sore Male Organ After Intimacy

There are several ways a may can find himself with a sore male organ after intimacy. Here are a few common causes:

1) Too much intimacy during a short period of time. Space it out next time!

2) Use of lubricants that contained irritating ingredients. Pro tip: Flavored cremes and warming cremes are notorious for causing irritation and pain.

3) Not using a lubricant. Going too long in the zone and it got dry? Intimate with a partner who doesn’t get very wet? Use a good, water-based lubricant in the future to enhance the experience and avoid chafing.

4) Use of sensual aids. Some aids, like rings and pumps, can actually cause minor (and sometimes major) trauma to the male organ. This is a situation where a man should closely monitor the situation and see a doctor if concerned or pain persists. In the future, either avoid the aids or look for ways to incorporate them without injury.

How to Fix a Sore Male Organ After Intimacy

Hey there mister, fun has been had but now it’s time to get your little soldier out of the infirmary. Here’s a few tips on how to fix a sore male organ after intimacy:

1) Put Away the Toy – It’s so sore it probably doesn’t need saying, but it time to give the member a little vacation. Yep, that means all kinds of sensual attention from top to bottom. Benching the big guy serves two purposes: it gives him some time to recuperate and the time alone will also let him regain some sensitivity.

2) Cool Down – With a sore male organ after intimacy, it’s good to return the body temperature back to normal. DIY a cold compress using a soft washcloth. Simple soak it in cool water, wring it out, and lay over the naked male organ. Repeat as needed. Do not use ice packs as they are too cold and often, ouch, stick to manhood skin.

3) Get Some Quality Time with Mr. Bubble (figuratively) – After returning the male organ to its regular temp, consider a bath. A warm bath is a nice way to relax the muscle, release built-up tension, and calm the male organ. This allows the blood vessels in the male organ to just breathe and calm. Don’t make the water too hot – that can actually irritate the male organ and make things worse. Also, Mr. Bubble isn’t a good idea, plain warm water is best. Play some relaxing music and light a candle to set a calming mood. Stay in the bath no less than 20 minutes.

4) Hang Loose – This is the time to embrace one’s inner nudist and let it dangle. Air and no compression can really benefit a sore member because it puts no weight or pressure on the male organ. Be sure to be careful when sitting down and men who live with a partner should give them a head’s up that they aren’t doing their “Naked Man” pose as a sensual overture. At least not today.

5) Give a Little Healing Touch with a Male organ Creme – Carefully and gently massage the male organ with 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 encourage healing and calming. Nutrient-rich crèmes created specifically for the male organ should include an all-natural moisturizer, like Shea butter, as their base to provide an irritate-free, moisturizing experience. It’s also a good idea to use a crème with ingredients L-Carnitine to protect against nerve damage from excess friction involved in too much intimacy and helps to preserve sensitivity. Crèmes like this are clutch when treating a sore male organ after intimacy.

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