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Small Manhood 101: How to Please a Partner

There’s a great deal of emphasis placed on member size. Although many already know that member size doesn’t play an outsized role in a partner’s sensual satisfaction, men tend to believe that if they do not possess a big tool, then they just aren’t up to the job. The fact is that a man with a small manhood has to learn how to work with what he’s got in order to give his partner what he or she needs.

Using the Small Manhood to Great Advantage

Proper male organ care, no matter the member size, can help ensure that a guy is ready and raring to go. But there are some other points to ponder, too. Take a look:

1) Get on board with pre-play. It doesn’t matter what member size a man has. What he does with it matters. But in addition, a man should never forget he also has hands and a tongue that can work wonders for a partner, when employed correctly and generously. Warming up a partner can help ensure satisfaction for everyone, especially if a guy takes his time and ensures that the object of his affection is turned on enough to beg for what comes next. Taking the time to understand what a partner wants can go a long way.

2) Never rush into it. Remember that there is another organ to focus on, and that’s the brain. Before getting to the body, make a point of getting into a partner’s head. Talking to them about what they like in bed is a great start. Whispering into a partner’s ear, complimenting them, using words to get them feeling hot, and always keeping the lines of communication open - even as the pre-play begins - can be a great way to get someone revved up before the clothes come off.

3) Kiss and touch. And this isn’t just about the hidden bits. A simple kiss that lasts for a very long time, a caress along the shoulder or the knee, a touch that brings goosebumps and a giggle - those are the kind of things that a partner will remember long after the encounter is over. So get those hands busy and let that mouth do more than talk!

4) Speaking of mouths… Oral pleasure is a must for a man who has a small manhood. Giving pleasure to someone without using the male organ can make for intense fun long before anything else happens. Don’t hesitate to ask a partner what he or she prefers, and let them guide throughout the fun. Learn through reading about it, watching adult videos, experiencing it, and practicing like crazy on a willing and eager partner.

5) Assume the position. Some positions work much better for men of a small manhood size. For instance, missionary is usually not the best for deeper strokes, but doggie style certainly can be. Other positions that work might include a partner on her back, legs bent at the knees and held up, or a woman-on-top position.

No matter what the solution to giving a partner pleasure even with a small manhood, men should always take care to project the healthiest male organ possible. Men of all member sizes should reach for a top-notch male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A man should look for shea butter and vitamin E to promote softness and supple skin, as well as L-arginine for keeping blood vessels healthy and vitamin D for helping cells function at their best. They should also look for vitamin A, which is known for improving cell turnover and helping the skin look bright and handsome.

In Defense of a Small Male Organ

No offense intended to men with a really big member, but such guys are outliers. Yes, in adult films and fiction, they get the lion’s share of attention, such that audiences are led to believe that if the mere sight of a guy’s manhood doesn’t reduce his partner to convulsions then there’s something wrong with it. Of course, the fact is that most men have an average-sized member, not a monster, and that as long as that member is in good health, it usually satisfies its partner equally as well as one of its much larger brethren. And on the other end of the spectrum, one finds the much-maligned small male organ - and it’s time someone came to the defense of the small male organ group.

What is a small male organ?

It helps if one can define just what a small male organ is, of course, and here there can be a bit of trouble. There are really 2 definitions for a small male organ, a subjective one and an objective one.

The subjective definition could go something along these lines: A small male organ is any male member which, in the eyes of its beholder (whether that beholder is the owner of said member or an observer of said member), is not as large as they wish it to be. Under this definition, a manhood that is 9 inches long could conceivably be considered a small male organ, if someone held truly unreasonable and unrealistic expectations.

Much more useful is the objective definition. Approximately 90 percent of men have a tumescent member that is between 4 and 6 inches in length, so a small male organ is generally considered one that measures less than 4 inches when tumescent. (That covers approximately 5 percent of all men.)

The defense

The small male organ gets slammed constantly in pop culture, and rather unfairly. Although there can be disadvantages, especially to a truly tiny tool, there’s a lot to be said in defense of a small male organ and its owner.

- Good for oral sensual activity. Sure, viewers of adult videos like to see an especially big member being serviced orally, but in real life most women prefer something of a humbler size. A more modest manhood doesn’t cause choking and gagging, allowing the person consuming it to spend more time on it - and to do so with more pleasure rather than anxiety.

- More surprises. A partner who believes that only big manhoods deliver the goods is likely to be surprised at how much pleasure can be derived from a small male organ.

- More caring. And that’s often because a man with a small male organ feels that he needs to work harder to provide pleasure for his partner. He therefore may be more caring and attentive to his partner’s needs, indulging in longer and/or more creative foreplay, for example, and paying attention to a variety of sensual zones rather than concentrating solely on the female organ.

- Less embarrassment. Although a guy with a big member may like to show off his equipment, they are prone to having very obvious boners at inopportune times. Guys with a small male organ know that if they pop one during a business presentation, it won’t be as noticeable.

- Adventurous. Although this is by no means universal, many men with a small male organ tend to be more willing to try new things in bed - positions, toys, et cetera - in order to find ways that their size can be used advantageously in bed.

Although some guys with a small male organ may feel they need no defense, they (like all men) do need to regularly apply a first-rate male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best oil will contain both L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is helpful at keeping manhood blood vessels receptive to increased flow, due to its role in boosting nitric oxide production. As for the latter, it has neuroprotective benefits that can help maintain an appropriate degree of member sensitivity.

Psoriasis and Male Organ Care: What Men Must Know

Having an itchy male organ can be quite annoying. Having eczema, a condition that keeps the skin very dry, can be even worse. But having psoriasis can be even worse than that. Psoriasis affects every person differently, and for some it appears in patches on the arms or legs. But for some very unlucky men, it can appear in patches on the male organ and surrounding area. In addition to the treatments or medications prescribed by a doctor, good manhood care can help alleviate the itching that is associated with even the mildest cases of psoriasis.

Understanding Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a common skin disorder that affects millions of people. Psoriasis seems to be associated with an immune system problem, but doctors don’t know for sure. What they do know for sure is what the symptoms look like: the skin cells overproduce themselves, which means they create a buildup on the skin. It can look like thick scales, or red patches that itch all the time.

Psoriasis can appear on any part of the body, including the male organ. A man might employ excellent male organ care yet still notice the redness and the itching. Although there are numerous medications and treatments that can help, such as corticosteroids, a man should also look to natural remedies to help in the meantime.

Natural Manhood Care for Psoriasis

When psoriasis becomes an issue, a man will do anything to get rid of that awful itch. There are some ways to help alleviate the problem at home while waiting for other treatments to kick in. Try these and see what happens:

1) Oats and buttermilk. An oatmeal bath is a great cure for itching. A man can either soak in a bath in which he has added both ingredients, or he can use them as a compress. To do this, simply lay out a fresh, dry towel. Put a cup or so of oats along a line on the center of the towel. Roll the towel up so that the oats are held inside, and dip that in buttermilk. Place the compress on the area and keep it there for 15 minutes at a time.

2) Epsom salt baths. Epsom salt is well known as a great treatment for many conditions, and it can help with psoriasis. Make sure the bath is warm, not hot. Pour in the recommended amount of salts as listed on the package, and then sit down and soak for a while. Add to the advantages by using a high-quality member health oil right after patting dry with a towel.

3) Reach for spices and teas. Some homeopathic remedies might help the situation. Make a point of eating more turmeric, which has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Drink a tea made of juniper to help reduce toxins. A tea made with sarsaparilla root can do the same thing. Before using these in excess, however, talk to the doctor about how they might interact with medications that are already prescribed for psoriasis.

4) Get some sun. If a man has some privacy, perhaps on a balcony or backyard, exposing the male organ to sunlight for a 10-minute interval might be a good idea. Work up to that 10-minute goal with a few minutes at a time, as the male organ is quite sensitive and can sunburn very quickly. Psoriasis does tend to diminish when exposed to sunlight, but keep in mind that only small amounts are necessary; this is not a situation where more is better.

5) Use an excellent male organ health oil. Using a male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven mild and safe for skin) as part of a typical daily regimen of manhood care can help soothe the skin and encourage softness. A man should reach for an oil that contains shea butter and vitamin E for a one-two punch of hydration, as well as something that contains alpha lipoic acid, which can help battle the aging process.

Male Organ Protection: Know Your Enemies

It’s natural to put money in the bank, perhaps jewels in a safe deposit box; these are normal ways to protect valuable assets. But a man can’t remove his manhood, one of his very most valuable personal assets, and put it away somewhere. No, he has to practice good male organ protection in a more direct, hands-on way. Of course, maintaining male organ health is one of the biggest male organ protection strategies, and to do that properly, it pays to know some of the enemies from which one is protecting the member.

And in the world of male organ protection, many of the enemies belong to that group known as social diseases. Here are some of the more common ones from which to protect the precious member.

- Gonorrhea. One of the most common social diseases, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports an estimated 1.14 million new cases of gonorrhea per year. In men, gonorrhea can cause infertility and serious infection. As with many social diseases, many people experience no symptoms and so do not know that they have gonorrhea until complications set in. Among the symptoms that CAN (but do not always) occur are pain when urinating, pus at the tip of the manhood, soreness and swelling in the sacks, posterior itching and/or bleeding, swollen lymph nodes in the throat, eye soreness, and joint pain.

- Syphilis. This bacterial infection is another common social disease - one that is usually cured through the use of penicillin, fortunately, but that needs to be caught early to improve the chances of a cure. Syphilis can cause significant damage to the brain, the heart, and other organs and can in some cases lead to death. Symptoms vary but usually begin with a sore where the infection entered the body - the mouth, the posterior, the midsection area.

- Chlamydia. According to the CDC, chlamydia is the most commonly reported social disease in the United States. It is one that often goes undetected because it may not produce symptoms. When symptoms are present, they can include pain when urinating, a discharge of pus from the member, and pain in the sacks. There may also be pain or a discharge in the posterior if a man was infected through posterior sensual activity. In some cases, complications may include infection of the sacks and/or prostate gland, as well as development of a form of arthritis known as Reiter’s syndrome.

- HIV. The human immunodeficiency virus can lead to developing AIDS, a potentially life-threatening condition that seriously affects one’s immune system. Common symptoms, usually appearing 2 to 4 weeks after infection, include those often associated with the flu, such as fever, aches, headaches, joint pains, sore throat, and swollen glands.

With most social diseases, the best way for a sensually active man to avoid infection is through the use of latex protection. While they cannot provide 100 percent protection, they do cut down significantly on the risk of getting many social diseases. People who are at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS should consult with a doctor about PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis), which, when used properly, can significantly decrease the risk of HIV. Also crucial for a sensually active person is to be tested on a regular basis; many sensual health professionals recommend testing every 3 months so that the chances of detecting a social disease in its early stages is greatly increased.

Knowing one’s enemies helps with male organ protection, as does maintaining regular male organ health. This is aided by regular use of an excellent male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Find an oil that includes a wide range of vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D, and E. Then be sure that the oil also includes alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that strengthens manhood skin by fighting unwanted free radicals.

Gym Rats, Beware of Jock Itch

One really needs to tip one’s hat to gym rats, those incredibly dedicated guys who spend hours at the gym to hone and perfect their physiques while so many of us opt instead to sit on the couch and exercise by lifting and pressing on the TV remote or the computer mouse. While some gym enthusiasts may go overboard, their attention to physical health - and, one assumes, male organ health as well - is admirable. So for all those who make the gym their second home - as well as for those who are less steady in their gym visits - the following tips and information concerning jock itch should help keep midsections healthier.

An itch by any other name

Jock itch is medically known as tinea cruris, and it’s a close relative to the also-familiar athlete’s foot (tinea pedis). Like athlete’s foot, jock itch is a fungal infection, meaning that the culprit that starts it all is a fungus.

For those whose memory of high school science is failing them, a fungus is one of a group of organisms that range from itty bitty guys like mold and yeast to bigger lifeforms, such as mushrooms. Many fungi occur naturally in small amounts on the human body with no problem. But when they overproduce, they can become an infection, and that’s what happens with jock itch. Too much fungus grows, creating a very itchy rash that is usually circular in shape, red, and sometimes raised and crusty. Jock itch can appear on the member, the sacks, the buttocks, the thighs, or anywhere in the general midsection area.

The fungus that results in jock itch, like all fungi, loves moist, dark spaces. This is the ideal environment in which to grow. And the midsection is a moist, dark place - usually made even moister from sweat accumulated during a gym workout.

Prevention

Jock itch is by no means a serious male organ health issue - but man, can it ever be an annoying one! Often, the itch associated with the condition can be intense, and it can be embarrassing to be caught scratching away at one’s equipment. Besides, if one scratches too hard and/or too frequently, the rash can become infected, and that’s not good. So keeping jock itch away, and treating it if it strikes, is essential.

The fungus is spread through contact, frequently skin to skin but also from surfaces or fabrics to bare skin. The gym is fertile ground for the fungus to grow. The workout floor is filled with hot, sweaty bodies, and the locker room, showers, and saunas tend to be warm and moist - and filled with unclothed men. So the potential for spreading jock itch (or athlete’s foot) is obvious. Follow these simple rules to reduce the risk of acquiring jock itch.

- Wipe down equipment before using. Because (hopefully) people are clothed on the gym floor, there is less chance of spreading the fungus, but it can seep out from sweaty shorts, so wipe down equipment regularly.

- Be selfish. Sharing is usually good, but there’s a limit. Never wear another guy’s socks, underwear, or jock, and if borrowing gym shorts, be sure they are clean. Always use fresh, clean towels rather than borrowing one your buddy has been using.

- Use protection. In this case, that means don’t sit bare-assed on the locker room bench or sauna; put a towel down instead. Wear flip-flops or similar footwear in the shower or steam room rather than going barefoot. (If a guy has athlete’s foot, it may spread - by the fungus touching underwear as it is being put on, for example - and become jock itch. So footwear helps a guy avoid athlete’s foot and subsequent possible jock itch.)

Gym aficionados want to avoid more than jock itch, of course, and a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) helps keep the male organ healthy. Look for an oil with moisturizers like shea butter and vitamin E, which can help soothe the itch associated with the fungus. And it should also contain vitamin D3, which has proven benefits in fighting diseases and supporting healthy cellular function.

Lasting Longer May Lead to Better Sensual Activity

No man wants to be known as being "quick on the trigger" while in bed, so lasting longer during coupling is a big goal for many men. While this is not exactly a male organ health issue in the way that, say, male organ odor may be, it still can be a significant concern. For those for whom "better sensual activity" means "lasting longer after penetrating," the following may be of some help.

It’s natural - sort of

So, the fact of the matter is that it seems that men tend to reach sensual satisfaction before their mates is somewhat natural. Studies have shown that, on average, a man will release seed some 6 or so minutes after he first penetrates the female organ. By contrast, the typical woman requires about 13 minutes - and very often she requires more than just penetration to achieve her sensual satisfaction.

So how can a guy last longer and achieve better sensual activity if Nature has stacked the odds against him? It’s a challenge, but he can try the following:

- Use the creme. Many couples are hesitant to use anything other than the body’s own natural lubricants when having sensual activity; it often seems a matter of pride to some. But when additional lubricant is used on a bare member, it can help cut down on friction - not enough to keep the member from deriving tons of pleasure, but enough to perhaps help slightly lengthen the amount of time between penetration and seed release.

- Suit up. Using latex protection - even in a totally monogamous relationship - can also be a way to perhaps last longer. The thin layer of latex again decreases the friction a bit, making it more likely that a guy can withstand for a little longer the need to release seed. It’s even better if a couple selects latex protection that has special features - such as being ribbed - to more readily stimulate the woman and possibly cut down on the length of time she needs to reach sensual satisfaction. Some couples may want to take it a step further and explore using a male organ sleeve - a hollow manhood-shaped tube that slips over the manhood. This adds a little girth (and sometimes length) to the member, which some women find pleasurable. It may also be ribbed or ridged to create extra stimulation.

- Extend the foreplay. Perhaps the most important road to better sensual activity in this circumstance involves taking plenty of time to "warm up’ the female partner. Rather than rushing toward penetration, the couple should allow the man to take things slowly and leisurely with foreplay - plenty of kissing and cuddling, manually massaging the female organ and breasts, and performing oral sensual activity, as well as concentrating on any specific other sensual zones that the woman likes to have attended to.

- Interrupt as needed. Another option is to simply have the male withdraw from the female organ if he feels he is getting near the time of releasing seed and to continue servicing his partner manually or orally. Once he has "cooled off" a bit, he can then reinsert the manhood. This can happen several times during one session if need be.

- Change positions. Different positions can be more stimulating or less stimulating for a man or for a woman, so experiment and find out which one slows things down for the man and/or speeds things up for the woman.

Lasting longer for better sensual activity is a bit easier if there are no male organ health issues to worry about, so men should regularly apply a top-drawer male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Be sure that any oil selected contains L-arginine, an amino acid that helps boost nitric oxide production, thereby better enabling male organ blood vessels to accommodate increased blood flow. The oil should also include vitamin C, which is also necessary for proper blood flow, thereby better maintaining tumescence function.

A Bent Male Organ Can Impact Sensual Life

"Wow!" That’s the ideal response when a man presents his tumescent member to a partner for the first time, along with such options as "Yes!" and "Nice!" A man can be a bit hesitant about his member if it falls short of perceived standards of beauty and desirability, and that can often be the case for a man with a significantly bent male organ. Often a severely bent male organ signifies a special male organ health issue, and for many men it can have psychological ramifications and may impact their sensual life and their relationships.

Peyronie’s disease

Don’t get the wrong idea: it is not at all unusual for a tumescent manhood to have some curvature to it, listing a little to the left or right or bending slightly up or down. But with Peyronie’s disease, the bent male organ is curved so much as to create difficulties and often is accompanied by pain as well.

Named after the doctor who first described it in the medical world, Peyronie’s disease is estimated to affect approximately 9 percent of men, although the exact figure is difficult to ascertain. Most often, the bent male organ in this situation is caused by some form of trauma to the member. It may be one big trauma, such as being punched in the manhood, or it may result from repeated small traumas, such as rough handling during sensual activity.

When the trauma occurs, the manhood needs to heal. And as it does, it covers the damaged area with a thin layer of scar tissue, which is thicker and less flexible than regular male organ tissue. If the scar tissue is thick enough, it can impact the ability of the manhood to stretch and grow during the tumescence phase. When this happens, the side that is affected reaches a certain point and doesn’t grow more, causing the member to curve in that direction.

Sensual life

This can sometimes cause pain whenever the member becomes tumescent, and it can be so bent that penetrative sensual activity becomes difficult or impossible. This clearly has an impact on a man’s sensual life. In addition, there is a higher incidence of tumescence dysfunction and loss of sensual drive associated with Peyronie’s disease. There may be physical reasons for this association, but it is also likely that both of these issues come from psychological reactions to having a severely bent male organ. A man may feel so self-conscious or worried about or ashamed of his bent male organ that his psychological concerns lead to less confidence and less interest in sensual activity.

This may in turn lead to a man being less inclined to seek out sensual relationships, or it may cause him to become withdrawn or withholding in those relationships in which he is already involved. As a result, he may feel more isolated, which can exacerbate the negative feelings he is already experiencing.

Men with Peyronie’s disease should consult with a doctor to discuss possible treatment options to alleviate the problem. If the bent male organ situation is having a negative impact on their sensual life, and especially if the problem seems more psychological and emotional than purely physical, then they should consider consulting a mental health professional. This will enable a man to learn what steps he can take to better meet the emotional challenges associated with Peyronie’s disease as well as how he can better manage relationship issues.

A bent male organ can create enough issues for a man’s sensual life, so he doesn’t need any additional male organ health matters to worry about. Daily use of a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help better maintain general male organ health. It’s ideal to select an oil with a wide range of important vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D, and E. In addition, the oil should include alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that strengthens delicate manhood skin by fighting oxidative stress.

Self-pleasuring 101: Is It Necessary to Wash Your Hands Before and After You Self-pleasure?

Washing one’s hands seems like a big part of everyday life. We wash after going to the bathroom, after eating, after doing anything messy, and even after sneezing (or if we think someone else we shook hands with did). However, are men washing their hands before and after they self-pleasure? Maybe not, if they’re being honest. Look on any men’s forum boards on Reddit or other popular sites and you may find that men don’t see the point in doing it beforehand, and some even think "just wiping them off" on a towel or some other inanimate (one hopes) object is good enough. Well, guys, it’s not, and here’s why.

Why Wash Before Self-pleasuring?

Let’s first agree that your male organ is a special thing, yes? You want to keep it safe and happy. With that in mind, take in this next information. At any particular given time, the human hand contains, on average, 3200 bacteria, plus fecal particles. Yes, fecal particles. Okay, digest that for a minute.

So, while washing your hands isn’t considered mandatory, you may want to make it part of your pre-game. It reduces your risk of getting infections like balanitis, which is a very itchy, ugly, uncomfortable infection on the head of your member. It’s even worse if a man is uncircumcised because skin folds can trap things like dirt, bacteria, dead skin cells, and oils. This can lead to something else that’s quite unpleasant, smegma, sometimes known by the very nose-offending term, male organ-cheese.

If you want to protect your family jewels, take a minute to wash your hands before a wank. Consider it part of a respectful ritual that keeps your male organ health high and your risk of infection low.

Why Wash After Self-pleasuring?

First of all, just ewwww. Seriously, would you want to shake hands with a guy who just shook his male organ…to completion? Didn’t think so. But aside from the gross factor, let’s talk about personal and public health issues.

Wiping it on a towel doesn’t cut it. Remnants of seed, creme, and other not-so-fun things are still meandering around invisibly on your hands. These are things that can transfer to other parts of your own body. For instance, when you are self-pleasuring, you are very near your bum, and may even stimulate it or your perineum. Well, now there is microscopic fecal matter on your hand. A little while after self-pleasuring, you rub your eye. Later that night, you have pink eye. The fecal matter found its way into your eye and caused an infection. It could have been prevented had you washed your hands post-playtime.

Skipping the soap and water after jacking it can also then pass all sorts of things onto other people. In addition to doing the above to others (giving them infections via fecal matter), there are other more serious things at work here. Here’s the thing, there are 27 known viruses in your seed. They can be sensually transmitted directly into the bloodstream. Ebola, HIV, Zika, and others live in the seed, and when you don’t wash the seed away after a happy explosion, you put others at risk.

Long story short, don’t be a public nuisance, wash your hands after you stroke your salami.

The Proper Member Prep and Post-intimacy Protocol

Taking proper care of Mr. Happy isn’t complicated, especially when "taking care of Mr. Happy" (nudge-nudge, wink-wink). It’s pretty simple: before self-pleasuring, wash your hands well with an antibacterial soap. Most experts say the process should last the length of time it takes a person to sing the Happy Birthday song. Rinse your hands well and towel dry. If you do add lotion at this time, make sure it is free of any unnatural or harsh ingredients that could irritate your member. Now go ahead and get to strokin’.

And….BOOM! The magic has happened, the confetti has been thrown. Now it’s time to clean up. It’s easiest to just jump into the shower and, using warm water and a mild, all-natural cleanser, thoroughly wash the member, being mindful of every fold and wrinkle. Next, rinse well to ensure that no soap is left on the member. Once done, pat or air dry. As a final step, apply a specially formulated male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven mild and safe for skin). It not only uses shea butter and vitamin E to keep the skin soft and supple, but it also has L-carnitine, an amino acid known to prevent against peripheral nerve damage, which can sometimes result from too frequent or too intense chicken choking. It’s a critical part of a male organ health regimen that’ll keep your member strong and active into your twilight years.

Omorashi Increases Male Organ Rash Risk

It’s absolutely true that the range of sensual experiences a person may explore is wide indeed and that there are many sensual obsessions that may seem odd or unusual to many people but are fervently desired by some others. Some sensual obsessions, such as those for feet and/or shoes, are widely known, but others are less so. For example, most people are probably not familiar with omorashi, which is a sensual obsession in which a person enjoys "wetting" themselves, that is, a person enjoys urinating in their pants and/or underwear. While not passing judgment on this activity, it should be noted that for a man, it does have the potential to create a male organ health issue, such as a male organ rash.

Omorashi

The term omorashi comes from Japan, but the practice is by no means limited to that country; a quick internet search reveals that there are adherents around the world, both male and female. It belongs to the category of sensual obsessions commonly known as "watersports," which involve urine in some way.

In most instances, someone who practices omorashi is concerned with both the buildup to the release of urine and the release itself. For example, many practitioners enjoy drinking large amounts of liquids (water, coffee, soda, juice, etc) so that they obtain a very full bladder. They then attempt to refrain from releasing the urine from the bladder for as long as they can, finding a sensual thrill from the discomfort that this causes them. They also find the ultimate release of the urine itself to be sensually stimulating.

Although there can be many variations, usually a practitioner enjoys one of two kinds of omorashi: a form in which the release of urine is very markedly visible and one in which the urinator wears diapers or another form of absorbable underwear, which collects and holds the urine. For many people interested in the former kind, they often prefer the urination to be "public" in some way - either literally so, in a public place with strangers able to observe them, or in an enclosed place with a pre-selected witness or witnesses or via uploading videos of the activity to the internet. Usually those who opt for a diaper approach also wish to have it acknowledged in some way, either through confession to another person or via videos delivered online.

Male organ rash

Naturally, a male practitioner of omorashi leaves himself open to the possibility of developing a male organ rash, basically a form of the diaper rash he may have experienced as a baby. And the rash will not necessarily be limited to the member, possibly appearing on the sacks, the buttocks, and the general midsection area as well.

Diaper rash appears as a patchwork of bright red skin. It comes about because of the ammonia that occurs as urine breaks down, and also due to possible bacteria in the urine; the delicate manhood skin may also react to some other waste products present in urine. Because the urine is being kept warm and moist, especially if an actual diaper is involved, the risk of a rash developing can be increased.. As the rash develops, the skin becomes increasingly tender, and it will be more easily exacerbated by fabric rubbing against it.

Men who develop a male organ rash from omorashi should remove their wet clothing as quickly as possible and wash and dry the area thoroughly. Over-the-counter diaper rash ointments are usually sufficient to treat the rash, although if it persists, a doctor visit may be required for a stronger treatment.

Male organ rash from omorashi activities requires a man to regularly utilize a top-notch male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). To repair damaged skin, the oil needs to contain a combination of moisturizing agents, such as shea butter and vitamin E. In addition, member skin is strengthened if the oil contains a potent antioxidant like alpha lipoic acid to help limit damage from free radicals.

Protecting Male Organ Health: Can a Concussion Cause Member Dysfunction?

There’s been a lot of talk around concussions these days, especially around professional, college, and high school sports. But what about everyday guys who happen to find themselves with one? Can a hit in the noggin conk out your intimate life? As it turns out, it just might. Researchers at Harvard took a look at the connection that multiple studies had pointed out over the years and went to work to see if concussions really could affect male organ health. It turns out, they can.

What is a concussion?

A concussion is defined as a brain injury that is caused by a blow to the head or a violent shaking of the body. People can lose consciousness, but that is not required to be classified as having a concussion. Other symptoms include headache, loss of balance, memory loss, dizziness, sleepiness, confusion, lack of coordination, and excessive fatigue. There is no cure for a concussion. Only rest and the restriction of activities can allow the brain to recover.

What is member dysfunction?

Member dysfunction, also known as ED, is a male organ health condition in which a man is unable to summon a hard-on or maintain one for the duration of intimacy to completion 25 or more percent of the time. While more common in men over 40, with risk rising steadily for a man in his 60s and higher, young men can also suffer from ED. Member dysfunction is caused by a wide variety of things spanning many physical and psychological issues. Treatment is possible, and oftentimes, very successful in reversing the disease.

How are the two linked?

Researchers at Harvard Medical School conducted a new study that surveyed more than 3400 former NFL players. They were "tipped off" to a possible correlation between ED and concussions by older studies, such as those done on boxers and military men, which showed that repeated head trauma leads to hormone dysfunction, which eventually leads to member dysfunction. However, these studies were quite small, so the Harvard researchers knew they had to find a large, reliable test group to see if correlation did indeed imply causation.

The researchers did find that football players who did experience concussive symptoms after a head trauma were more likely to have low androgen or member dysfunction. They believe the trauma causes something called "post-traumative hypopituitarism" (say that fast 5 times). Basically, the pituitary gland, the major hormone controller, sits in a very vulnerable spot in the brain. When the head is hit, the blood vessels and neuronal connections around the pituitary gland get bruised and injured, so they bring less blood to the pituitary gland, which in turn, doesn’t send the signal to make androgen, and without the ’rone, there is no bone(r).

But these are former NFL players, not average everyday guys who don’t bang into other big dudes for a living. Surely this can’t affect John Q. Public down the lane.

Sorry, but yeah, it does. Studies have found that just one bad concussion, the kind that lands you in the hospital, can cause your male organ health to take a major hit. And to make matters more dire, the more concussions he has, the more likely his male organ health will worsen and the more likely his sausage will stay shrunk.

Maintain Male Organ Health With These Tips

In addition to keeping your head and body safe, there are other ways to improve and maintain optimal male organ health. Always practice safe intimacy. Eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and never miss an annual exam. Also, get plenty of sleep so you get the 3 to 4 nighttime hard-ons that promote male organ health and function. Also, keep your member clean by washing thoroughly with a mild cleanser, being sure to get all the folds and wrinkles, and rinsing well.

Don’t forget to finish off this good grooming regimen with a specially formulated male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). Choose an oil that includes a variety of vitamins and nutrients that promote male organ health and ingredients like L-arginine and vitamin C to boost blood flow for strong hard-ons, and who doesn’t want those?

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Small Manhood 101: How to Please a Partner

There’s a great deal of emphasis placed on member size. Although many already know that member size doesn’t play an outsized role in a partner’s sensual satisfaction, men tend to believe that if they do not possess a big tool, then they just aren’t up to the job. The fact is that a man with a small manhood has to learn how to work with what he’s got in order to give his partner what he or she needs.

Using the Small Manhood to Great Advantage

Proper male organ care, no matter the member size, can help ensure that a guy is ready and raring to go. But there are some other points to ponder, too. Take a look:

1) Get on board with pre-play. It doesn’t matter what member size a man has. What he does with it matters. But in addition, a man should never forget he also has hands and a tongue that can work wonders for a partner, when employed correctly and generously. Warming up a partner can help ensure satisfaction for everyone, especially if a guy takes his time and ensures that the object of his affection is turned on enough to beg for what comes next. Taking the time to understand what a partner wants can go a long way.

2) Never rush into it. Remember that there is another organ to focus on, and that’s the brain. Before getting to the body, make a point of getting into a partner’s head. Talking to them about what they like in bed is a great start. Whispering into a partner’s ear, complimenting them, using words to get them feeling hot, and always keeping the lines of communication open - even as the pre-play begins - can be a great way to get someone revved up before the clothes come off.

3) Kiss and touch. And this isn’t just about the hidden bits. A simple kiss that lasts for a very long time, a caress along the shoulder or the knee, a touch that brings goosebumps and a giggle - those are the kind of things that a partner will remember long after the encounter is over. So get those hands busy and let that mouth do more than talk!

4) Speaking of mouths… Oral pleasure is a must for a man who has a small manhood. Giving pleasure to someone without using the male organ can make for intense fun long before anything else happens. Don’t hesitate to ask a partner what he or she prefers, and let them guide throughout the fun. Learn through reading about it, watching adult videos, experiencing it, and practicing like crazy on a willing and eager partner.

5) Assume the position. Some positions work much better for men of a small manhood size. For instance, missionary is usually not the best for deeper strokes, but doggie style certainly can be. Other positions that work might include a partner on her back, legs bent at the knees and held up, or a woman-on-top position.

No matter what the solution to giving a partner pleasure even with a small manhood, men should always take care to project the healthiest male organ possible. Men of all member sizes should reach for a top-notch male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A man should look for shea butter and vitamin E to promote softness and supple skin, as well as L-arginine for keeping blood vessels healthy and vitamin D for helping cells function at their best. They should also look for vitamin A, which is known for improving cell turnover and helping the skin look bright and handsome.

In Defense of a Small Male Organ

No offense intended to men with a really big member, but such guys are outliers. Yes, in adult films and fiction, they get the lion’s share of attention, such that audiences are led to believe that if the mere sight of a guy’s manhood doesn’t reduce his partner to convulsions then there’s something wrong with it. Of course, the fact is that most men have an average-sized member, not a monster, and that as long as that member is in good health, it usually satisfies its partner equally as well as one of its much larger brethren. And on the other end of the spectrum, one finds the much-maligned small male organ - and it’s time someone came to the defense of the small male organ group.

What is a small male organ?

It helps if one can define just what a small male organ is, of course, and here there can be a bit of trouble. There are really 2 definitions for a small male organ, a subjective one and an objective one.

The subjective definition could go something along these lines: A small male organ is any male member which, in the eyes of its beholder (whether that beholder is the owner of said member or an observer of said member), is not as large as they wish it to be. Under this definition, a manhood that is 9 inches long could conceivably be considered a small male organ, if someone held truly unreasonable and unrealistic expectations.

Much more useful is the objective definition. Approximately 90 percent of men have a tumescent member that is between 4 and 6 inches in length, so a small male organ is generally considered one that measures less than 4 inches when tumescent. (That covers approximately 5 percent of all men.)

The defense

The small male organ gets slammed constantly in pop culture, and rather unfairly. Although there can be disadvantages, especially to a truly tiny tool, there’s a lot to be said in defense of a small male organ and its owner.

- Good for oral sensual activity. Sure, viewers of adult videos like to see an especially big member being serviced orally, but in real life most women prefer something of a humbler size. A more modest manhood doesn’t cause choking and gagging, allowing the person consuming it to spend more time on it - and to do so with more pleasure rather than anxiety.

- More surprises. A partner who believes that only big manhoods deliver the goods is likely to be surprised at how much pleasure can be derived from a small male organ.

- More caring. And that’s often because a man with a small male organ feels that he needs to work harder to provide pleasure for his partner. He therefore may be more caring and attentive to his partner’s needs, indulging in longer and/or more creative foreplay, for example, and paying attention to a variety of sensual zones rather than concentrating solely on the female organ.

- Less embarrassment. Although a guy with a big member may like to show off his equipment, they are prone to having very obvious boners at inopportune times. Guys with a small male organ know that if they pop one during a business presentation, it won’t be as noticeable.

- Adventurous. Although this is by no means universal, many men with a small male organ tend to be more willing to try new things in bed - positions, toys, et cetera - in order to find ways that their size can be used advantageously in bed.

Although some guys with a small male organ may feel they need no defense, they (like all men) do need to regularly apply a first-rate male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The best oil will contain both L-arginine and L-carnitine. The former is helpful at keeping manhood blood vessels receptive to increased flow, due to its role in boosting nitric oxide production. As for the latter, it has neuroprotective benefits that can help maintain an appropriate degree of member sensitivity.

Psoriasis and Male Organ Care: What Men Must Know

Having an itchy male organ can be quite annoying. Having eczema, a condition that keeps the skin very dry, can be even worse. But having psoriasis can be even worse than that. Psoriasis affects every person differently, and for some it appears in patches on the arms or legs. But for some very unlucky men, it can appear in patches on the male organ and surrounding area. In addition to the treatments or medications prescribed by a doctor, good manhood care can help alleviate the itching that is associated with even the mildest cases of psoriasis.

Understanding Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a common skin disorder that affects millions of people. Psoriasis seems to be associated with an immune system problem, but doctors don’t know for sure. What they do know for sure is what the symptoms look like: the skin cells overproduce themselves, which means they create a buildup on the skin. It can look like thick scales, or red patches that itch all the time.

Psoriasis can appear on any part of the body, including the male organ. A man might employ excellent male organ care yet still notice the redness and the itching. Although there are numerous medications and treatments that can help, such as corticosteroids, a man should also look to natural remedies to help in the meantime.

Natural Manhood Care for Psoriasis

When psoriasis becomes an issue, a man will do anything to get rid of that awful itch. There are some ways to help alleviate the problem at home while waiting for other treatments to kick in. Try these and see what happens:

1) Oats and buttermilk. An oatmeal bath is a great cure for itching. A man can either soak in a bath in which he has added both ingredients, or he can use them as a compress. To do this, simply lay out a fresh, dry towel. Put a cup or so of oats along a line on the center of the towel. Roll the towel up so that the oats are held inside, and dip that in buttermilk. Place the compress on the area and keep it there for 15 minutes at a time.

2) Epsom salt baths. Epsom salt is well known as a great treatment for many conditions, and it can help with psoriasis. Make sure the bath is warm, not hot. Pour in the recommended amount of salts as listed on the package, and then sit down and soak for a while. Add to the advantages by using a high-quality member health oil right after patting dry with a towel.

3) Reach for spices and teas. Some homeopathic remedies might help the situation. Make a point of eating more turmeric, which has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Drink a tea made of juniper to help reduce toxins. A tea made with sarsaparilla root can do the same thing. Before using these in excess, however, talk to the doctor about how they might interact with medications that are already prescribed for psoriasis.

4) Get some sun. If a man has some privacy, perhaps on a balcony or backyard, exposing the male organ to sunlight for a 10-minute interval might be a good idea. Work up to that 10-minute goal with a few minutes at a time, as the male organ is quite sensitive and can sunburn very quickly. Psoriasis does tend to diminish when exposed to sunlight, but keep in mind that only small amounts are necessary; this is not a situation where more is better.

5) Use an excellent male organ health oil. Using a male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven mild and safe for skin) as part of a typical daily regimen of manhood care can help soothe the skin and encourage softness. A man should reach for an oil that contains shea butter and vitamin E for a one-two punch of hydration, as well as something that contains alpha lipoic acid, which can help battle the aging process.

Male Organ Protection: Know Your Enemies

It’s natural to put money in the bank, perhaps jewels in a safe deposit box; these are normal ways to protect valuable assets. But a man can’t remove his manhood, one of his very most valuable personal assets, and put it away somewhere. No, he has to practice good male organ protection in a more direct, hands-on way. Of course, maintaining male organ health is one of the biggest male organ protection strategies, and to do that properly, it pays to know some of the enemies from which one is protecting the member.

And in the world of male organ protection, many of the enemies belong to that group known as social diseases. Here are some of the more common ones from which to protect the precious member.

- Gonorrhea. One of the most common social diseases, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports an estimated 1.14 million new cases of gonorrhea per year. In men, gonorrhea can cause infertility and serious infection. As with many social diseases, many people experience no symptoms and so do not know that they have gonorrhea until complications set in. Among the symptoms that CAN (but do not always) occur are pain when urinating, pus at the tip of the manhood, soreness and swelling in the sacks, posterior itching and/or bleeding, swollen lymph nodes in the throat, eye soreness, and joint pain.

- Syphilis. This bacterial infection is another common social disease - one that is usually cured through the use of penicillin, fortunately, but that needs to be caught early to improve the chances of a cure. Syphilis can cause significant damage to the brain, the heart, and other organs and can in some cases lead to death. Symptoms vary but usually begin with a sore where the infection entered the body - the mouth, the posterior, the midsection area.

- Chlamydia. According to the CDC, chlamydia is the most commonly reported social disease in the United States. It is one that often goes undetected because it may not produce symptoms. When symptoms are present, they can include pain when urinating, a discharge of pus from the member, and pain in the sacks. There may also be pain or a discharge in the posterior if a man was infected through posterior sensual activity. In some cases, complications may include infection of the sacks and/or prostate gland, as well as development of a form of arthritis known as Reiter’s syndrome.

- HIV. The human immunodeficiency virus can lead to developing AIDS, a potentially life-threatening condition that seriously affects one’s immune system. Common symptoms, usually appearing 2 to 4 weeks after infection, include those often associated with the flu, such as fever, aches, headaches, joint pains, sore throat, and swollen glands.

With most social diseases, the best way for a sensually active man to avoid infection is through the use of latex protection. While they cannot provide 100 percent protection, they do cut down significantly on the risk of getting many social diseases. People who are at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS should consult with a doctor about PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis), which, when used properly, can significantly decrease the risk of HIV. Also crucial for a sensually active person is to be tested on a regular basis; many sensual health professionals recommend testing every 3 months so that the chances of detecting a social disease in its early stages is greatly increased.

Knowing one’s enemies helps with male organ protection, as does maintaining regular male organ health. This is aided by regular use of an excellent male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Find an oil that includes a wide range of vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D, and E. Then be sure that the oil also includes alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that strengthens manhood skin by fighting unwanted free radicals.

Gym Rats, Beware of Jock Itch

One really needs to tip one’s hat to gym rats, those incredibly dedicated guys who spend hours at the gym to hone and perfect their physiques while so many of us opt instead to sit on the couch and exercise by lifting and pressing on the TV remote or the computer mouse. While some gym enthusiasts may go overboard, their attention to physical health - and, one assumes, male organ health as well - is admirable. So for all those who make the gym their second home - as well as for those who are less steady in their gym visits - the following tips and information concerning jock itch should help keep midsections healthier.

An itch by any other name

Jock itch is medically known as tinea cruris, and it’s a close relative to the also-familiar athlete’s foot (tinea pedis). Like athlete’s foot, jock itch is a fungal infection, meaning that the culprit that starts it all is a fungus.

For those whose memory of high school science is failing them, a fungus is one of a group of organisms that range from itty bitty guys like mold and yeast to bigger lifeforms, such as mushrooms. Many fungi occur naturally in small amounts on the human body with no problem. But when they overproduce, they can become an infection, and that’s what happens with jock itch. Too much fungus grows, creating a very itchy rash that is usually circular in shape, red, and sometimes raised and crusty. Jock itch can appear on the member, the sacks, the buttocks, the thighs, or anywhere in the general midsection area.

The fungus that results in jock itch, like all fungi, loves moist, dark spaces. This is the ideal environment in which to grow. And the midsection is a moist, dark place - usually made even moister from sweat accumulated during a gym workout.

Prevention

Jock itch is by no means a serious male organ health issue - but man, can it ever be an annoying one! Often, the itch associated with the condition can be intense, and it can be embarrassing to be caught scratching away at one’s equipment. Besides, if one scratches too hard and/or too frequently, the rash can become infected, and that’s not good. So keeping jock itch away, and treating it if it strikes, is essential.

The fungus is spread through contact, frequently skin to skin but also from surfaces or fabrics to bare skin. The gym is fertile ground for the fungus to grow. The workout floor is filled with hot, sweaty bodies, and the locker room, showers, and saunas tend to be warm and moist - and filled with unclothed men. So the potential for spreading jock itch (or athlete’s foot) is obvious. Follow these simple rules to reduce the risk of acquiring jock itch.

- Wipe down equipment before using. Because (hopefully) people are clothed on the gym floor, there is less chance of spreading the fungus, but it can seep out from sweaty shorts, so wipe down equipment regularly.

- Be selfish. Sharing is usually good, but there’s a limit. Never wear another guy’s socks, underwear, or jock, and if borrowing gym shorts, be sure they are clean. Always use fresh, clean towels rather than borrowing one your buddy has been using.

- Use protection. In this case, that means don’t sit bare-assed on the locker room bench or sauna; put a towel down instead. Wear flip-flops or similar footwear in the shower or steam room rather than going barefoot. (If a guy has athlete’s foot, it may spread - by the fungus touching underwear as it is being put on, for example - and become jock itch. So footwear helps a guy avoid athlete’s foot and subsequent possible jock itch.)

Gym aficionados want to avoid more than jock itch, of course, and a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) helps keep the male organ healthy. Look for an oil with moisturizers like shea butter and vitamin E, which can help soothe the itch associated with the fungus. And it should also contain vitamin D3, which has proven benefits in fighting diseases and supporting healthy cellular function.

Lasting Longer May Lead to Better Sensual Activity

No man wants to be known as being "quick on the trigger" while in bed, so lasting longer during coupling is a big goal for many men. While this is not exactly a male organ health issue in the way that, say, male organ odor may be, it still can be a significant concern. For those for whom "better sensual activity" means "lasting longer after penetrating," the following may be of some help.

It’s natural - sort of

So, the fact of the matter is that it seems that men tend to reach sensual satisfaction before their mates is somewhat natural. Studies have shown that, on average, a man will release seed some 6 or so minutes after he first penetrates the female organ. By contrast, the typical woman requires about 13 minutes - and very often she requires more than just penetration to achieve her sensual satisfaction.

So how can a guy last longer and achieve better sensual activity if Nature has stacked the odds against him? It’s a challenge, but he can try the following:

- Use the creme. Many couples are hesitant to use anything other than the body’s own natural lubricants when having sensual activity; it often seems a matter of pride to some. But when additional lubricant is used on a bare member, it can help cut down on friction - not enough to keep the member from deriving tons of pleasure, but enough to perhaps help slightly lengthen the amount of time between penetration and seed release.

- Suit up. Using latex protection - even in a totally monogamous relationship - can also be a way to perhaps last longer. The thin layer of latex again decreases the friction a bit, making it more likely that a guy can withstand for a little longer the need to release seed. It’s even better if a couple selects latex protection that has special features - such as being ribbed - to more readily stimulate the woman and possibly cut down on the length of time she needs to reach sensual satisfaction. Some couples may want to take it a step further and explore using a male organ sleeve - a hollow manhood-shaped tube that slips over the manhood. This adds a little girth (and sometimes length) to the member, which some women find pleasurable. It may also be ribbed or ridged to create extra stimulation.

- Extend the foreplay. Perhaps the most important road to better sensual activity in this circumstance involves taking plenty of time to "warm up’ the female partner. Rather than rushing toward penetration, the couple should allow the man to take things slowly and leisurely with foreplay - plenty of kissing and cuddling, manually massaging the female organ and breasts, and performing oral sensual activity, as well as concentrating on any specific other sensual zones that the woman likes to have attended to.

- Interrupt as needed. Another option is to simply have the male withdraw from the female organ if he feels he is getting near the time of releasing seed and to continue servicing his partner manually or orally. Once he has "cooled off" a bit, he can then reinsert the manhood. This can happen several times during one session if need be.

- Change positions. Different positions can be more stimulating or less stimulating for a man or for a woman, so experiment and find out which one slows things down for the man and/or speeds things up for the woman.

Lasting longer for better sensual activity is a bit easier if there are no male organ health issues to worry about, so men should regularly apply a top-drawer male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Be sure that any oil selected contains L-arginine, an amino acid that helps boost nitric oxide production, thereby better enabling male organ blood vessels to accommodate increased blood flow. The oil should also include vitamin C, which is also necessary for proper blood flow, thereby better maintaining tumescence function.

A Bent Male Organ Can Impact Sensual Life

"Wow!" That’s the ideal response when a man presents his tumescent member to a partner for the first time, along with such options as "Yes!" and "Nice!" A man can be a bit hesitant about his member if it falls short of perceived standards of beauty and desirability, and that can often be the case for a man with a significantly bent male organ. Often a severely bent male organ signifies a special male organ health issue, and for many men it can have psychological ramifications and may impact their sensual life and their relationships.

Peyronie’s disease

Don’t get the wrong idea: it is not at all unusual for a tumescent manhood to have some curvature to it, listing a little to the left or right or bending slightly up or down. But with Peyronie’s disease, the bent male organ is curved so much as to create difficulties and often is accompanied by pain as well.

Named after the doctor who first described it in the medical world, Peyronie’s disease is estimated to affect approximately 9 percent of men, although the exact figure is difficult to ascertain. Most often, the bent male organ in this situation is caused by some form of trauma to the member. It may be one big trauma, such as being punched in the manhood, or it may result from repeated small traumas, such as rough handling during sensual activity.

When the trauma occurs, the manhood needs to heal. And as it does, it covers the damaged area with a thin layer of scar tissue, which is thicker and less flexible than regular male organ tissue. If the scar tissue is thick enough, it can impact the ability of the manhood to stretch and grow during the tumescence phase. When this happens, the side that is affected reaches a certain point and doesn’t grow more, causing the member to curve in that direction.

Sensual life

This can sometimes cause pain whenever the member becomes tumescent, and it can be so bent that penetrative sensual activity becomes difficult or impossible. This clearly has an impact on a man’s sensual life. In addition, there is a higher incidence of tumescence dysfunction and loss of sensual drive associated with Peyronie’s disease. There may be physical reasons for this association, but it is also likely that both of these issues come from psychological reactions to having a severely bent male organ. A man may feel so self-conscious or worried about or ashamed of his bent male organ that his psychological concerns lead to less confidence and less interest in sensual activity.

This may in turn lead to a man being less inclined to seek out sensual relationships, or it may cause him to become withdrawn or withholding in those relationships in which he is already involved. As a result, he may feel more isolated, which can exacerbate the negative feelings he is already experiencing.

Men with Peyronie’s disease should consult with a doctor to discuss possible treatment options to alleviate the problem. If the bent male organ situation is having a negative impact on their sensual life, and especially if the problem seems more psychological and emotional than purely physical, then they should consider consulting a mental health professional. This will enable a man to learn what steps he can take to better meet the emotional challenges associated with Peyronie’s disease as well as how he can better manage relationship issues.

A bent male organ can create enough issues for a man’s sensual life, so he doesn’t need any additional male organ health matters to worry about. Daily use of a superior male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) can help better maintain general male organ health. It’s ideal to select an oil with a wide range of important vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D, and E. In addition, the oil should include alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant that strengthens delicate manhood skin by fighting oxidative stress.

Self-pleasuring 101: Is It Necessary to Wash Your Hands Before and After You Self-pleasure?

Washing one’s hands seems like a big part of everyday life. We wash after going to the bathroom, after eating, after doing anything messy, and even after sneezing (or if we think someone else we shook hands with did). However, are men washing their hands before and after they self-pleasure? Maybe not, if they’re being honest. Look on any men’s forum boards on Reddit or other popular sites and you may find that men don’t see the point in doing it beforehand, and some even think "just wiping them off" on a towel or some other inanimate (one hopes) object is good enough. Well, guys, it’s not, and here’s why.

Why Wash Before Self-pleasuring?

Let’s first agree that your male organ is a special thing, yes? You want to keep it safe and happy. With that in mind, take in this next information. At any particular given time, the human hand contains, on average, 3200 bacteria, plus fecal particles. Yes, fecal particles. Okay, digest that for a minute.

So, while washing your hands isn’t considered mandatory, you may want to make it part of your pre-game. It reduces your risk of getting infections like balanitis, which is a very itchy, ugly, uncomfortable infection on the head of your member. It’s even worse if a man is uncircumcised because skin folds can trap things like dirt, bacteria, dead skin cells, and oils. This can lead to something else that’s quite unpleasant, smegma, sometimes known by the very nose-offending term, male organ-cheese.

If you want to protect your family jewels, take a minute to wash your hands before a wank. Consider it part of a respectful ritual that keeps your male organ health high and your risk of infection low.

Why Wash After Self-pleasuring?

First of all, just ewwww. Seriously, would you want to shake hands with a guy who just shook his male organ…to completion? Didn’t think so. But aside from the gross factor, let’s talk about personal and public health issues.

Wiping it on a towel doesn’t cut it. Remnants of seed, creme, and other not-so-fun things are still meandering around invisibly on your hands. These are things that can transfer to other parts of your own body. For instance, when you are self-pleasuring, you are very near your bum, and may even stimulate it or your perineum. Well, now there is microscopic fecal matter on your hand. A little while after self-pleasuring, you rub your eye. Later that night, you have pink eye. The fecal matter found its way into your eye and caused an infection. It could have been prevented had you washed your hands post-playtime.

Skipping the soap and water after jacking it can also then pass all sorts of things onto other people. In addition to doing the above to others (giving them infections via fecal matter), there are other more serious things at work here. Here’s the thing, there are 27 known viruses in your seed. They can be sensually transmitted directly into the bloodstream. Ebola, HIV, Zika, and others live in the seed, and when you don’t wash the seed away after a happy explosion, you put others at risk.

Long story short, don’t be a public nuisance, wash your hands after you stroke your salami.

The Proper Member Prep and Post-intimacy Protocol

Taking proper care of Mr. Happy isn’t complicated, especially when "taking care of Mr. Happy" (nudge-nudge, wink-wink). It’s pretty simple: before self-pleasuring, wash your hands well with an antibacterial soap. Most experts say the process should last the length of time it takes a person to sing the Happy Birthday song. Rinse your hands well and towel dry. If you do add lotion at this time, make sure it is free of any unnatural or harsh ingredients that could irritate your member. Now go ahead and get to strokin’.

And….BOOM! The magic has happened, the confetti has been thrown. Now it’s time to clean up. It’s easiest to just jump into the shower and, using warm water and a mild, all-natural cleanser, thoroughly wash the member, being mindful of every fold and wrinkle. Next, rinse well to ensure that no soap is left on the member. Once done, pat or air dry. As a final step, apply a specially formulated male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven mild and safe for skin). It not only uses shea butter and vitamin E to keep the skin soft and supple, but it also has L-carnitine, an amino acid known to prevent against peripheral nerve damage, which can sometimes result from too frequent or too intense chicken choking. It’s a critical part of a male organ health regimen that’ll keep your member strong and active into your twilight years.

Omorashi Increases Male Organ Rash Risk

It’s absolutely true that the range of sensual experiences a person may explore is wide indeed and that there are many sensual obsessions that may seem odd or unusual to many people but are fervently desired by some others. Some sensual obsessions, such as those for feet and/or shoes, are widely known, but others are less so. For example, most people are probably not familiar with omorashi, which is a sensual obsession in which a person enjoys "wetting" themselves, that is, a person enjoys urinating in their pants and/or underwear. While not passing judgment on this activity, it should be noted that for a man, it does have the potential to create a male organ health issue, such as a male organ rash.

Omorashi

The term omorashi comes from Japan, but the practice is by no means limited to that country; a quick internet search reveals that there are adherents around the world, both male and female. It belongs to the category of sensual obsessions commonly known as "watersports," which involve urine in some way.

In most instances, someone who practices omorashi is concerned with both the buildup to the release of urine and the release itself. For example, many practitioners enjoy drinking large amounts of liquids (water, coffee, soda, juice, etc) so that they obtain a very full bladder. They then attempt to refrain from releasing the urine from the bladder for as long as they can, finding a sensual thrill from the discomfort that this causes them. They also find the ultimate release of the urine itself to be sensually stimulating.

Although there can be many variations, usually a practitioner enjoys one of two kinds of omorashi: a form in which the release of urine is very markedly visible and one in which the urinator wears diapers or another form of absorbable underwear, which collects and holds the urine. For many people interested in the former kind, they often prefer the urination to be "public" in some way - either literally so, in a public place with strangers able to observe them, or in an enclosed place with a pre-selected witness or witnesses or via uploading videos of the activity to the internet. Usually those who opt for a diaper approach also wish to have it acknowledged in some way, either through confession to another person or via videos delivered online.

Male organ rash

Naturally, a male practitioner of omorashi leaves himself open to the possibility of developing a male organ rash, basically a form of the diaper rash he may have experienced as a baby. And the rash will not necessarily be limited to the member, possibly appearing on the sacks, the buttocks, and the general midsection area as well.

Diaper rash appears as a patchwork of bright red skin. It comes about because of the ammonia that occurs as urine breaks down, and also due to possible bacteria in the urine; the delicate manhood skin may also react to some other waste products present in urine. Because the urine is being kept warm and moist, especially if an actual diaper is involved, the risk of a rash developing can be increased.. As the rash develops, the skin becomes increasingly tender, and it will be more easily exacerbated by fabric rubbing against it.

Men who develop a male organ rash from omorashi should remove their wet clothing as quickly as possible and wash and dry the area thoroughly. Over-the-counter diaper rash ointments are usually sufficient to treat the rash, although if it persists, a doctor visit may be required for a stronger treatment.

Male organ rash from omorashi activities requires a man to regularly utilize a top-notch male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). To repair damaged skin, the oil needs to contain a combination of moisturizing agents, such as shea butter and vitamin E. In addition, member skin is strengthened if the oil contains a potent antioxidant like alpha lipoic acid to help limit damage from free radicals.

Protecting Male Organ Health: Can a Concussion Cause Member Dysfunction?

There’s been a lot of talk around concussions these days, especially around professional, college, and high school sports. But what about everyday guys who happen to find themselves with one? Can a hit in the noggin conk out your intimate life? As it turns out, it just might. Researchers at Harvard took a look at the connection that multiple studies had pointed out over the years and went to work to see if concussions really could affect male organ health. It turns out, they can.

What is a concussion?

A concussion is defined as a brain injury that is caused by a blow to the head or a violent shaking of the body. People can lose consciousness, but that is not required to be classified as having a concussion. Other symptoms include headache, loss of balance, memory loss, dizziness, sleepiness, confusion, lack of coordination, and excessive fatigue. There is no cure for a concussion. Only rest and the restriction of activities can allow the brain to recover.

What is member dysfunction?

Member dysfunction, also known as ED, is a male organ health condition in which a man is unable to summon a hard-on or maintain one for the duration of intimacy to completion 25 or more percent of the time. While more common in men over 40, with risk rising steadily for a man in his 60s and higher, young men can also suffer from ED. Member dysfunction is caused by a wide variety of things spanning many physical and psychological issues. Treatment is possible, and oftentimes, very successful in reversing the disease.

How are the two linked?

Researchers at Harvard Medical School conducted a new study that surveyed more than 3400 former NFL players. They were "tipped off" to a possible correlation between ED and concussions by older studies, such as those done on boxers and military men, which showed that repeated head trauma leads to hormone dysfunction, which eventually leads to member dysfunction. However, these studies were quite small, so the Harvard researchers knew they had to find a large, reliable test group to see if correlation did indeed imply causation.

The researchers did find that football players who did experience concussive symptoms after a head trauma were more likely to have low androgen or member dysfunction. They believe the trauma causes something called "post-traumative hypopituitarism" (say that fast 5 times). Basically, the pituitary gland, the major hormone controller, sits in a very vulnerable spot in the brain. When the head is hit, the blood vessels and neuronal connections around the pituitary gland get bruised and injured, so they bring less blood to the pituitary gland, which in turn, doesn’t send the signal to make androgen, and without the ’rone, there is no bone(r).

But these are former NFL players, not average everyday guys who don’t bang into other big dudes for a living. Surely this can’t affect John Q. Public down the lane.

Sorry, but yeah, it does. Studies have found that just one bad concussion, the kind that lands you in the hospital, can cause your male organ health to take a major hit. And to make matters more dire, the more concussions he has, the more likely his male organ health will worsen and the more likely his sausage will stay shrunk.

Maintain Male Organ Health With These Tips

In addition to keeping your head and body safe, there are other ways to improve and maintain optimal male organ health. Always practice safe intimacy. Eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and never miss an annual exam. Also, get plenty of sleep so you get the 3 to 4 nighttime hard-ons that promote male organ health and function. Also, keep your member clean by washing thoroughly with a mild cleanser, being sure to get all the folds and wrinkles, and rinsing well.

Don’t forget to finish off this good grooming regimen with a specially formulated male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). Choose an oil that includes a variety of vitamins and nutrients that promote male organ health and ingredients like L-arginine and vitamin C to boost blood flow for strong hard-ons, and who doesn’t want those?

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